It’s the weekend, so we all know what that means–8pm bedtime, or bust.
Just kidding. Consult the following playlist to help you go HAM. Then return home and drunkenly wolf down all the cold cuts:
1. Lemme Smang It – Yung Humma ft. Flynt Flossy
The magic that is Flynt Flossy and Turquoise Jeep Records is more than enough to get a night started on the right foot.
2. Drunken Lullabies – Flogging Molly
Steer ’em in the proper direction. Watch Irish people go nuts. Watch non-Irish people wish they were Irish for a solid four minutes and ten seconds.
3. Every Other Time – LFO
There’s going to be some sort of cutoff–give it 3-4 more years–where the kids coming up aren’t gonna know who or what LFO is. Let’s milk it while we can.
4. Do The John Wall – Troop 41
The frat stars go nuts for this one. Which, at the very least, is a phenomenally entertaining occurance to watch.
5. CAT DADDY – REJ3CTZ
The Cat Daddy is basically the Dougie’s little brother. It also has multiple Spongebob references. What more can you want?
6. See You Again – Miley Cyrus
Wonder what best friend Leslie is up to these days.
7. Knockout – Lil Wayne ft. Nicki Minaj
Lil Wayne’s foray into rock–and basically everything he’s done since 2007–has been much “worse’ than what he was doing back in 2007. But if the goal is to get all sloppy slop, this is the level you should be aspiring to.
8. Fat Lip – Sum 41
A legacy for playlists such as this one.
9. Bromance – Avicii
Throwing in some “classic EDM” is never a bad idea. Also, the video here is pristine.
10. Finally Found You – Enrique Iglesias ft. Sammy Adams
No doubt a cheesy song. But it’s uplifting, in the sense that if you’re in one of those loud dancefloory places, this is one of those songs that weirdly has the power to make the magic happen. And then you’ll love it forever.
11. NATURALLY – SELENA GOMEZ & THE SCENE
1. Watch a macho dude get drunk. 2. Turn on this song. 3. Record the euphoria. 4. Upload to youtube. 5. Smile when you see him on The Today Show.
12. Afternoon Delight – Starland Vocal Band
Wait for the chorus. Pause. Watch everyone raise their glasses to the lyrics. Half will just be pretending to know the words. But regardless, you’ll have the urge to write a movie about it.