Bring your own bottle of liquor or wine: often included in an invitation to indicate that the host will not provide liquor.
written abbreviation for bring your own bottle: Used on a party invitation to ask guests to bring their own alcoholic beverages.
“Bring Your Own Beer (or Booze)” is the most common definition of BYOB on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
“As a general rule of modern etiquette, it’s never appropriate to ask guests to BYOB,” says etiquette expert Mindy Lockard of The Gracious Girl. “A host should not make plans with the guest’s expectations in mind.” This means that a host should not rely on guests to deliver the cocktails.
BYOB usually stands for “bring your own beverage”; sometimes it means “bring your own beer” or “bring your own booze”. A BYOB party is a gathering where people bring their own drinks.
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