Surely, someone you know can be referred to on occasion as a â€œparty animal.â€ For humans, it means youâ€™re someone who knows how to have a good time, and can always be relied on to provide that good time. But one size does not fit all when it comes to party animals. Here are the 9 kinds of guests youâ€™ll have at your next party:
These guests are the closest thing to a co-host you can have. Theyâ€™ll avert any crisis, bring the best food and even stay late to help you clean up.
Youâ€™ll recognize a cheetah because theyâ€™ll be the first one there and spend the whole time partying hard.
The aye-aye is that guest you canâ€™t seem to get rid of. Theyâ€™re energetic and will be the last one to leave.
A skunk means well, but always ends up being an accident party pooper. Theyâ€™ll be the one bringing the less-than-yummy food or boring music.
You know how opossums play dead when they feel threatened? Your opossum guest will play dead when theyâ€™re bored. They didnâ€™t want to come in the first place, so donâ€™t expect them to join in on any of the festivities.
The sloth is the one who is perpetually running late, and after telling you again and again that theyâ€™re about to leave, they still never show up.
A snow monkey is red in the face, and so is your snow monkey guest when he or she is hungry. Get that guest some food, stat, or it could be a long night.
The penguin is the one who will show up dressed to the nines, even when you explain to them many times prior that itâ€™s a casual affair.
Chip bowl emptying out faster than you expected? Blame it on the chipmunk.