Let me start out by saying I love my mother. She is my number one, and my mentor. She taught me everything I know. She thinks I'm an angel (because I am) that frequents the library, keeps his face in the books, and generally sacrifices a whole lot of time for the sake of education. While I do go to the library, sometimes, and I do hit the books hard, how on earth do you warn your mom about what's about to happen later that evening?
The first time I had my mother over to the house, I was terrified. I cleaned, I disinfected, I did literally everything I could to ensure that my mom did not think that I was a degenerate living in a pile of empty beer cans, stale food and dirty underwear. Oh, I was nervous, alright -- not to introduce her to my friends, but to introduce her to what we had planned for that night. Consisting primarily of wine and more wine, it really unnerved my mom's initial impression. However, when introduced to other moms around the party, the night was quickly saved. The day afterwards, my mother told me that she was nervous at first but when she made some friends it was just like the old days for her. Mother's weekend is a great way for moms to unwind for a weekend.
Having sorority mothers over is quoted by Akon as "the dopest weekend ever because they bring really nice booze and it's hilarious seeing a bunch of drunk moms running around." What starts out as innocent small talk, quickly snowballs into a much more lively scene. Once the liquid courage starts to build up, mothers hit the dance floor like they have never done before. Friendships form in a matter of seconds simply because you made a stupid joke about your friend to her mom. The best part about those friendships is that not only will the mom maybe hook you up with some really nice booze, but you also might have the opportunity to rub in your friends face that "your mom is in love with me."
Eventually the mothers get tuckered out. Even coming into the party with the, "I have to be able to hang out with my son's/daughter's friends, I'm not old yet" mentality, all moms hit their limit. Rides are called and hugs are given at the door. Moms make friends with their kid's friends and everyone is happy.