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 Post subject: New Years Eve
Unread postPosted: 30 Dec 2008, 11:57 
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Do you celebrate New Year or not ? we do not we are usually in bed before midnight, can never get a babysitter on New Years Eve so we usually have a few drinks and a take away thats about it.


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 Post subject: Re: New Years Eve
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I always remain up and see the New Year in, Hogmanay is a traditional Scottish celebration. The tv is usually good from 10.45pm(ish) till half past midnight though I'm usually in bed by 1am.

I don't really go overboard with alcohol to be honest, you can do that any weekend of the year. People usually use 31st December/1st January as an excuse to get blootered.


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CLARE wrote:
I always remain up and see the New Year in, Hogmanay is a traditional Scottish celebration. The tv is usually good from 10.45pm(ish) till half past midnight though I'm usually in bed by 1am.

I don't really go overboard with alcohol to be honest, you can do that any weekend of the year. People usually use 31st December/1st January as an excuse to get blootered.


Yes I dont understand why people drink so much until they throw up or cant stand up and they seem to thinks its cool, i will have a couple that will be my lot and i still have the kids to deal with the next day.


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 Post subject: Re: New Years Eve
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I normally sit in front of tv with glass of wine waiting for midnight but this year for the first time in years we are having a party with family members coming over plus a few neighbours, looking forward to it.

Happy New Year! :)


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I dont do New Years normally! But this year paaaaarties!

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 Post subject: Re: New Years Eve
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Kerri wrote:
I dont do New Years normally! But this year paaaaarties!


Is this anything to do with recently turning 18 and officially being able to have a drink? You're just wanting to be ID'd, eh?

I wish everyone enjoyable and safe celebrations and a Simon filled 2009, may 2009 bring continued happiness.


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Kerri wrote:
I dont do New Years normally! But this year paaaaarties!


Is this anything to do with recently turning 18 and officially being able to have a drink? You're just wanting to be ID'd, eh?

I wish everyone enjoyable and safe celebrations and a Simon filled 2009, may 2009 bring continued happiness.


haha no, it's because I'm a lot more outgoing than I was last year!

It's 8.30 and I havent decided which party to go to!!!

have a good one everybody!

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Have the best time ever whatever party you choose to go to, don't do anything I wouldn't do - I know that doesn't leave much scope! Just don't get caught!

Bring on 2009 and lots of Simon(ness)


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Yeah if you can't be good be careful. And it's only illegal if you get caught :wink:

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HAPPY NEW YEAR everybody! I stayed at home last night and already went to bed around 11.30 pm.
I noticed around 10 pm that my dog became nervous about the fire works. Some guys were already shooting some fire works in the air around 10 pm. So I went to bed before the major bang started. Goran sleeps with us in our bedroom and that way he was calm.

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 Post subject: Re: New Years Eve
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So Kerri, what time did you try the 'key to door' argument this morning? You know the feeling like trying to insert the square into the round peg clouded by excess alcohol.

I never go to bed before seeing the New Year in, I enjoy the old year into new celebrations whether quiet or wild. My sister is having a party this evening with extended family invited so that should be good.


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Happy New Year to you all, hope you had a good time. The celebrations went well last night, went outside to watch the fireworks at midnight but not for long though, too cold brrr! Best wishes for 2009 :)


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So Kerri, what time did you try the 'key to door' argument this morning? You know the feeling like trying to insert the square into the round peg clouded by excess alcohol.

I never go to bed before seeing the New Year in, I enjoy the old year into new celebrations whether quiet or wild. My sister is having a party this evening with extended family invited so that should be good.


I literally just made it home haha... Oh my.

Who woulda thought that there wuold be no public transport in Ipswich on new years day!!

I'm hanging man.. I gotta eat ym mums traditrioal new years day roast pork in a bizzle. euuuuugh

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 Post subject: Re: New Years Eve
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Mum's New Year's day dinner added to a few hours sleep will revitalise your energy levels so to set you up for more parties this evening, I take it you'd a good time then? "Never again" will be a recurring phrase though it's more of a theory statement instead of a practical one.


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Mum's New Year's day dinner added to a few hours sleep will revitalise your energy levels so to set you up for more parties this evening, I take it you'd a good time then? "Never again" will be a recurring phrase though it's more of a theory statement instead of a practical one.


No more parties this evening! Just a nice night in with some mates I feel.

I'm proper looking forward to roast dinner, I haevn't eaten yet.

Never again- I think not! Totally again! I'm buzzing!!

It was a good night. Although I woke up not in my own home, to a small dog licking my toes.. it was interesting. But I got home in the end :lol:

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