Americans Are Partying Again.

Avoid These Party Fouls to Snag an Invite!

What pandemic, seems to be the refrain from many younger folks in the latter half of our second year of dealing with COVID-19.

Despite cases and deaths still continuing, albeit it at more muted rates, many people want to play Prince Prospero, discard the masks and gather crowds to party in their homes.

For those party throwers, guest quality can make or break the bash. No one wants to break up fights or deal with belligerent drunks when trying to relax and have a good time.

Here's how to be the life of the party, while avoiding the most significant social faux pas.

You may be surprised to learn that a full third of all party guests snoop through something they shouldn’t. Guests rummage through hosts’ medicine cabinets and bedrooms uninvited, causing even the most trusting friends to raise eyebrows.

Don’t Snoop

While at a party, mind your own business and keep your nose out of places that don’t concern you.

Every little bit counts. Even cleaning up a simple spill and throwing your plates and glasses away can significantly impact the host. To be an even better guest, ask how you can help.

Clean Up After Yourself

Planning a party is time-consuming and expensive, and many hosts prepare for a specific number of guests. Adding just one more to the mix can throw off the entire event.

Don’t Bring Uninvited Guests

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