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    Ways to convince (pretty much house bound) parents to leave the house for the day/night?
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    I wouldn't try and convince them, it'll be a bit obvious why you want them to leave and it could lead to awkward questioning - leading to more lies and excuses.

    And 'Night of passion'....really :lolwut:?
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    (Original post by Ultimate_Geek)
    And 'Night of passion'....really :lolwut:?
    They will be playing Jenga. Of course.
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    LOL
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    I think it would make more sense if you left the house and enjoyed your "night of passion" at a hotel or somewhere else.
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    Sneak out like any other self respecting teenage would!
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    Book a hotel if you're that desperate, jeeeez:rolleyes:
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    Hotel, Motel, Holiday Inn.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Ways to convince (pretty much house bound) parents to leave the house for the day/night?
    Hotel/some other similar place is your answer.

    If you're in a larger town/city you can usually rent an apartment for the night, much more privacy and its much better all round.
 
 
 
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