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hen night

A social gathering for women, especially a bachelorette party. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. The girls at work planned a hen night for Sarah since she is due to get married soon.
See also: hen, night
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And you don't want to bump into them - especially if they are on a stag do or a hen night.
The girls are heading on a hen night that you won't forget with a smash hit retro soundtrack featuring songs from the 60s through to the modern age.
Tom posing with fans BRIDE-TO-BE Laura Morris had a hen night to remember when she bumped into a Hollywood A-lister.
Instead of happily organising a hen night, they spent all day doing something so gruesome that to cope, they actually made a joke of it, calling themselves The Blood Buds.
She's given Huddersfield a big thumbs up as the new in place for a hen night by spending it ...
This has been largely due to poverty/distance of venue and lack of transport, rather than lack of commitment to my friends - I'm quite happy to put myself out and go and meet them in some far flung corner of the UK (or even Europe), just not for a hen night. This year I will be doubling that figure - the first hen night of the year is this weekend.
Women are more likely to have a final fling on a hen night than their male 'stag' counterparts, according to a survey by a drinks firm.
REMIND me that when I get married, I don't want a hen night.
A Hen Night HQ spokesman said: "Hen parties are becoming a lot simpler and a lot cheaper - but they remain just as outrageous as ever."
A WOMAN given a curfew after being accused of assaulting a man with a bottle will be allowed to stay out late for a hen night.
Spending the evening in a bar/ restaurant proved to be the most popular choice for a Hen Night and most stated that they would like it if the celebrations could be concentrated in just one place - we think Brannigans is that place!
The stars were taken aback when they were mobbed by the girls enjoying a hen night at Dublin's Burlington Hotel.
Hazel, 26, said: "I wanted a hen night to remember but in the end I have a very expensive disaster in Dublin as a memory."
I'm going to a hen night soon, which will - I hope - be as hair- raising as the one I went to a few years ago.