When it comes to exiting from a killer bash, there are some folks who will stay until the bitter end, and then there are others who disappear into the night, sometimes before it all wraps up, never telling a soul they are departing. This is commonly known as ghosting — and it's a method that Shahs of Sunset star Reza Farahan frequently uses.
"So my party style is kind of like Sex and the City. I want to kind of leave before it's time for me to leave — like they ended their s*** before people were like, 'Why is this still on the air?'" he told Bravo After Hours. "I like to leave a party before it starts to turn. I don't want to be the last one there. I want to leave at the height of the party. It's perfect, I want more, but I'm good. I'm gonna leave now and I definitely don't like to get there early unless it's a good friend and I'm helping them set up."
So how does he go about ghosting (in case you're interested in trying it yourself)? "Oh I am like the stealth Casper status," he said. "I'm like going to the bathroom one minute and then two hours later you're like, 'What happened to Reza?'"
And once he leaves, he really never looks back — or regrets anything. "I definitely might cringe when I'm thinking about it, but I kind of just own everything that I do in life," he said. "There's definitely some cringeworhty moments, but it is what it is. I did it."
Need some proof? Check out this clip of Reza getting his party on, below.