Company Christmas Party DO’S & DO NOT’S

Better late than never, right?

DO:

  1. Wear a super revealing dress. You know, leave nothing to the imagination.
  2. Bring your dog (at least dress him in a nice sweater.)
  3. Bring like seven people. Show up and yell “SQUAD” as loud as possible.
  4. Definitely get hammered.
  5. Get your dog hammered.
  6. Tell everybody how much you love the ‘Lardassians.’
  7. Scream “I WON!” after every drawing… even though you definitely didn’t.
  8. Flirt with your boss, always turns out well the following Monday.
  9. Eat ALL THE FOOD. All of it. Ask your boss for tupperware for the rest.
  10. Trash talk your boss after flirting to your co-workers.
  11. Post all your co-workers every move on social media
  12. Make it into a karaoke party. You got this, girl.
  13. Dance like nobody is watching. Seriously.
DO NOT:
  1. Regret anything
  2. Or take my advice, ever.
And for your viewing pleasure, I have added photos of my recent company holiday party. And yes, I dressed my dog in a nice holiday sweater.
Dress: @missguided
Belt: @missguided
Shoes: @valentino
Watch: @michaelkors
Photography: @chelseapatriciaphoto
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Dress @Missguided | Starring Nugget’s Ass.
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Dress @Missguided | Belt @ Missguided | Shoes @Valentino
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Shoes @Valentino
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Shoes @Valentino
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Getting Ready
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Pregame @Moet #vintage
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Pregame @Moet #vintage

How to deal with cuffin’ season being single.

Be naughty, save Santa the trip. 


 

Cuffin’ Season: The season almost every human being on the planet ‘cuffs’ themselves to a significant other for the holidays.. blah, blah.

You know the second you walk into Thanksgiving or Christmas you are going to have to endure an invasion of questions about babies, significant others and why you insist on living at home alone with your cat. I have a few tips. If you’re single during the holiday season and sick of seeing people getting engaged on social media, getting married and having babies:

Step One: Crawl under the covers

Step Two: Stay there

Just kidding. But in all reality, my defense mechanism is to divert the conversation to bunnies, or unicorns.

If you are like me, you can also do my go-to. Stuff a large amount of food in your mouth and just nod at them until they go away. I also will point out the fact that I already have a child, even though he is ten years old, 12 pounds and covered in fur who are you to judge? It totally counts.

Good Vibes Only,

XO Brandi