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Go to brothers birthday party or watch the Wimbledon final? Feel selfish :/ Watch

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    If you had tickets to be on centre court i would say go to Wimbledon but just to sit in the park, i think your brother is worth more than that
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    (Original post by Orange s0da)
    If you had tickets to be on centre court i would say go to Wimbledon but just to sit in the park, i think your brother is worth more than that
    its actually a really nice venue not just a 'park'
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    (Original post by abcde3237)
    Yeah I cba, what would be the point just to watch them eat for an hour?
    Just don't go ; I don't think your mum will be that annoyed with you , it's just some kids party after all ? You're an adult so do what you want
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    I understand you want the atmosphere but whoever wins it will be immortalised on YouTube, i-player and the like . Family doesn't always last as long 😕
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    Go to your brothers bday bash, swagger in drunk and beligerant, loudly grab a hand of party food whilst grumbling incoherently and making menacing gestures to your family and the 11 year olds... Sit down and giggle and watch on your phone
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    Personally I think that family time is worth a lot more than any sort of tv... You'll be more likely to remember being at your brothers birthday party than where you were during the 2016 Wimbledon finals.
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    Watch Wimbledon. You can always record your brother's birthday or watch the highl...oh wait.
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    Awww I wish I had a little brother that age :,(
 
 
 
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