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How to Throw a Successful Party How many people here have been to a party that really really sucked The music sucked the drinks sucked and it was jus plain boring We are here today to tell you how to throw a successful party and avoid being the host of a boring unsuccessful party There are several factors that play into throwing a successful party such as music alcohol and several other dos and donts To throw a successful party there has to be good music Dance music is a must at any party because after everybody has a few drinks everybody likes to hit the dance floor and have a good time We conducted a survey of 100 Whitewater college students to find out what kind of dance music they preferred and parties We found that the most popular bands were Outcast DMX Nelly and Ja Rule we also found that dance music such as Brittany Spears Backstreet Boys and NYNC among the least popular We found there are many other bands that were also popular that are not considered dance music such as Dave Matthews Phish God Smack Bob Dylan Pearl Jam and Pink Floyd Im sure everybody here has been to a party where you couldnt hear the music A great system is a definite must with lots of speakers so the music can be heard loud and clear We also found that a party can be more successful if you give everybody what they want you can do so by taking requests for the music they like Good music is a must at every party as is having a large variety of different alcoholic beverages Alcohol is very important in throwing a successful party because the drunker you get the more fun you have We took a survey of 100 Whitewater college students and found that the most popular kinds of beer that they prefer at parties are Bud
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