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    With my group of friends every new years eve we go to (we'll call him J) his house for a party. I'm 16 and friends are 17 - 18 (a few of them are 15 though).

    New years eve parties are basically a piss up; now that most of the group are 18 we can bring lots of alcohol and it's great.

    J's parents are there but they're safe because they get drunk too and don't care what we do. My parents however are very conscious about how much I drunk and always make a massive fuss if I get just a bit tipsy.

    They also make a fuss about me doing mixed sex sleep overs which is annoying (and this party involves boys and girls sleeping over).

    The problem basically is that J's parents are inviting everyones friends parents - idk why. And my parents said they'd come and I feel awkward about it. I want to just have fun without worrying about how I'm acting.

    The thing also is, I don't understand why they're inviting everyones parents. They don't really know eachother that well so what's the point?

    Yeah the girl I like is going to be there too YAY COOL.
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    just tell your parents they're not allowed to go if they aren't DTF, and that all you want to do is to have some fun.
 
 
 
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