How to leave a party.

Elle (Canada) - - Radar -

1. “Ac­ci­den­tally” call an Uber and then dash out be­cause it would be rude to leave your driver wait­ing in the cold. 2. Think up a code word (not rec­om­mended: “may­day,” “op­er­a­tion ghost” or “let’s bail”) for you and the per­son you came with to use when you need to leave ASAP. 3. Bring a re­ally ex­pen­sive bot­tle of wine, make a big spec­ta­cle of open­ing it, vol­un­teer to get a corkscrew from the kitchen... and then dis­ap­pear out the back door. ...and how to get peo­ple to leave your party.

1. Slowly re­move fur­ni­ture from the room; as the night wears on, the foot­sore, the weary and the punch over-in­dul­gers will have nowhere to go but home.

2. Tell ev­ery­one Drake lives in your build­ing and his an­nual open house on the roof starts in 5. You’ll be right be­hind them... not.

3. Start play­ing your wed­ding video on the big screen.

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