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25th Apr '16 12:51:58 PM MsChibi
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* In particularly dark works, someone might be {{Date Rape}}d, often (though not always) under the influence of [[ButLiquorIsQuicker alcohol]] and/or [[SlippingAMickey date-rape drugs]]. Bonus points if the victim is a virgin who never ''normally'' parties much (or at all).


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* In particularly dark works, someone might be {{Date Rape}}d, often (though not always) under the influence of [[ButLiquorIsQuicker alcohol]] and/or [[SlippingAMickey date-rape drugs]]. Bonus points if the victim is a virgin who never ''normally'' parties much (or at all).all)...or (conversely) a HardDrinkingPartyGirl [[RapePortrayedAsRedemption in a setting where that's frowned upon]].
* Characters may use [[DrugsAreBad drugs]]. This could be marijuana, LSD, cocaine, MDMA, or one of the new "designer" drugs, depending on where and when the story takes place. If the work is ''really'' dark, something bad happens (an overdose, the drug is contaminated, the above-mentioned DateRape, etc.)
* Pictures or videos make their way onto the Internet, and cause lots of problems for the subjects.





See also YouthIsWastedOnTheDumb (which may occur at this), APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy, and WhatDidIDoLastNight. Take note that it doesn't necessarily have to deal with teenagers, but they are the most common occurrences of the trope. The subject of a WalkOnTheWildSideEpisode will sometimes throw one of these.

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See also YouthIsWastedOnTheDumb (which may occur at this), TeensAreMonsters, APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy, and WhatDidIDoLastNight. Take note that it doesn't necessarily have to deal with teenagers, but they are the most common occurrences of the trope. The subject of a WalkOnTheWildSideEpisode will sometimes throw one of these.
25th Apr '16 12:45:23 PM MsChibi
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* "Aaron's Party" by ''Music/AaronCarter''
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* It devolves into APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy.
* In particularly dark works, someone might be {{Date Rape}}d, often (though not always) under the influence of [[ButLiquorIsQuicker alcohol]] and/or [[SlippingAMickey date-rape drugs]]. Bonus points if the victim is a virgin who never ''normally'' parties much (or at all).
9th Apr '16 10:32:57 PM Pichu-kun
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* In the ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' Episode "Drake and Josh Inn", Drake and Josh turn their house into an inn while their parents are away during spring break. It eventually spirals into a wild party that gets onto MTV. Their parents decide to come home early, but the partiers are scared off before they arrive. However, minutes later the parents get in trouble with the police for hosting a TV event without a license.

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* In the ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' Episode episode "Drake and Josh Inn", Drake and Josh turn their house into an inn while their parents are away during spring break. It eventually spirals into a wild party that gets onto MTV. Their parents decide to come home early, but the partiers are scared off before they arrive. However, minutes later the parents get in trouble with the police for hosting a TV event without a license.



* Even ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' had a Wild Teen Party though she was in college when she threw it. She threw a Halloween party to try and get her friends into the spirit of the holiday, and used real ghouls. More ghouls showed up and trashed the party and Roxie started a thing with Frankenstein. Naturally her aunts got home. Sabrina threw another Halloween party earlier in the second season but her aunts were home and she was busy trying to cover up the magical termites and the talking furniture.

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* Even ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' had a Wild Teen Party Party, though she was in college when she threw it. She threw a Halloween party to try and get her friends into the spirit of the holiday, and used real ghouls. More ghouls showed up and trashed the party and Roxie started a thing with Frankenstein. Naturally her aunts got home. Sabrina threw another Halloween party earlier in the second season but her aunts were home and she was busy trying to cover up the magical termites and the talking furniture.



* ''Literature/TheBerenstainBears'' TV series finds an ingenious solution to the fact that nobody in their right mind is going to leave a bunch of grade-school kids alone to begin with: the party takes place on a night when Lizzy Bruin has a baby-sitter. Who was told she was supervising a cute little sleepover and grows increasingly flustered as half the school shows up, leading to the 'trashed house' version. Interesting also in that the {{Aesop}} here applies to the parents as much as the kids -- the former shouldn't have just taken the latter's word for it that the Bruins were OK with a party.
** There was also a book of that exact same episode. Papa Bear points out that if parents had compared notes, the whole thing would have been nipped in the bud.

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* ''Literature/TheBerenstainBears'' TV series finds an ingenious solution to the fact that nobody in their right mind is going to leave a bunch of grade-school kids alone to begin with: the party takes place on a night when Lizzy Bruin has a baby-sitter. Who was told she was supervising a cute little sleepover and grows increasingly flustered as half the school shows up, leading to the 'trashed house' version. Interesting also in that the {{Aesop}} here applies to the parents as much as the kids -- the former shouldn't have just taken the latter's word for it that the Bruins were OK with a party.
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party. There was also a book of that exact same episode. Papa Bear points out that if parents had compared notes, the whole thing would have been nipped in the bud.



* Timmy from ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' once threw one of these (despite not being a teenager), simply because it's what you're ''supposed'' to do when your parents are out. It included such people as escaped criminals, vikings and a walrus. He escaped trouble for two reasons: (1) He blamed it on Vicky, and (2) his parents would have been fine with it anyway if they had been invited.

