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    Well on my 18th i sat alone, in my room, in the dark, quietly sobbing. Do ANYTHING but that!
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    Buy loads of food, get loads of films, invite your two friends over, and have an amazing time
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    (Original post by Lewroll)
    Well on my 18th i sat alone, in my room, in the dark, quietly sobbing. Do ANYTHING but that!
    Haha, I might end up doing this. :sad:
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    I dont understand why not drinking means someone cannot have fun.
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    (Original post by HumanNature1992)
    Sleepover? Movie/Meal during the day then hit the clubs at night with friends but dont drink!
    No clubs. :no:

    (Original post by aprilterri)
    Go for a meal and then go to the cinema or stay at home (have a sleep over?) and have a takeaway and some cake and chill to some music and watch some DVDs
    (Original post by Gemma :)!)
    Buy loads of food, get loads of films, invite your two friends over, and have an amazing time
    Thank you. :grin:

    sounds pretty reasonable to me.
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    (Original post by lonely14)
    I don't usually celebrate my birthday, but my 18th is coming in few days, and I was wondering what should I do.

    I can't celebrate it with my parents as at the moment they're out of country, and I definitely don't want to celebrate with my younger siblings. :cool:

    I only have 2 close friends, so I thought maybe we should go for a movie or a play?

    I can't throw a party as... oh well only few people would turn up.

    and I'm not going to get drunk, so lets get this out of the way.

    Any ideas? :cake:


    I hate to get drunk too

    anyway.. i think you shud take ur frnds out for a nice buffet breakfast, then may b for games or bowling or evn swimming :P

    or u can invite thm over cuk a good meal, bake a cake yourself n drink (non alcoholic drinks) :P

    you can even play monopoly at home

    or simple take thm out for dinner, click lots of pictures.,. have fun!!
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    (Original post by rashi22)
    I hate to get drunk too

    anyway.. i think you shud take ur frnds out for a nice buffet breakfast, then may b for games or bowling or evn swimming :P

    or u can invite thm over cuk a good meal, bake a cake yourself n drink (non alcoholic drinks) :P

    you can even play monopoly at home

    or simple take thm out for dinner, click lots of pictures.,. have fun!!
    Cheers mate. I would rather not bake anything myself, but I really like the bowling idea.

    Yep, Dinner, a visit to local cinema sounds good. :yep:
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    (Original post by lonely14)
    I don't like drinking, and I'm Muslim.
    Lol. That's like saying "I don't like having sex, and I have no penis." Unlucky, fella.
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    Go to a Restaurant with a bunch of friends? I went to Tinseltown and then Piccadilly Circus. No alcohol necessary.
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    (Original post by lonely14)
    I don't like drinking, and I'm Muslim.
    How do you know you do not like drinking if you are not actually allowed to?
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