Bags game for tailgating, not too terribly hard to make.
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Originally Posted by Londo
If neither Texas and Oklahoma finish in the top 2 and we finish 7th or higher (all in the BXII of course) , I will legitimately cover myself in feathers, tape myself doing the chicken dance for no less than 3 minutes in the Iowa snow, and post the video to CF in a new thread on Dec. 14th. Book it. Quote me. Do whatever you need to do
I've received liquor, flasks, money clips, etc... and all are good. I gave all my groomsmen hooded sweatshirts from their favorite college teams but the best I've seen so far is when the groom picks up the bill for their tuxes and/or hotel rooms. This is something that is out of the ordinary, helps them save money and is something that they will not lose or just throw into a drawer and forget.
Last year I was in an old roommate's wedding, and he got personal gifts for each person, based on something he knew about them. He got me a hat rack and a game called "Rules of the Game," since I'm the resident go-to sports guy from our apartment. One guy was a big Man. U. fan, so he got a Cristiano Ronaldo black soccer kit. Another guy ALWAYS lost his keys in our apartment, so he got a remote key finder that buzzed or beeped from where your keys were at. And there were a couple more groomsmen, but those are the gifts that stand out to me. Very cool, and I'll definitely remember it!
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