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    Hello everyone,
    Would you please tell me the meaning of ( Hen party )?

    Thanks in advance,

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    Question Re: Hen party

    Quote Originally Posted by zoobinshid
    Hello everyone,
    Would you please tell me the meaning of ( Hen party )?

    Thanks in advance,
    hi ;
    i'm not too sure but i think "hen party" means : a party which is devoted only for women!!

    All the best

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    Re: Hen party

    hen party
    A hen party (or bachelorette party) is a party for women only, often held for a woman who is about to be married. It may be held at a venue such as a male strip club. If held at home, it may be an occasion to compare products like lingerie or women's sex toys or to play games like "Truth or Dare", "Pass the Balloon", or a risqué version of "Consequences".

    Some companies sell "party packs" for hen parties including products like "L-plates", fur-lined handcuffs, "willy whistles" and adult toys.

    http://www.answers.com/hen%20party

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    Question Re: Hen party

    Quote Originally Posted by ARCHIE
    hen party
    A hen party (or bachelorette party) is a party for women only, often held for a woman who is about to be married. It may be held at a venue such as a male strip club. If held at home, it may be an occasion to compare products like lingerie or women's sex toys or to play games like "Truth or Dare", "Pass the Balloon", or a risqué version of "Consequences".

    Some companies sell "party packs" for hen parties including products like "L-plates", fur-lined handcuffs, "willy whistles" and adult toys.

    http://www.answers.com/hen%20party
    yes: i know that you get this information from this site:http://www.answers.com/hen%20party
    but i think for single women we use the term "spinster" not bachelor am i right?

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    Re: Hen party

    if you are 30 something?

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    Question Re: Hen party

    Quote Originally Posted by ARCHIE
    if you are 30 something?
    what do ya mean?

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    Re: Hen party

    I think with spinster you refer to someone who's older than 30 years old.

    It depends on the country. I guess In Finland you can call a 25 year-old-lady a spinster. It's considered to be slightly derogatory term here.

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