Chicago will be a drunken party for the rest of the week, as fans celebrate the first World Series victory in their lifetimes and the first for the Cubs since 1908.

Chicago's mayor RahmEmanuel told reporters Thursday that city would throw a"parade to stand the test of time," Friday, beginning around noon.

When pressed for details regarding the route of the parade, is simply said "just stand somewhere in the middle of the city and you'll see it."

The parade was originally planned for Monday — but that's when the owners meetings start and the Cubs entire staff wanted to be able to enjoy the jubilation with the city, so it was moved up to Friday.


Between the final out, around 1 a.m. Eastern time though now, the internet has had a lot of wonderful Cubs-related offerings. Here's a roundup of a few of our favorites:

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