Here's a question: do you get a freebie on your bachelorette weekend? A new commercial from those crazy cats at Las Vegas Convention and VIsitors Authority suggests you might. At least, I think it does. The ambiguous ad follows a group of women at an apparent hen party, trading off wearing a veil in an attempt to get, well, laid. Who is really cheating on their future husband? Maybe none of them. Probably one of them. [Update: Commenters picked up on what I missed from this commercial. They're trying to get hotel freebies. But maybe sex too? I'm confused. You be the judge.]
Culturally, it's far less taboo for men to cheat at their own bachelor party. Whether they do it, requires a case by case assessment. But if '80s movies, and urban legends passed along by guy friends looking all shocked and innocent so as not to incriminate themselves, holds any truth-it happens a lot.
For the ladies' last hurrah, however, nobody ever seems to worried. Maybe she'll put a 20 in a Chippendale dancer's thong and or hit on someone before being carried home by her best friends. That's the assumption, but perhaps we've been underestimated. Maybe women do cheat on their big night out, they just don't talk about. Guys like to brag about sex, while women are more likely to be scrutinized for the same actions. What if a secret slice of the female population has been quietly giving themselves a freebie on their big day? If that's the case, is it such a bad thing?
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