Party Hatters You're Sure To Encounter On A New Year's Eve

Most of us have our New Year plans in place by now, and we’re all (hopefully) looking forward to it. No matter what your plans are, or where you plan to bring in the New Year, it’s likely there’ll be a few species of party-goers that are common and unique at the same time across the board. Let’s take a look at this little list and understand how to recognize these extraordinary party animals and how to get with them, or get away from them.


Christmas in July

The early bird special. Quick Draw McGraw. Eats his cake before dinner. Has a few too many, too quickly and come midnight he’s way past gone, and probably won’t even remember bringing in the New Year. How’s that for starting the year with a good old-fashioned dose of regret?


Mr. Vuvuzela (and other assorted noisemakers)

Uses the New Year celebration as the only excuse to use his assorted toys that he’s collected over the years. It’s great around midnight, but gets exponentially annoying as the New Year gets older.


Dance Dance Revolution

This one cannot help but dance, and that’s usually a good thing, but why take it upon yourself to try and get EVERYONE to join you on the dance floor?


Touchy McFeely

Apparently this guy’s just at the party as an excuse to get closer to all the gorgeous women around. Again, it’s somewhat acceptable around midnight, but the over-the-top, inappropriate “New Year” hugs and kisses reek of desperation when it’s closer to dawn.


Pop-up Toaster

No, not the kitchen appliance. The one who jumps up with incessant toasts throughout the party. A few for the old year, and a whole lot for the new, while we all appreciate the sentiment, it would be great if he stuck to just a couple!

The False Alarm

His modus operandi is starting fake countdowns from around 11 pm, just for kicks. Does not know what to do with himself once the real countdown happens.


 

The Party-hopper

Has a hundred invites to parties all over town. Now you see her, now you don’t. Aaand now she’s back. Or not.  

The Loner

Doesn’t know anyone at the party. And from his attitude, it seems like he intends to keep it that way.

Each one of us have a unique way to celebrate. This list is by no means complete, so if you think we’ve missed out on any of common species, leave us a note. And, this New Year’s Eve, take note of the species you spot at the party you’re at. And as always, with a peg of Signature, enjoy yourself and welcome 2015 in a grand way!

Article By: Viren Fernandes

Viren writes for food, beer and his own amusement. His interests include reading, travelling and envisioning himself as the director (and the audience) of a comedy based on everything he sees.

Image Credit: tumblr.com, giphy.com

LiveInStyle.com encourages you to Party Responsibly!

Party Hatters You're Sure To Encounter On A New Year's Eve

Viren Fernandes

Most of us have our New Year plans in place by now, and we’re all (hopefully) looking forward to it. No matter what your plans are, or where you plan to bring in the New Year, it’s likely there’ll be a few species of party-goers that are common and unique at the same time across the board. Let’s take a look at this little list and understand how to recognize these extraordinary party animals and how to get with them, or get away from them.


Christmas in July

The early bird special. Quick Draw McGraw. Eats his cake before dinner. Has a few too many, too quickly and come midnight he’s way past gone, and probably won’t even remember bringing in the New Year. How’s that for starting the year with a good old-fashioned dose of regret?


Mr. Vuvuzela (and other assorted noisemakers)

Uses the New Year celebration as the only excuse to use his assorted toys that he’s collected over the years. It’s great around midnight, but gets exponentially annoying as the New Year gets older.


Dance Dance Revolution

This one cannot help but dance, and that’s usually a good thing, but why take it upon yourself to try and get EVERYONE to join you on the dance floor?


Touchy McFeely

Apparently this guy’s just at the party as an excuse to get closer to all the gorgeous women around. Again, it’s somewhat acceptable around midnight, but the over-the-top, inappropriate “New Year” hugs and kisses reek of desperation when it’s closer to dawn.


Pop-up Toaster

No, not the kitchen appliance. The one who jumps up with incessant toasts throughout the party. A few for the old year, and a whole lot for the new, while we all appreciate the sentiment, it would be great if he stuck to just a couple!

The False Alarm

His modus operandi is starting fake countdowns from around 11 pm, just for kicks. Does not know what to do with himself once the real countdown happens.


 

The Party-hopper

Has a hundred invites to parties all over town. Now you see her, now you don’t. Aaand now she’s back. Or not.  

The Loner

Doesn’t know anyone at the party. And from his attitude, it seems like he intends to keep it that way.

Each one of us have a unique way to celebrate. This list is by no means complete, so if you think we’ve missed out on any of common species, leave us a note. And, this New Year’s Eve, take note of the species you spot at the party you’re at. And as always, with a peg of Signature, enjoy yourself and welcome 2015 in a grand way!

Article By: Viren Fernandes

Viren writes for food, beer and his own amusement. His interests include reading, travelling and envisioning himself as the director (and the audience) of a comedy based on everything he sees.

Image Credit: tumblr.com, giphy.com

LiveInStyle.com encourages you to Party Responsibly!

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