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.


“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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