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    Reasons for staying in
    Can watch TV with my good girlfriends
    Can get some more uni work done
    Can get a good nights sleep and feel ok getting up for my early lecture tomorrow morning
    On my period so feel bloated and a bit grotty

    Reasons for going out
    Can socialise with some new people
    Going to a club which I haven't been to properly before
    Didn't go out all weekend
    Make me feel a bit better considering I've been feeling a bit down lately
    I've heard a lot of people are going out

    HELP!
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    (Original post by bingobongo)
    Reasons for staying in
    Can watch TV with my good girlfriends
    Can get some more uni work done
    Can get a good nights sleep and feel ok getting up for my early lecture tomorrow morning
    On my period so feel bloated and a bit grotty

    Reasons for going out
    Can socialise with some new people
    Going to a club which I haven't been to properly before
    Didn't go out all weekend
    Make me feel a bit better considering I've been feeling a bit down lately
    I've heard a lot of people are going out

    HELP!
    Won't be fixed by booze. Could be by a night with your close mates though (or at least it'll let you get things off your chest).
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    Stay in - wait till your period is over because it might make you feel sh*tty, and wait for the weekend to go out clubbing.
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    Go out, you only live once!
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    (Original post by dancingshoes10)
    Go out, you only live once!
    lol
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    If you want this to happen
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    stay in because it's cold:sadnod:
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    Stay in. You'll only end up like Jack Torrance did if you do go out.
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    (Original post by Bazlehman)
    If you want this to happen

    :ahee:
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    Stay in and watch University Challenge.
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    Nag rock ma ka nu zagga o'rak na.
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    (Original post by mikeyd85)
    Won't be fixed by booze. Could be by a night with your close mates though (or at least it'll let you get things off your chest).
    Although if you go clubbing and get with a guy you can get some things on your chest :eek:

    Lol, i'd go with the first option.
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    (Original post by SamiFFXIII)
    Although if you go clubbing and get with a guy you can get some things on your chest :eek:

    Lol, i'd go with the first option.
    Yeah, but what guy wants to **** a bleeding ****?
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    Stay in! It's too cold for those kind of shenanigans. Get some hot chocolate and a hot water bottle and wait until you've finished you period!
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    (Original post by mikeyd85)
    Yeah, but what guy wants to **** a bleeding ****?
    Lol you don't have to **** them........i think, although if she opted for it then she would be just as sick if not more as with the guy she does it with. It was a joke! :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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