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I wanted to write about how one would throw a rager party I can honestly say that I have not ever thrown one or been to one Partying is not my thing I can however explain how one could set one up Its pretty simple but if you dont do it right you could run out of drinks food songs to play and games that could be thrown in thereFirst one would start out by calling up everybody and tell them to call up anybody and everybody The amount people are important to a successful party as well as location One should preferably have it at anthers house like a friends or a grandparents The grandparents house is a good place because it would be easier to explain to them rather that parents that arent as oblivious When you call your friends to call others make sure that they bring a limit of 4 people Before arrival one should make sure that there are enough snacks to accommodate a possible large crowd One should provide pizzas dozens of bottles of soda and collections of fast paced dance music One should make sure that no alcoholic drinks should be involved You wouldnt want the cops to be called especially because all of the people I know at least majority will be underage and that will get a party to a premature end and that is not the goal One should also make sure that he should keep the snacks and food is replenished because angry guests are an unwanted presence When making a list of songs to play make sure the songs are loud and base dropping ear popping fast Lame music could make or break a house party and remember how that isnt a goal The remixed version of famous songs can get people moving Hip-hop Alternative Rock and maybe some trance One does not need a professional DJ Just plug in an mp3
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