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    (Original post by matt1001)
    this will be the third year I stayed in
    staying in again too. trust me, i know exactly how you feel. but i also feel like my social circle has become smaller n smaller
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    Although this will be my 6th year going out for dinner with my family on new years eve, there's nothing wrong with staying in at all.

    It's the same principal for Christmas - different families have different ideas of how they want to spend their time and any which way they decide to is absolutely fine
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    I usually stay in with my family but I'm going out this year, I'm not looking forward to it though because Cardiff tends to be very annoying on rugby or football nights and black friday so I'm guessing this will be no different.
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    (Original post by Maryb_101)
    No it isn't. I have January exams to revise for. Fml
    Surely you can go out for one night!??
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    nah, in fact this is the first year in 3 years I'll be going out! usually there's one new years party going on, but it's someone I only vaguely know and don't particularly like in a place I don't know how to get to. I usually have a few friends over, we have some wine, watch a film, see the fireworks on telly. It is a bit depressing when your parents come home at 1am completely smashed and you're already in bed....
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    Might be staying in my self, was suppose to go to a party, but it's cancelled, and my other mates are all 18/19 and going clubbing, and I'm not old enough to get in
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    you know what? we should have some kind of a new year event-thing on TSR for all those ppl staying in !!
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    It's just another day to me.
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    No, I will be studying.
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    Nooo! I'm staying in with my boyfriend and family, I prefer to celebrate it with the people that I love, rather than going to sweaty club/pub with other prices drinks, entry fees ( down here they treble prices at this time.. Same applies to taxis!)


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    (Original post by letsbehonest)
    No, I will be studying.
    wow, you're really hardworking
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    I'm staying in; I've never really seen the fuss with new year anyway. I've really enjoyed 2012 whereas I know 2013 will be a tough one; I don't really want to make a fuss because then I'll start seeing next year as something different and will be more inclined to be negative... if that makes sense?
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    I've only celebrated New Year properly about two or three times, I usually stay in Even when I'm not busy, there's nothing to do!
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    You don't have to do anything. I would suppose if you wanted to go out you would,so if you're staying in...you want to?
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    Does going to church count as going out *sighs* be out of this tradition soon
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    I'd personally be gutted if i stayed in on new years, being raised in Russia its the biggest holiday of the year, i probably prefer new years to my birthday in fact!

    One day of the year when everyone is celebrating and full of hope and aspiration, getting merry and having a good time!

    But hey, to each their own!
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    Its only overrated if you make it that way.

    No of course its not wrong to stay in, sometimes that's refreshing. But equally those who stay in shouldn't stick their noses up at those who go out to celebrate.
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    (Original post by loz957)
    After finishing work at 11pm I will be going straight home to bed. I've never enjoyed celebrating the new year and really don't see the appeal of it. I would rather chill out at home and wake up without a hangover. There is nothing wrong with it.
    What about Mdma, son? Treat yourself ffs!!
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    I've not been out on NYE since the turn of the Millenium.It's always over priced and over rated anyway!.I'd much rather stay in.
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    Nothing wrong with it Do what you want on new years
 
 
 
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