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    Morning people!
    My 18th coming up and I don't want to celebrate it doing the norm! I was thinking along the lines of...
    zorbing
    bouncy castle
    star wars themed party.
    Any suggestions???
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    Sounds more like an 8th rather than an 18th..

    Edit: go and get steaming..
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    ****ing bouncy castles, man! :headbang:

    I'm actually being serious, you NEVER grow out of bouncy castles. They're astonishingly fun, and that's all there is to it. I miss bouncy castles... :moon:
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    (Original post by kaesha_x)
    Morning people!
    My 18th coming up and I don't want to celebrate it doing the norm! I was thinking along the lines of...
    zorbing
    bouncy castle
    star wars themed party.
    Any suggestions???
    :lolwut:
    Well...I mean they're fun but I doubt it's something that shows you are becoming adult. Might wanna have a classy dinner and then a good ol dance floor and drinks Add a theme ontop so people can dress a certain way but leave the balloons and party hats and bouncy castles out of it
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    I had a bouncy castle for my 17th!

    You could have it with a bbq and drinks and whatnot?
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    With the bouncy castle in mind, I'd go. It sounds nostalgic
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    All the booze you can afford.
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    I'd go to a random slumber party with mates and bouncy castle or summer bbq but a special moment like 18th bday no. Just...no.
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    well, tailor a party to what you enjoy then. if you like bouncy castles, ****in get one!! xD
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    Why stop at a bouncy castle? Get the largest bouncy castle in the world. Have the best party which has ever been put on.

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    (Original post by Maharaniii)
    I'd go to a random slumber party with mates and bouncy castle or summer bbq but a special moment like 18th bday no. Just...no.
    I bet you're a super loud girl irl
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    (Original post by hexagonalRod)
    I bet you're a super loud girl irl
    what gave you this thought?
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    (Original post by Maharaniii)
    what gave you this thought?
    You're a raniii with three i's. That's no simple rani.
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    (Original post by hexagonalRod)
    You're a raniii with three i's. That's no simple rani.
    lol lay off my name, I went with Maharani and it was taken by someone. So...three i's
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    (Original post by Ndella)
    With the bouncy castle in mind, I'd go. It sounds nostalgic
    you and me both:cool:
 
 
 
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