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Unless the stag is 16 and you’ve had all the same mates since playschool, deciding who to invite on a stag do is a veritable minefield of awkwardness and offence-causing.

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Scott wrote to me asking why there aren't any slang words for airplanes, clouds, the sky, airports, etc. Then thought some more and realized that he's right... Theyre all gone now and I cant find any reference on-line to what this means. Maggie asks: My father-in-law used to sing a cockney song about ''Them old red flannel drawers that Maggie wore'' Does anybody know this? She threw 'em on the mat and they paralyzed the cat Them old red flannel drawers that Maggie wore.

But, if you’ve never done it before, how can you be expected to know what it takes to organise a good stag do?

There’s loads to think about: who to invite, who to ditch (and how to ditch them), how much to spend, whether to go abroad or stay in blighty, what activities (if any) to do, what fancy dress you can force the stag to wear and, crucially, all the vagaries involved in deciding whether or not to book a stripper.

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