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    Its my 18th birthday in september. I want something really fun and memorable, but I dont want it to turn into a drinking event. I don't drink, I dont mind ppl drinking.. I just dont like the sort of parties which are concentrated on getting wasted.

    Any Ideas what I could do?
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    dinner with close friends?
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    drug party.
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    An 18th without alcohol is like a hot dog without ketchup; totally wrong!

    EDIT: Come to think of it, I only had one glass of champagne on the actual day :hmmm:
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    Meal.
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    (Original post by Lady_KaKa)
    An 18th without alcohol is like a hot dog without ketchup; totally wrong!

    I was just about to use an analogy of a car running without petrol, but this will do. Why a hot dog?
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    what the....
    So your not going clubbing i assume? You realise your 18 now yeah. Go to a stip club, thats what I done.
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    (Original post by abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz)
    dinner with close friends?
    This.
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    I went to a theme park with a number of my friends (tesco vouchers made it cheaper lol) then back to mine for tea, films, impromptu disco curtesy of spotify, and a sleepover Had a bit of alcohol but not major amounts cos everyone was too tired by then lol! Hope you have fun!
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    Have dinner. If you have a big party and don't drink, you'll get bored.
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    (Original post by Mr_Steve_Stifler)
    I was just about to use an analogy of a car running without petrol, but this will do. Why a hot dog?
    Hahaha I actually have no idea. First thing that came to mind, I suppose :yep:
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    Man up?
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    Dinner/cinema/bowling/picnic/swimming etc?
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    LMAO, this reminds me of that inbetweeners episode.
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    go to Saudi Arabia
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    (Original post by JosephinaMarley)
    Its my 18th birthday in september. I want something really fun and memorable, but I dont want it to turn into a drinking event. I don't drink, I dont mind ppl drinking.. I just dont like the sort of parties which are concentrated on getting wasted.

    Any Ideas what I could do?
    I too have this problem
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    (Original post by beth103)
    I went to a theme park with a number of my friends (tesco vouchers made it cheaper lol) then back to mine for tea, films, impromptu disco curtesy of spotify, and a sleepover Had a bit of alcohol but not major amounts cos everyone was too tired by then lol! Hope you have fun!
    That sounds really good. Thanks
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    I have this problem! So, I think I'm gonna have a shiisha party. :woo:
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    (Original post by Lady_KaKa)
    An 18th without alcohol is like a hot dog without ketchup; totally wrong!

    EDIT: Come to think of it, I only had one glass of champagne on the actual day :hmmm:
    WRONG!
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    one more for good measure

    WRONG!
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    I'm the same, probably just going to go for a meal or to the cinema. I think mine's on a school night though so my friend's can't drink even if they wanted to, so no complaints.
 
 
 
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