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New Year's Eve - what are you doing?
27-12-2006, 08:02 PM
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New Year's Eve - what are you doing?

me - I'm watching Finding Neverland and drinking wine ... all on me todd as son is going round his mate's house.

I may pop into chattage too! (or msn)

so what are you exciting lot doing.

Will Cockney be DJ'ing? Will Tigger be getting drunk in a gutter? Will Maxine be reading a classical novel and sipping sherry? Will Fee be sipping champagne from a wellie? Will Secrets shag anymore women?

come on share!
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27-12-2006, 08:04 PM
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New Year's Eve - what are you doing?
I've been invited to several parties and I just can't decide so will be staying in to watch 'Donald where's your troosers?'
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27-12-2006, 08:08 PM
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New Year's Eve - what are you doing?
I'm going to our local taverna to celebrate new year Greek time - two hour ahead of us! Then back to mine - I think - with some friends.

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27-12-2006, 08:21 PM
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Dolores Wrote:me - I'm watching Finding Neverland and drinking wine ... all on me todd as son is going round his mate's house.

I may pop into chattage too! (or msn)

so what are you exciting lot doing.

Will Cockney be DJ'ing? Will Tigger be getting drunk in a gutter? Will Maxine be reading a classical novel and sipping sherry? Will Fee be sipping champagne from a wellie? Will Secrets shag anymore women?

come on share!


And bawling your eyes out - Finding Neverland is a real treasure! You will love it - make sure you watch the out-takes, they are really funny! We are having a few friends round for dinner and then bring in the bells at 12 - we get a really good view of the fireworks from the castle and from Arthur's Seat.

And as for your last question, that is one thought I would really rather not think about!:shocking:

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27-12-2006, 08:30 PM
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Bella Wrote:And bawling your eyes out -

really Bella! that's what the tissues were for - what did you think they were for?!

...and you leave Arthur's seat alone - you know what happened the last time you interferred with that!
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27-12-2006, 09:02 PM
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New Year's Eve - what are you doing?
With a bit of luck, I'll be doing **** all.

I hate New Year:bored:





Edit: When the **** did '****' become a swear word???

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27-12-2006, 09:08 PM
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Dolores Wrote:really Bella! that's what the tissues were for - what did you think they were for?!

...and you leave Arthur's seat alone - you know what happened the last time you interferred with that!


Ahh. but Dol you didn't mention tissues in this post, no mention whatsoever and I hadn't read the other till after I read this one.......are you still with me?

Whatever everyone is doing, I hope you all have a good one!

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27-12-2006, 10:06 PM
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Doing the usual Hogmany tradition - 'first-footing' my grandparents. We'll probably stay there til about 2am then move on to my cousin's house for a couple of hours. Mucho champagne will be getting drank.

Then on New Years night my parents always have the whole family round to their house for a massive knees-up.

Love New Year!! :w00t:

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28-12-2006, 08:24 AM
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New Year's Eve - what are you doing?
I`m not a big fan of new year and much prefer christmas. No plans this year as Mr SB is on call till 10pm. Will prob stay in and watch a good film and have a drink or 6
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28-12-2006, 10:45 AM
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New Year's Eve - what are you doing?
i would never go out on NYE (too over-priced and over-hyped), but we normally have friends round for dinner and a bit of a knees up. Its a lot of work, but we have a great laugh and I love it! Last year there were 10 of us.

This though, we couldn't face the bother so we didn't arrange anything. We were all set for a quiet night in, but last week a couple of good friends invited us to spend the evening with them. They've hired a lovely cottage in Sussex for a few nights, so we plan to mosey on down about lunchtime on New Years Eve. We'll do lots of eating, drinking, walking etc. I'm really looking forward to it.
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