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    Hi !

    I was wondering, would it be considered weird to celebrate one's birthday 2 months after the real date ?
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    The only person I've heard do something like that is Kylie Jenner.
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    How would you celebrate?
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    Yeah pretty weird. Still go for it though, everyone loves a party. Just label it something else, not about someone's birthday.
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    (Original post by Bellamione)
    Hi !

    I was wondering, would it be considered weird to celebrate one's birthday 2 months after the real date ?
    My friend did this, her birthday is in May and she chose to do a party in August as it was summer and more flexibility.
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    (Original post by TheGoodPharaoh)
    How would you celebrate?

    I'd like to rent a room to have quite a big party (around 30), as I'm turning 18. Problem is I have to find a date suitable for everyone, at least for my closest friends.

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    Yeah pretty weird. Still go for it though, everyone loves a party. Just label it something else, not about someone's birthday.
    True ! Actually I could label it something else, because the point is having a great time with people I like, but still, I want it to feel like a birthday, not something else...
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    My friend did this, her birthday is in May and she chose to do a party in August as it was summer and more flexibility.
    Yeah, but celebrating in summer is a good excuse, while my only excuse is I struggle to find a date :/
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    (Original post by Bellamione)
    I'd like to rent a room to have quite a big party (around 30), as I'm turning 18. Problem is I have to find a date suitable for everyone, at least for my closest friends.
    Oh I'd say it's normal, I know a couple people who've done the same thing
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    Just do it.

    Although, you shouldn't need an excuse for a ****-up at your age.
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    (Original post by Bellamione)
    Yeah, but celebrating in summer is a good excuse, while my only excuse is I struggle to find a date :/
    Arrange it now, before the good dates are taken. Most people book in March/April time so doing it now will be easier but you may also find you can organise other things too.
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    (Original post by TheGoodPharaoh)
    Oh I'd say it's normal, I know a couple people who've done the same thing
    Yup, me too, and there's the problem : apparently, my friends and I decided to start our existences at the same time, so it's even more difficult 😂


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    Arrange it now, before the good dates are taken. Most people book in March/April time so doing it now will be easier but you may also find you can organise other things too.
    Yes, I think that's what I'm going to do ! Thanks for the advice !
 
 
 
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