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    what about a basement party?
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    (Original post by aka r)
    what about a basement party?
    Bet you know all about parties for one in mum's basement
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    (Original post by nohomo)
    Bet you know all about parties for one in mum's basement
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    (Original post by aka r)
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    Depends on the boat and the roof. Think either could be pretty good..
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    what about a basement party?
    nah, that's boring! the whole point is to enjoy the magical skyline

    plus it's in mid aug... basement party isn't very summer-esque
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    Boat parties can get boring quickly when you realise you are stuck there until the end. -.- rooftop parties definitely better depending on the location
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    Boat - people can't just leave if they want or need to, people might get seasick
    Rooftop - some people may not come if they're scared of heights
    At the end if the day I'd say that it depends on who you're inviting. If you know that there will be loads of people who don't know when to stop drinking and end up paralytic I would say that neither is a good idea.


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