Bachelor party

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It was a full on Atlantic City bachelor party weekend — driving down following a tailgating and Philadelphia Union match in the pouring rain and following through to a Sunday drive in traffic home.

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We tailgated, danced, clubbed, swam, played beach soccer, drank in the sand, played Reinhardt Quizzo, ate sushi, drank, clubbed and plenty more.

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His brother and brother-in-law bought him a friend we forced him to carry around town.

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Following some wild times in an adult club, his brother had some drawing on his back, which managed to transfer to the hotel sheets.

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In summer 2000 on a high school soccer field, I started a friendship with Brian Reinhardt. On Friday, 13 years later in the pouring rain with a dozen other friends, he and I watched a Philadelphia Union soccer match ahead of his impending marriage to a wonderful woman next month. It was a blast. Congrats buddy.

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As bachelor parties are always, it was expensive, clocking in at about $450 ($46 soccer ticket, $150 for two nights in shared hotel room, $50 toward a couple dances for the bachelor, $20 for a t-shirt, $26 in club beers for others, $20 for two night of club expenses plus $45 in two nights of three covers, $10 for beer for the soccer match, $16 for a cigar and to cover for the rest, $35 toward sushi dinner and to cover the rest of the bill, $16 for breakfast, $12 in tolls, $20 in other drinks for me and Brian)


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