After guests at a gender reveal party released a confetti cannon in the parking lot of an Ohio Applebee’s, management asked them to clean up their mess.
The next time you’re thinking of having a gender reveal party, maybe just do it by … revealing the gender.
If you’re thinking of having a gender reveal party, perhaps consider balloons instead of lethal explosives? 5.
Fireworks are once again to blame for the chaos at gender reveal party in Philadelphia in July.
Just minor burns with this gender reveal party, folks! 7.
I’m just not sure why folks can’t have a gender reveal party without exposing themselves to a deadly animal. 4.
Please, do not attempt a gender reveal party without taking the proper safety precautions. Or maybe just … don’t do one at all.
The past two years have brought us multiple stories of people whose gender reveal parties have gone horribly wrong.
The color of the fireworks was meant to reveal the gender of his baby, but instead they sparked a massive wildfire.
Earlier this year, Louisiana resident Mike Kliebert gave an alligator a melon full of blue Jell-o, which the alligator proceeded to chomp on, revealing Kliebert’s child to be a boy. It was a strong visual.
The 7 most dangerous gender reveal parties https://t.co/RUHUeSNNSQ— Mashable (@mashable) September 7, 2020
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