I've just started uni and this year I've been invited to 3 new year's eve parties. 1 i can rule out instantly as it's hosted by someone I don't know - although it would probably still be a great party.
That leaves me with 2 options:
1) Go to school friend's house party - max 18 friends from school, 6 or so I haven't seen since we left, others I saw last week and they were acting very strangely around me - I didn't feel very wanted. It's in the countryside so travel arrangements may be tricky (I don't drive). But technically I was invited to this first (although didn't confirm at the time). Would feel like I was missing out by not going to the other party.
2) Uni friend's birthday/new year's party - about 24 people max, only know about 7 people there but they're all really nice and sure other people will be too - think I'd have a good time but would feel guilty about not going to the other party.
I'm not really sure how birthday vs. new year's weighs up, whether I should try and save my friendship with my school friends or go where I think I'd have most fun. May also be worth noting that I'm going to another party in the same week with friend's from uni - but not the same friends.
What would you do if you were me?
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- 27-12-2014 15:18
- 27-12-2014 20:51
ah the old 'I've been invited to too many parties' dilemma
pretty obvious to go to the Uni party, and then get in touch personally with the few schoolmates who you think could make long-term friends.
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- 27-12-2014 21:21
Uni party. I wouldn't worry that much about only knowing 7 people there either.