I’m not sure what this surprise thing is all about, but I’m jumping on the bandwagon! 

Being surprised is the best, surprising others is the worst…but kind of the best! 

I’ve thrown a couple of successful surprise parties and it is one of the most stressful things ever! 

How to throw a successful surprise party:

1. Act unaware of the upcoming birthday, event or holiday

2. Sneak around with other friends and family

3. Act like the person being surprised does not exist

4. Lie 

5. Blow off the person

And 6. Surprise the person and make their day!

Throwing these parties are tough. The guilt of seeming like a bad friend builds to the point that you want to tell the secret…but you must hold strong. 

If successfully executed, surprises really are, the best!


3 thoughts on “Surprise? 

  1. Surprises are great for not only the person being surprised, but more importantly the person throwing the surprise party. You almost get a feeling of accomplishment for pulling it off. It is not an easy task, but very rewarding!

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