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    Well people its that time of the year again for me as September gets closer i have to decide WHAT TO DO FOR MY BIRTHDAY? This year it a big one my 18th :eek: Gosh i'm getting old

    My last Birthday yea my 17th i spent the first part of the day a sleep (well till 2pm) then i spent the rest of the time in prision dnt ask it was some club riot between sum peeps i was with. What a crap bday

    So this year what do u guys think i should do?????????
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    Stay in bed *all* day. Then there's no need for prison
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    (Original post by fishpaste)
    Stay in bed *all* day. Then there's no need for prison
    lol what shall i do for my 18th?
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    Start by resolving never to touch colour tags again...

    Why not get friends to organise something not too expensive, and see where you end up. It'd be a present for you (though don't expect them to pay), and you won't have to organise anything.
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    I think you should change the colour of your writing as its strains my eyes, hence i cannot read your dilemma.
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    (Original post by Hayley...)
    Start by resolving never to touch colour tags again...

    Why not get friends to organise something not too expensive, and see where you end up. It'd be a present for you (though don't expect them to pay), and you won't have to organise anything.
    i like colour

    This sounds like a good idea but i SO dont trust my friends
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    (Original post by Samara)
    i like colour

    This sounds like a good idea but i SO dont trust my friends
    It's fair enough liking colour, but stuff has to be readable..

    If you don't trust them, maybe it'd be more fun...

    What sort of budget would you have then?
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    (Original post by Hayley...)
    It's fair enough liking colour, but stuff has to be readable..

    If you don't trust them, maybe it'd be more fun...

    What sort of budget would you have then?

    SORRY! I can only affrord £3500

    But this could get me a one way ticket 2 America lol

    Come on people chuck more ideas into this thing

    I'm based in London if this helps (know any good places in London?)
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    Only £3500?

    Bloody Hell, if you think that's not much... :s

    Anyway, go to a west end show, a gig or clubbing, and go out for a nice meal too.
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    (Original post by Samara)
    SORRY! I can only affrord £3500

    But this could get me a one way ticket 2 America lol

    Come on people chuck more ideas into this thing

    I'm based in London if this helps (know any good places in London?)
    £3500 :eek:

    I think you'll find that three-and-a-half grand could fund several flights to America in September (probably the cheapest month to travel in, full stop).

    Rent a club and a DJ, invite all your mates, get absolutely sloshed. You could even have loads left for a nice tab on the bar - I like freebars, everybody like freebars. People do this kind of thing with £400, never mind a couple of grand.
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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    £3500 :eek:

    I think you'll find that three-and-a-half grand could fund several flights to America in September (probably the cheapest month to travel in, full stop).

    Rent a club and a DJ, invite all your mates, get absolutely sloshed. You could even have loads left for a nice tab on the bar - I like freebars, everybody like freebars. People do this kind of thing with £400, never mind a couple of grand.

    lol do u know how much i have been saving this money
    well i'll tell u since i turned 17

    These are really good ideas keep em comming

    What do people usually do on their 18th?

    Apart from drinking coz i ain't neva gonna touch the devils drink
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    (Original post by Samara)
    lol do u know how much i have been saving this money
    well i'll tell u since i turned 17

    These are really good ideas keep em comming

    What do people usually do on their 18th?

    Apart from drinking coz i ain't neva gonna touch the devils drink
    Fair enough, what I suggested obviously isn't on then.

    I'm a fan of the theatre idea actually. Nothing beats a trip to the theatre followed by belly-cheer in one of London's finer eateries.

    Theatre + Restaurant.
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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    Fair enough, what I suggested obviously isn't on then.

    I'm a fan of the theatre idea actually. Nothing beats a trip to the theatre followed by belly-cheer in one of London's finer eateries.

    Theatre + Restaurant.
    ..and still have loads left over.

    If you do that, £1000 would be really pushing the boat out.
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    (Original post by Samara)
    lol what shall i do for my 18th?
    I had a murder mystery party which would be fun as it is. But add lots of alchol into the equation and it was soooo funny. Until I was sick. But I would recomend the murder mystery party.
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    Otherwise if you're looking for something cheap just stock up on alcohol and go to a park for the night great fun. I personally recommend Primrose Hill steep hills and alcohol make a very amusing combination
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    Well i dont drink at all and i dont intend 2 even after i'm 18 so drinkings out the question

    but i really like the theatre thing it sounds grown up may be you have solved my problem the globe theatre sounds nice but is it open in september?
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    (Original post by Samara)
    What do people usually do on their 18th?

    Apart from drinking coz i ain't neva gonna touch the devils drink
    You don't have to drink just because you have a party with a bar

    For my 18th, I rented out a fab function room at a gorgeous hotel - one area with a DJ and dance floor, and another bar/lounge bit. I had 80-100 of my mates there and it was possibly the best night of my life. My boyfriend and I stayed in the hotel that night in a suite with a jacuzzi too I got sloshed at the party, but that's not the point Plenty of my mates were driving/don't drink and still had an amazing time! If you've got that kind of budget, you could have any kind of party you want in any venue that takes your fancy. Whatever you decide, just make sure it's something you'll never forget and enjoy being 18!
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    You could organise a clown to come round, or a magician. They're great.
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    Thank to every1 who wished me a happy bday not that any1 here did apart from the person i think who set this web page up but never the less i had GREAT birthday!!!!!! had dinner then went to the Trap club up London and invited 40 of my friends which was great
    BEING 18 IS GREAT!!! :cool: :cool:
 
 
 
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