That’s the question I asked myself two weeks ago when I threw a little jammer at Black Bear in Hoboken, NJ. By party time over 85% still hadn’t confirmed or denied their Facebook invite, which is annoying as sh*t when dealing with bar management who ask every five minutes what kind of numbers you expect. Are my friends total douchebags or is the system to blame?
There are three solutions to this problem:
#1 Mark Zuckerberg should start reworking his Facebook invite system – not gonna happen.
#2 We should all be curious and confirm/deny all invites – also not gonna happen.
#3 We should all switch to Manvite.com when it’s party time.
I vote for #3, and here’s why: Manvite allows you to send email invitations for various types of “man style” events like beer drinking, a night of lap dances, watching football, weekend Vegas trips, golf, Bachelor parties, wing eating, paintball and many more.
Manvite.com is an effective way to break out of using “Facebook Invites,” and for that reason alone it’s worth taking a look at. Even if you don’t decide to use the system, the seemingly-endless list of generic man events will make you proud to be brawny.