When a man invited his friends to a boy’s night, he sent permission slips to their wives.
For some women, the thought of their spouses going on a boy’s night is a recipe for disaster. When men get together, they can have a little too much fun hyping each other up. TikToker @talgonza‘s boyfriend is an exception, however. He wanted his night out to go smoothly and took the necessary precautions. She shared a text message exchange between her boyfriend and a group chat with his friends.
“What’s up guys, trying to plan a trip to an Alejandro Fernandez concert,” he said in a message that included the concert info. “Trying to see who would be down.”
He then shared a link with the group chat that included the form “Application for Night Out with the Boys — Fill Out and Use.” It was for men to ask their partners for “permission for a leave of absence from the highest authority in my life.”
The form states the man in question will only visit a set list of locations and that he “will not turn off my mobile after two pints, nor shall I consume above the allowed volume of alcohol without first phoning for a taxi AND calling you for a verbal waiver of said alcohol allowance.”
The application also required the men only to speak to permitted “females” and to remain at least 100 feet away from a “stripper or exotic dancer.” Should the man break the “stripper clause” there would be “grounds for immediate termination of the relationship.”
Finally, the permission slip stated, “Upon my return home, I promise not to urinate anywhere other than in the toilet. In addition, I will refrain from waking you up, breathing my vile breath in your face, and attempting to breed like a (drunken) rabbit.”
“It took him 45 minutes to send this text and I just had to check why LOL,” she said in the comment section. Adding in the caption that she “signed the permission slip.”
People thought her husband’s message was hilarious.
“Did he come like this or did you have to train him?” someone joked.
“LMAO. At least he is organized,” another wrote.
“The stripper clause — looking out for his homies,” a person added.
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