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We Watched Rob Gronkowski's Party Cruise Video and Now Have a Hangover

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | July 09, 2015

We Watched Rob Gronkowski's Party Cruise Video and Now Have a Hangover

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Rob Gronkowski just dropped off a piñata on the Internet’s doorstep, so it’s time to beat this thing and see what falls out.

The full-time party boy who moonlights as a New England Patriots tight end is inviting would-be party people onto his 2016 cruise.

Back in June, TravelPulse’s Patrick Clarke reported on Gronkowski’s latest venture outside of the football world: a February 2016 cruise that Clarke states will “depart Miami on Feb. 19 and cruise to the Bahamas before returning to the U.S. on Feb. 22.”

The fun mandates dropping at least $700 on the festivities but the hangover and questionable life decisions come for free.    

Well, we now have a video trailer (h/t to go along with the news. And judging by the images, this party will be a keg-stand shot to the dome:

That video has the same effect as a two-week bender. In fact, thanks to the thumping music and overt promises of bedlam, we now just lost the entire math lessons we learned in second grade.

Any further watching may kill the brain cells that learned how to ride a bike.

The NFL star proclaims, “The whole Gronkowski family is inviting you to get hype with us next year on our very own party cruise.”

Now this isn’t like tagging along for a usual family vacation. This kind of trip mandates you consider your liver as some vestigial organ you no longer need.   

If your idea of a good time is the equivalent of being trapped on a floating Pappas and Beer then visit the cruise’s official website for further information.

As for us, we will be rummaging around for hand sanitizer and taking a nap after this 40-ounce video. 


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