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New Year's Eve
22-12-2005, 04:27 PM
Post: #1
New Year's Eve

So? Wotcha all doing for New Year's Eve?

Cockney's working, and with the two small people to contend with I expect I'll be sat indoors on my own watching telly :tv_happy:.

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22-12-2005, 04:32 PM
Post: #2
New Year's Eve
I usually go an "first-foot" my Gran at the bells (have done it for years now and she'd be heartbroken if I broke the tradition) so I'll probably be doing that then the rest of the family will come over for a drink. Then I will probably head to a local nightclub to catch up with a few friends etc.
Then on New Year's night my parents usually have a big party in their house for the whole family but my sister is hosting it in her new house this year.
So that's that!
I like spending my New Year with my family - cannae be ar$ed going into Glasgow or Edinburgh etc.

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22-12-2005, 04:38 PM
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We are off to a party at the local community centre. My friends sister used to be the caretaker and books it every year. We take our own booze and nibbles, oh and the kids aswell.. get horribly drunk and then crawl home...:w00t:
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22-12-2005, 04:44 PM
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New Year's Eve
Buzz Wrote:oh and the kids aswell.. get horribly drunk and then crawl home...:w00t:
Really? And what age are they exactly?? :shocking:

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22-12-2005, 05:01 PM
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New Year's Eve
well if i can get a baby-sitter to look after my two, i will hopefully be down the pub with friends and family or we were thinking of going for a chinese meal. not sure yet.

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22-12-2005, 05:49 PM
Post: #6
New Year's Eve
We have got some of our closest friends coming round for the evening. There will be plenty of food, Schloer and fireworks for us. I'm really looking forward to it, it's a comfy group of people. Big Grin

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22-12-2005, 06:19 PM
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New Year's Eve
tigger767 Wrote:We have got some of our closest friends coming round for the evening. There will be plenty of food, Schloer and fireworks for us. I'm really looking forward to it, it's a comfy group of people. Big Grin

We are doing the same Tigger, only we are not the ones hosting - we done it last year! And where they live, they have a fantastic view of the Castle so we will see the fireworks going off.

It'll be a bit like a Pot Supper with everyone taking a dish along, the kids all get along great and love being able to stay up late!

We can watch the crowds gather on Princes Street on the TV and be glad that we are nice & cosy inside!

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23-12-2005, 08:07 AM
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New Year's Eve
We are off to a family friends Party! :xmastree:
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23-12-2005, 08:14 AM
Post: #9
New Year's Eve
Nothing!

I dislike New Year's Eve. I don't like drunks getting maudlin and saying "last year was awful here's to a better one this year"!! what tosh!

I don't like paying to get in a pub to pay for overpriced beer and be surrounded by a load of people who I don't really know. I don't like getting home late and having to walk for miles and miles cos you can't get a taxi!

I sound like a right misery don't I! I also think that the older you get the less you care about new year's eve .... now I'm waiting for some elder statesman of the board to prove me wrong!

I do wish each and everyone of you a Happy New Year though!

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23-12-2005, 08:17 AM
Post: #10
New Year's Eve
To tell you the truth I don't know! I just don't want it over at my place because I hate people coming over.
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