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* Timmy from ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' once threw one of these (despite not being a teenager), simply because it's what you're ''supposed'' to do when your parents are out. It included such people as escaped criminals, vikings vikings, and a walrus. He escaped trouble for two reasons: (1) He blamed it on Vicky, and (2) his parents would have been fine with it anyway if they had been invited.



* In ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' Macie finds herself hosting a pool party against her will for the high school French class - because she accidentally revealed that her parents spent a lot of time out of town. The party isn't too wild but the girls have to deal with two {{Alpha Bitch}}es trying to de-bikini Courtney.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'':
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Macie finds herself hosting a pool party against her will for the high school French class - because she accidentally revealed that her parents spent a lot of time out of town. The party isn't too wild but the girls have to deal with two {{Alpha Bitch}}es trying to de-bikini Courtney.



** Ginger and friends crash one in order to shake off their 'nice girl' reputation. What's wild about this party is that it's on a school night - and Ginger gets a rumour started about her after [[NotWhatItLooksLike a high school boy is seen giving her house keys back]].

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** Ginger and friends crash one in order to shake off their 'nice girl' reputation. What's wild about this party is that it's on a school night - and Ginger gets a rumour [[SlutShaming rumour]] started about her after [[NotWhatItLooksLike a high school boy is seen giving her house keys back]].



* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': A party in the BeachEpisode turns into this after the host makes the mistake of inviting the four teenaged villains and annoying them enough to make them [[DisproportionateRetribution trash the place]].
** Trash the place? They ''burned the house down''!

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': A party in the BeachEpisode turns into this after the host makes the mistake of inviting the four teenaged villains and annoying them enough to make them [[DisproportionateRetribution trash burn the place]].
** Trash the place? They ''burned the house down''!
place down]].



* ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'' double subverts this as well. It was intended that Penny Proud invite everyone to her party, or at the very least her friends, but [=LaCienaga=] ended up [[PartySchedulingGambit inviting everyone in the school]], and to add insult to injury, her friends end up stabbing Penny in the back when they make it seem as though they actually did intend to go to her party, when they actually just wanted to use their house as parking space for [=LaCienaga=]'s party. She ends up having to make do with people who she didn't intend to invite, some of them technically were legitimate in crashing the party (the Gross Sisters used invitations that were thrown out to enter Penny's party), and it took some time (and Aesops) for Penny to accept them as guests. Of course, by this time, [=LaCienaga=]'s party went into an unexpected halt, and they merged with Penny's party, although Penny was still not too happy with her friends, considering locking them out, but decided against it, but still planning to exact revenge on them with the hair-in-a-glass trick that she pulled earlier in the party. Furthermore, Penny's parents are involved from the very beginning.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'' ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'':
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double subverts this as well.subverted in an episode. It was intended that Penny Proud invite everyone to her party, or at the very least her friends, but [=LaCienaga=] ended up [[PartySchedulingGambit inviting everyone in the school]], and to add insult to injury, her friends end up stabbing Penny in the back when they make it seem as though they actually did intend to go to her party, when they actually just wanted to use their house as parking space for [=LaCienaga=]'s party. She ends up having to make do with people who she didn't intend to invite, some of them technically were legitimate in crashing the party (the Gross Sisters used invitations that were thrown out to enter Penny's party), and it took some time (and Aesops) for Penny to accept them as guests. Of course, by this time, [=LaCienaga=]'s party went into an unexpected halt, and they merged with Penny's party, although Penny was still not too happy with her friends, considering locking them out, but decided against it, but still planning to exact revenge on them with the hair-in-a-glass trick that she pulled earlier in the party. Furthermore, Penny's parents are involved from the very beginning.


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* Cornelia from ''WesternAnimation/{{Witch}}'' is banned from having parties at her house because she once threw one that ended in their house being trashed.
18th Mar '16 1:24:44 PM Zakawer-2
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* ''Film/ProjectX'' is literally Wild Teen Party: TheMovie, with this trope [[ExaggeratedTrope taken]] [[UpToEleven up to eleven]]; by the end of the film, the protagonist's entire house ends up ''completely'' destroyed beyond habitability. It's pretty much become the modern day TropeCodifier for wild teen culture in the 2010's.

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* ''Film/ProjectX'' is literally Wild Teen Party: TheMovie, with this trope [[ExaggeratedTrope taken]] [[UpToEleven up to eleven]]; by the end of the film, the protagonist's entire house ends up ''completely'' destroyed beyond habitability. It's pretty much become the modern day TropeCodifier for wild teen culture in the 2010's.2010s.
18th Mar '16 1:24:41 PM Zakawer-2
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* The beach party, I mean orgy, at the end of ''Film/PsychoBeachParty'', a yearly event that Chicklet sneaks out to, even though there's a murderer around.

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* The [[APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy beach party, I mean orgy, party or orgy]], at the end of ''Film/PsychoBeachParty'', a yearly event that Chicklet sneaks out to, even though there's a murderer around.



