Why a Party Bus is Better than a Regular Bus

I just came back from a wedding where a party bus took us all to and from the hotel – and I wouldn’t tell the newlyweds this – but the party bus may have just been the highlight of the evening. The entire ride was nonstop partying and laughter. We took the black limousine/bus from HTown Limousine.

I had taken a party bus once before, to prom I believe, and I actually had forgotten how fun they could be. In light of this, and having also just finished up a trip back on Greyhound, I think it is important we take the time to understand why a party bus is much better than a regular bus.  This is important stuff people.

1.    The Music is Much Better

Regular buses don’t have music. If they do, it is often some elevator genre instrumental. A party bus, on the other hand, plays exactly what I want – because they have an Aux hookup for phones – and who better to play exactly what I want than me?

2. The People

HTown Limousine.

Maybe out there somewhere there is a bus full of only the most fun, happy and witty people around. Maybe. More likely, it is full of people who just want to be 9oppleft alone to sit glumly, or smell like soup. A party bus, however, is full of people who want to have fun- and are typically people I choose to associate with and have a good time with. Sometimes they also smell like soup though.

3. The Destination

A typical bus takes you to a bus stop or bus station. Have you ever tried to have fun at a bus station? It is tough to do. A party bus, on the other hand, takes you to a party. Or directly to whatever event you are trying to go to. Much better than a random bus stop.

4. The Service

Party bus drivers are pretty cool dudes/dudettes. They make sure they have all their passengers, make sure everyone is content, and will even wait for you until an even ends. Typical bus drivers may accidentally leave you at a Stop & Go if you take too long in the bathroom – really this happened to me once when I was 19  and I’ve been terrified to use the bathroom on those types of trips ever since.

I think this is pretty clear. A party bus is clearly better than a typical bus. While I don’t expect a Greyhound to be like a ride from HTown Limousine, one can hope (but really the people who smell like soup are killing me).

Maybe when everyone is done debating irrelevant issues like taxes, healthcare and wages in politics maybe they can finally turn their attention to something important – like the implementation of a party atmosphere on all public transportation. Just think party-subways, party-trains. I bet we can even find a way to make that hyper tube Elon Musk is making into a party tube.