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    You have casual on good term friends from different places, all around like your current school, your old school, family friends, a club or something outside school etc etc as well as a group of close friends

    would you just invite everyone into a mosh pit of a party and watch the ensuing *********** happen? I mean things' just start to overlap, he or she doesn't like him or her etc etc and things get weird, especially if your close group of friends don't even know some of your other friends or simply don't like them

    just do something with your closer friends and school mates? or family and family friends? what would YOU do
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    ME? I wouldn't have a party, I don't like them.
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    Id go to a bar and get wasted. Whoever wanted to come along is welcome. Within a few hours I'd be too drunk to care.
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    (Original post by Reue)
    Id go to a bar and get wasted. Whoever wanted to come along is welcome. Within a few hours I'd be too drunk to care.
    i guess that's a better idea, not the being drunk thing

    but leave it open as in 'I'm having a party or whatever, come if you want' rather than invite people separately
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    basically all the parties ive had i have just invited all my friends regardless of which "groups" they come from at the end of the day its my party... although i allways make sure there isn't someone who wont know anyone, or if there is because theyre from far away ill get them to meet people before the party etc.
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    I don't like huge parties really.

    For my birthdays I usually have a few close friends over, or we go out for a nice meal in the evening somewhere.
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    (Original post by lukejoshjedi)
    i guess that's a better idea, not the being drunk thing

    but leave it open as in 'I'm having a party or whatever, come if you want' rather than invite people separately
    That is inviting ppl lol.

    OP - my 18th was a big mix of ppl, ppl dont sit with other groups if they dont want but everyone was just in the party mood and got on with everything. Invite everyone, tell them its a big party and loads of ppl are coming from different places you go - noone can be annoyed someone else is there, its a party! Theyre not made to talk to people.
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    Just say that you're having a party, everyones invited.
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    My party, my rules. I don't care if X doesn't like Y or A used to go out with B but B cheated on B with C and C is A's worst enemy... it's MY party, and if I want them there, I'll invite them. You can't pussyfoot around issues like this, because if you invited everyone based on their feelings about everyone else you were inviting, it would probably just be you and some tumbleweed having a bangin' time. They can decide whether or not they come really, and if they're going to let the mere presence of another person deter them then they can stay at home and mope.

    Or as others have said, a bar is a good idea. Then they can scoot off to another corner and be moody if they want, without ruining your night with their sulking and drama.
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    Invite them all, they'll just hang out with the groups they know and then you can go and see them all. Sorted.
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    im going to have the same dilemma when im 18, theres going to be people from my sec.school, ppl from my sixth form, and other mates, and even still other mates..i think i may have like 3 seperate partys lol..
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    I tried to organise a party once and it was a big flop so now I don't even bother. Just invite who you want, OP.
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    Wow, what is wrong with mixing it up??! Parties at which people don't know each other tend to be the best ones!!
 
 
 
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