More about hen do axe throwing...
When somebody says, "Axe throwing" you don't normally think "I am totally going to love this!" but we're pretty sure you will. It's certainly not your average hen party activity, while other hens are balancing cucumber on their eyelids and sipping thick green 'health drinks' that look like someone's just drained a pond, action hens are kicking ass and hen party axe throwing is awesome.
If you've never been axe throwing before (and we appreciate it's not exactly the kind of thing you might pop out to do on your lunch break), it's kind of like darts. But with ruddy big axes. You'll be using Native American style tomahawks and throwing them in a spinning (end over end) whirl of wood and steel towards a large target. Competitive hens will absolutely love it.
Better yet, as a source of stress release, hen party axe throwing is amazing! If the bride-to-be has some pent-up stress, then throwing dangerous metal axes into defenceless pieces of wood is ideal. The wedding caterer keeps moaning about a 'prawn shortage...' THUD! The dozen doves she's planning to release can't be dyed purple meaning they'll completely clash with her colour scheme... THWACK! She's now just having too much fun chucking axes like an Amazonian princess... THWOCK!
It's also pretty handy training if you do ever find yourself caught up in a zombie apocalypse. Just like hunky Daryl (The Walking Dead), a well thrown axe is a neat way to make those undead creeps even, well, deader.