How To Bring A Party Back To Life, According To Adults


I was at a party like this in high school. My friend’s cousin was turning 8 years old and my friend’s family hosted a huge party with the whole neighborhood, bounce house, balloon animals, and face painting — the whole nine yards. 

Once the kids were gone, all of the remaining adults took off their shoes and ran into the bounce house. It was really weird, and hilarious, watching all of the adults twice our age turn into kids and have a blast. Also, adults acting like kids are a lot more likely to offer beer to underage people from my experience. I didn’t even drink alcohol at the time, and I still had half a dozen beers handed to me by people who I previously only thought of as so-and-so’s mom or dad.'”