You're going to your husband's high school reunion next weekend. And you don't know anybody who is going to be there. But you do know that the girl he lost his virginity to will be. As well as a handful of ex-girlfriends. Not to mention maybe one or two girls, probably cheerleaders, that he pined over who wouldn't give him the time of day. And a few of those bullies who were on the football team.
But even if your husband had been voted the most popular guy in school, you want to make the right impression. And make sure your husband knows that he's the BMOYC (Big Man on Your Campus). Everyone needs a little ego stroking once in a while.
And at the same time, you want to make sure that you have a little fun, too.
So here are a few tips on how to guarantee that the reunion is a success, for you and especially for your husband:
Pamela Anderson Is Not Invited
- What to wear? Not that blouse that buttons up to your chin. You want to dress, well, not slutty, but sexy. Enough to show off your assets and still be classy. Think Sofia Vergara or Halle Berry.
- Accessorize but don't be showy. Giant crystal-encrusted hoop earrings may be a little much.
Sexy Is As Sexy Does
- Make a grand entrance and hope that there is a long set of stairs for you to walk down. Slowly. You'll probably be wearing high heels and you don't want to fall. Plus it'll give the others a chance to check out the hot mama your husband married.
- Take your husband out on the dance floor for a little provocative dirty dancing. Grind up against him and, hey, if he gets a woody, all the better.
- While you're talking to some of the old girlfriends, pause the conversation from time to time to give your husband an open mouthed kiss. Nothing wrong with being a little territorial.
- "He's a much better lover since I met him. I taught him everything he knows. Guess he didn't learn that in high school."
- "Oh yeah, he's mentioned you before. Didn't you used to have a moustache?"
- "Gosh, it's amazing how much you still look like your senior picture. And I thought feathered hair went out a few years ago. But you wear it so well."
- "Oh, I'm sorry. I thought you were one of his teachers from back then. I didn't realize you were the same age. I guess men really do age better than women."
- "So glad he was with you before me so he could really appreciate what a real woman is like."
What tips do you have for attending a reunion?
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