* ''Film/ProjectX'' is literally Wild Teen Party: The Movie, with this trope [[ExaggeratedTrope taken]] [[UpToEleven up to eleven]]; by the end of the film, the protagonist's entire house ends up ''completely'' destroyed beyond habitability. It's pretty much become the modern day TropeCodifier for wild teen culture in the 2010's.

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* ''Film/ProjectX'' is literally Wild Teen Party: The Movie, TheMovie, with this trope [[ExaggeratedTrope taken]] [[UpToEleven up to eleven]]; by the end of the film, the protagonist's entire house ends up ''completely'' destroyed beyond habitability. It's pretty much become the modern day TropeCodifier for wild teen culture in the 2010's.



** Then there was the girl who OD'd on Ecstacy at Marissa's house. All I can remember about that party is there was a really weak remix of "Daft Punk is Playing at my House" (itself a song about a Wild Teen Party).

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** Then there was the girl who OD'd on Ecstacy ecstasy at Marissa's house. All I can remember about that party is there There was a really weak remix of "Daft Punk is Playing at my House" (itself a song about a Wild Teen Party).



* [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2206919/Riot-Facebook-party-attended-thousands.html The "Project X Haren" party]] from September 21, 2012. A teenager from Haren, The Netherlands sent out a Facebook invitation to her friends for her 16th birthday. Unfortunately, she forgot to set the invite to "private" and it was passed on to 30,000 people. 3,000+ people showed up to the small town and basically caused a riot: setting things on fire, smashing windows, skirmishes with the police, etc.

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* Inspired by the ''Project X'' example above is the [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2206919/Riot-Facebook-party-attended-thousands.html The "Project X Haren" party]] from September 21, 2012. A teenager from Haren, The Netherlands some town out there in [[UsefulNotes/TheNetherlands the Netherlands]] called Haren sent out a Facebook invitation to her friends for her 16th birthday. Unfortunately, she forgot to set the invite to "private" and it was passed on to 30,000 people. 3,000+ people showed up to the small town and basically caused a riot: setting things on fire, smashing windows, skirmishes with the police, etc.
13th Mar '16 8:18:30 PM GrammarNavi
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* ''Series/ThatSeventiesShow'' had a few of these, particularly in the earlier seasons, including a kegger in the pool of an empty house and a "the parents are out of town" party at Donna's.

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* ''Series/ThatSeventiesShow'' ''Series/That70sShow'' had a few of these, particularly in the earlier seasons, including a kegger in the pool of an empty house and a "the parents are out of town" party at Donna's.
9th Mar '16 10:28:40 AM Cieloazul
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* Literally ''everybody'' dancing and having a blast. As anybody who's actually been to a real teen (or, for that matter, adult) party will tell you, ''this'' part is certainly ''not'' how real parties hold out. Usually, there are at least as many people calmly sitting around and talking (or standing alone and feeling left out) as there are people dancing and acting crazy. Also, the house could not ''possibly'' have enough room for everyone to dance and act crazy at once. [[TemptingFate Oh,]] [[DarwinAwards wait...]]

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* Literally ''everybody'' dancing and having a blast. As anybody who's actually been to a real teen (or, for that matter, adult) party will tell you, ''this'' this part is certainly ''not'' not how real parties hold out. Usually, there are at least as many people calmly sitting around and talking (or standing alone and feeling left out) as there are people dancing and acting crazy. Also, the house could not ''possibly'' possibly have enough room for everyone to dance and act crazy at once. [[TemptingFate Oh,]] [[DarwinAwards wait...]]



TruthInTelevision, of course (except for the last complication of literally ''everyone'' dancing and acting crazy) -- as any news reporter who wants to [[NewMediaAreEvil take a pop at Facebook]] will tell you. Moreover, "teen partying" is now listed as a reason for certain movies getting the ratings they have.

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TruthInTelevision, of course (except for the last complication of literally ''everyone'' everyone dancing and acting crazy) trashing around) -- as any news reporter who wants to [[NewMediaAreEvil take a pop at Facebook]] will tell you. Moreover, "teen partying" is now listed as a reason for certain movies getting the ratings they have.
20th Feb '16 4:09:08 PM mhj0808
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* ''Film/ProjectX'' is literally Wild Teen Party: The Movie, with this trope [[ExaggeratedTrope taken]] [[UpToEleven up to eleven]].

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* ''Film/ProjectX'' is literally Wild Teen Party: The Movie, with this trope [[ExaggeratedTrope taken]] [[UpToEleven up to eleven]].eleven]]; by the end of the film, the protagonist's entire house ends up ''completely'' destroyed beyond habitability. It's pretty much become the modern day TropeCodifier for wild teen culture in the 2010's.



* ''Film/{{Frostbite}}'' has the LovableJock John hold a party while his parents are out of town. At first it's pleasent enough, everbody seems to have a good time and the party is rather civilised. Then John turns into a vampire and the party becomes a vampireparty and they wreck everything.

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* ''Film/{{Frostbite}}'' has the LovableJock John hold a party while his parents are out of town. At first it's pleasent pleasant enough, everbody everybody seems to have a good time and the party is rather civilised. civilized. Then John turns into a vampire and the party becomes a vampireparty vampire party and they wreck everything.
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