I always find myself in the situation that, after a long night of fun and good cheer with the squad, I just want to keep going. Unfortunately, when you have a bad-ass squad of seven fine, young ladies, not all want to stay out as long as you want to.
Then, like mass hysteria, suddenly everyone wants to go home.
If you often (or ever) find yourself in this predicament, then listen up: let me take you on a journey through the night.
The night is young and you all are feeling fresh and fine. You are ready for a night of fun with your squad and nothing is going to get in your way.
2. Squad UP
When squad rolls up, you know everyone is looking in envy. Who wouldn't want a squad like that? Feeling badass is just part of it.
3. Groovy Baby
Now you're really feeling yourself, and to hell with all the judgmental people, you are going to dance like nobody's business.
4. Get in formation
Now it's not just you getting jiggy wid it. The whole squad is in sync and everyone is having a damn good time together. It feels like the night is never going to end... and you sure as hell don't want it to.
5. The beginning of the end
Someone danced too hard, stopped drinking, or is being a Grade A loser (yeah, sorry not sorry, I'm harsh when it comes to this). They decide that it's OK to round up the troops and take the whole squad out of play. But, NO. I DON'T WANNA.
Normally when it comes to this point in the night, you either go home with the squad, or something weird happens. It's always a "fine, I'll leave" moment accompanied by annoyance and eye rolls until you get back to food. Oh hey, but wait a second...using the OurPlan app, you can forget your worries and keep getting jiggy wid it.
Kiss your squad goodnight and let them get their beauty sleep because your OurPlan app will let you can create an activity, control who comes, select a time, connect and chat through the app, and have a damn good time.
Sounds like a new party squad in the making (but keep the old, one is silver and the other's gold).
Raise a glass, because cheers to that. Party on, my friends.