James Taylor hired two DJs, a fire thrower, go-go dancers and strippers for what he said was the "largest party ever to hit West Michigan."
Taylor figured he had at least 500 people inside his family's small farmhouse Saturday night, and the floor boards were shaking because of all the extra weight. Now, all that remains inside the house is a box of premium saltines, broken speakers, busted blinds and one guy who is still passed out on his floor.
Meanwhile, the Mencosta County Sheriff's Office is more concerned about the six drug overdoses and one sexual assault that allegedly took place at Taylor's "epic party."
In any case, from the sleeveless Ft. Myers Beach shirt to the dude still passed out on his floor, Taylor's interview with FOX 17 is probably the greatest local news piece you'll see this year.
These live news reports were also pretty awesome: People Passing Out on Live TV
Let's be honest, the Goo Goo Dolls could stop to use the john at a Hinton Township gas station, and it would probably be the greatest day in the town's history. But, a 20-year-old man is claiming he threw a "party for the record books" last weekend, after more than 2,000 people showed up to his crappy house to celebrate a high school friend's birthday.