With the NFL officially on hiatus for the next six weeks, players around the league will finally have some free time to enjoy their favorite offseason activities. 

For some players, like Tom Brady, that means taking a trip to China. For other players, like Rob Gronkowski, it means one thing: It's time to party. 

If you've followed Gronk's life over the past few years, then you already know that he only has two favorite offseason activities: He likes to take his shirt off and he likes to be at the club. It doesn't even matter which club, it can be any club. 

This past weekend was the first official weekend of the offseason for Gronk and he didn't waste anytime getting into party mode. 

The Patriots tight end spent his weekend at Shrine Nightclub at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut. Because no one likes to party alone, Gronk was joined by 20 of his closest friends, plus Flo Rida. 

Here's Gronk twerking at the club. 

@kberg210 gettin that twerk angle with @gronk 🎥👌

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Here's Gronk with no shirt, which shouldn't come as a shock to anyone because if Gronk's at the club, his shirt's not going to stay on for long. 

About last night... 🎉🍾🎤 @gronk @official_flo @shrinefoxwoods #FOXSTAR

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The most amazing thing about the night is that Gronk and his friends managed to run up a $102,000 bar tab while they were partying. 

If you've never run up a bar $100,00 bar tab, here's what that looks like. 

And this is how you party...#shrine #foxwoods #gronkfam

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If you're wondering how anyone could order $100,000 worth of alcohol, TMZ has a solid breakdown of what Gronk's crew ordered

The tab included $27,000 worth of Dom Perignon Rose, $18,000 worth of Ace of Spades Rose and $10,400 worth of Grey Goose. There was also $60 worth of Red Bull, $36 worth of tonic water and $8 worth of grapefruit juice, because let's be honest, you have to mix your vodka with something. 

The good news for Gronk is that there's a chance he didn't even have to pay the bill. As TMZ pointed out, this could've been a promotional thing where Gronk and his buddies were allowed to order whatever they wanted, and the got comp'd by the casino. 

Either way, it's not easy to rack up a bar tab that big. It's something that only the most seasoned partier could pull off, which is probably why Gronk was able to do it. I once racked up $97 tab at a casino club, so Gronk has me beat by roughly $102,310. 

Since most of us won't ever get a chance to party with Gronk, you can just watch the video at the top of the page and imagine what it would be like to hang out with the guy who may or more not make more money for his party skills than he does playing football.  

(Wink of the CBS Eye to TMZ)