bac·cha·na·li·a \bak-uh-NAIL-yuh\

1. (plural, capitalized) The ancient Roman festival in honor of Bacchus, celebrated with dancing, song, and revelry.
2. A riotous, boisterous, or drunken festivity; a revel.

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[ Panel 1 ]
GENTLEMAN 1: GOOD NEWS! I’m getting married!
GENTLEMAN 2: Good nes INDEED! Sounds like we need to throw you one last BACCHANALIA!

[ Panel 2 ]
GENTLEMAN 1: My friend, there is NO NEED to throw me a party. Beside, I’ve had PLENTY in my day.
GENTLEMAN 2: Ah yes, THOSE were the days. HOW is it that you will EVER give up snorting lines of cocaine off prostitutes?

[ Panel 3 ]
GENTLEMAN 1: Who said ANYTHING about that?