IPL seasons bring in the glamour, entertainment, cricket and a reason to party! After giving their all on the pitches, the cricketers shake the game off at the Signature After Match Parties. And as do the lucky few people who get invited to these parties!
Where there is an abundance of booze and babes, how do you enjoy responsibly at a Signature After Match Party? Let this post give you reasons on why you should opt on being sober -
1. To Chat with your Favourite Cricketer
You need to be sober for one major reason – you want to be able to chill with your favourite cricketer! You don’t want to get drunk and have no memory of having spoken to AB de Villers about his interesting life or having done the Gangnam with Virat and Gayle, right?
2. To Start a Conversation with a Hottie
I can tell this with first-hand experience. There’s babe drought in the rest of the country because all the hotties are busy attending Signature After Match Parties. Stay sober because you don’t want to fumble when you’re going to score their numbers.
3. For the White Mischief Girls
The White Mischief Girls have milky skin, eyes the colour of honey, gray stone and some have deep blue set too. Their hair is luscious and they smile like angels.
How do I know? I was sober.
4. Style Tips straight from the Designers
These people whose designs make it to the runways of Paris, Milan and New York, will mingle with you, one without beer breath, and will give you style tips in passing conversation. People pay thousands of rupees to these Gods of Fashion and they will give it to you for free.
And you will remember them, you know why? Because you were sober.
5. Finger Food!
Maybe the organizers know that you’re going to be sober because while you miss out on the booze, the food will make up for it! Platters of Finger food that are served seems to have been prepared in the Kitchens of Heaven. Be kind to the waiter and he’ll keep making rounds wherever you are.
I bow to IPL for having such amazing Signature After Match Parties! One must party hard but remember to Live Responsibly! Have you attended one? Share your experience with us!