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    I don't have many friends, only 3 close friends (including my boyfriend) and a few I'm not really close to. I only really have direct family living in Northern Ireland. I wouldn't mind drinking but it isn't really an option since none of my friends want to drink. My parents aren't really okay with having many people over. (Or a few considering my friends are loud).
    I haven't done anything for my birthday in years but I want to do something fun this year. I don't just want to have a family meal at a restaurant or anything like that. Ideally I'd love to go to a theme park in England with either a couple of friends or family and my boyfriend, but his Mum is so overprotective and I really doubt she would let him go with me. Plus I don't know if any of my friends would really want to..
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    (Original post by Lilisea)
    I don't have many friends, only 3 close friends (including my boyfriend) and a few I'm not really close to. I only really have direct family living in Northern Ireland. I wouldn't mind drinking but it isn't really an option since none of my friends want to drink. My parents aren't really okay with having many people over. (Or a few considering my friends are loud).
    I haven't done anything for my birthday in years but I want to do something fun this year. I don't just want to have a family meal at a restaurant or anything like that. Ideally I'd love to go to a theme park in England with either a couple of friends or family and my boyfriend, but his Mum is so overprotective and I really doubt she would let him go with me. Plus I don't know if any of my friends would really want to..
    I'm in the same position as you, I don't know what to do for my 18th!

    A few things to start you off:

    Ask your friends what you're interested in doing together and decide from there. Or you could try and persuade to have your closest friends come round to your house. Maybe try different activities like bowling, going to the cinema, going to a concert, a festival or ice skating. Something that you and your friends will like as well as enjoying your birthday.

    If you can try and plan for the theme park trip, go for it!

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    (Original post by Lilisea)
    I don't have many friends, only 3 close friends (including my boyfriend) and a few I'm not really close to. I only really have direct family living in Northern Ireland. I wouldn't mind drinking but it isn't really an option since none of my friends want to drink. My parents aren't really okay with having many people over. (Or a few considering my friends are loud).
    I haven't done anything for my birthday in years but I want to do something fun this year. I don't just want to have a family meal at a restaurant or anything like that. Ideally I'd love to go to a theme park in England with either a couple of friends or family and my boyfriend, but his Mum is so overprotective and I really doubt she would let him go with me. Plus I don't know if any of my friends would really want to..
    I did **** all for my 18th, life just went on for good ol potato me
 
 
 
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