Underwear Party, Caffeine and Snuggies: Well, that was quite a weekend

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Holy undergarments: That was one hell of a weekend.

It started on Thursday with an underwear party at Tracks Nightclub (NSFW), and the Hip Chicks Out and Heaven and Hell parties. It continued Friday when Twizted and the upstanding citizens of the ICP scene descended on the Ogden on Friday. And it rolled through Saturday with the second Snuggie Pub Crawl, the Caffeine party at 1stBank (also NSFW) and the Black Eyed Peas.

Sunday: That was for recovering. Follow the links for photos, or just hit westword.com/slideshow and choose your own adventure from there. And let us know what you did this weekend in the comments.

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