Blanket Party

Blanket Party

Origin: English, Army/Military term

This term is well-known among Singaporean males as all fit and able males have to serve compulsory National Service for 2 years (used to be 2.5 years).

Blanket Party is an attack by a group of people on a person whom is disliked or had caused trouble for the group. The attack usually takes place inside a bunk or in a toilet where a blanket is thrown onto the unaware victim and group of people start raining blows on the victim.

Noun:

“We got punished by our instructor today because that bugger failed to perform such an easy task¬† , let’s give him a Blanket Party tonight!”

Commonly associated with:

Army, NS

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