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    (Original post by sound bwoy)
    Lol, i have told them and my dad feels a bit sorry for me having to come with them all the time but my mom thinks i'll burn the house down or something. i can understand how she feels though.

    i have 2 older brothers who stopped coming on holiday when they were 15 so it sort of feels a bit unfair
    Ask if you can stay with them? Or stay at a friends?
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    (Original post by sound bwoy)
    were there lots of people your age staying in the same hotel?
    Yes. Tenerife is crap though, and full of drunken working class idiots. You may as well go to Blackpool for the weekend.
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    (Original post by Tom78)
    i'm in the same boat as you mate pretty much , try and get in some clubs or something, i'm just praying there will be some people my age where we're going.
    same, i'm praying for it as well. if i just had 1 person my own age with me then going out wouldn't be an issue it's just if i find no one and then i'll be stuck around the hotel all the time... going out alone could be an option though i suppose
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    (Original post by Sweet by and by)
    Ask if you can stay with them? Or stay at a friends?
    i have stayed with people in the past but they've already booked. i'm looking forward to going away just worrying it won't be enjoyable
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    I havent' been on holiday with parents in a while, but when i did I just went out and found stuff to do that interested me.

    Go explore the resort, make friends if you want, relax? Hell take your laptop so you have something to do along with watching tv; finding a nice quiet place to sit on a laptop is a great time.
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    Make an effort to meet people. You can meet people around the hotel, at the beach, at local places such as bars and restraunts. Make an effort to enjoy it.
    If there's NOBODY else around, just enjoy lying at the pool in the sun. I'd happily go in your place!
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    (Original post by Young Spade)
    finding a nice quiet place to sit on a laptop is a great time.
    Would it not break? :rofl:
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    err how about grow the **** up?
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    err how about grow the **** up?
    shut the **** up?
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    Would it not break? :rofl:
    Lol excuse the ambiguity; find a place to sit with your laptop in front of you to fend off boredom.

    Oh and yea, he just joked about what I said, no need to get up in arms about it. I laughed myself. Jesus people.
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    I know how you feel - I'm going to Wales for the weekend, to visit a temple and some National Trust sites - this will be... urm... interesting...
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    Be glad you get to go somewhere warm and nice for free, cos pretty soon you'll be BEGGING your parents to take you on holiday.
 
 
 
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