18th Birthdays Watch

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:hello: What is everyone doing/did do for theirs? I'm wondering because mine is coming up soon (well, actually it's not until mid-March but I have to think about booking somewhere soon!) and I wanted some cool ideas! I'm thinking maybe hiring a room above a pub or a hall. What does everyone think?
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IM NOT GONA CELEBRATE MY 18TH. I DONT LIKE GROWING. 18 IS OLD FOR ME. :mad:
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:hello: What is everyone doing/did do for theirs? I'm wondering because mine is coming up soon (well, actually it's not until mid-March but I have to think about booking somewhere soon!) and I wanted some cool ideas! I'm thinking maybe hiring a room above a pub or a hall. What does everyone think?
I had a joint party with 2 friends who had 18th birthdays in the same week, we hired a social club, shared the cost and made it better than it would have been because we had 3 sets of friends there, made us look more popular and filled the hall more than just my friends would have!! We had a bar and hired a dj, it was great!!
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I had a limo, went clubbing in London (tho I live here so I do that anyway), and my mates threw me a surprise party too.
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I went to the pub with some friends and for my boyfs sisters 18th we're going for a meal. She doesnt want to do anything big.
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had a room booked out at a dancing club (not a strip bar or anything just a place where girls learn to dance but it had a bar)
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Im not going to do anything for mine
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Mine's in mid-March too.

The provisional plan is (depending on the weather) get shedloads of picnic food and go to a nice big park, like Hyde Park or Regents Park and just stay there for the day. Should be just a nice day.

Or maybe go on a cheap day trip to the beach somewhere.


I'd hope to get a family meal out of it too..
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went out and had too much to drink :beer:

and was ill :puke:
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Ooh thanks everyone, I've got some great ideas! Maybe I'll do a big combination of everything anyone else doing anything nice?
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(Original post by Rose64)
:hello: What is everyone doing/did do for theirs? I'm wondering because mine is coming up soon (well, actually it's not until mid-March but I have to think about booking somewhere soon!) and I wanted some cool ideas! I'm thinking maybe hiring a room above a pub or a hall. What does everyone think?
I just went for a meal with t'family, then went for a huge piss up with my mates...


(p.s. The Mooney Suzuki are great! )
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(p.s. The Mooney Suzuki are great! )
Ooh you like them too! have you got their new album (my avatar)? It rocks, and so do you for liking them! I've seen them about 3 times, they're amazing live.
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I don't want a party- I only have a few friends and I'm hoping for a digital camera for my birthday, which is around £400, so I imagine if I asked for a party on top of that my parents would go mad.

my boyfriend will probably be around so it's quite possible on my actual birthday my parents will take us and my family out for a meal somewhere, and I'll arange to go out to a club in brighton or something with a few friends.

a couple of people I know have thrown parties though, both of which were fabulous. at the last one, he booked the most amazing cheesy dj who played the hokey cokey and agadoo and mcfly and busted and nsync! haha it was wonderful.
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Ooh you like them too! have you got their new album (my avatar)? It rocks, and so do you for liking them! I've seen them about 3 times, they're amazing live.
Got the new album, I'm liking it alot, only seen them live once, they were supporting The Kings Of Leon at Islington Academy, they were great, lots of fun, put on a really good show...would definitely like to see them at one of their own gigs one day.
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Yea, they're great as a support act but even better at their own gigs. Suppose they have more confidence knowing people are there to see them.
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mines on the 16th of this month still not too sure what im upto..hoping my parents will give me money to pay for about 25 driving lessons
i dont ask for much do i?
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i was in kenya so spent it working at a school and then on the beach and then to a kenyan nightclub which was nuts
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im havin a massive party with all my mates at a local hall
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My 18th was the first day we'd officially left school after our A-levels, so during the day I had a BBQ with my friends (in the pouring rain...typical :rolleyes: ) and then we went out in the evening and ended up in Brannigans...wwhich was an experience! I've not been back there since...
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awwww!nothings completely in our control...
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