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So spil whar are you doing
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1m, 3w agoPosted 1 month, 3 weeks ago
So spil whar are you doing
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1m, 3w agoPosted 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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Going for a long walk
Drinking responsibly ;)
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Drinking and trolling
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mutley1
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I know. But when they start saying, hi sweetheart, it gets worrying. As a woman, i find this very intimidating to be put into this situation.
It would worryy me as well tbh.
By the way, did you just mention that you're a woman? Again? X)
You may joke all you like. I remember when i lived in london, i was on the tube going home one evening from work and this bloke comes and sits next to me and insisted on coming home with me and making suggestive comments.
I was scared to death that he would follow me home when i got off the train. Luckily he didnt do anything.
I also remember being on business in edinburgh for a few days a while back and as i walked home from the office to the hotel, i walked past this guy sitting on a bench, and as i walked past him, he said to me in a serious tone, 'you're lovely, would you like to come home with me?'. What?? As if i would ever say yes to this!
Another incident was when i was walking down the street one eveving in london and this car pulls up behind me. A bloke sticks his head out of the window and said to me 'hi gorgeous, can i pay you for sex?'. Of course i asked him what his credit card limit was;)
Maybe i look like a prozzy, but i certainly attract them X)
You must have that type of face that attracts odd balls X)
Either that or they need better chat up lines!
I remember one time i was on the bus coming home from work. This guy in a suit comes on the bus and sits next to me. He sits up really close to me and put his leg against mine and started to rub his leg against my leg. I asked him to stop and move away from me, and he turns to me and said 'you're lovely. Can i buy you a drink?'. I said angrily to him, no just please move away from me. He repeats 'you're so lovely, are you sure you wont reconsider?'. As if i would ever say yes to someone who has just rubbed themselves against me!
Another time, i was walking home from work and this guy comes up to me in the road as i walked along and says ' i have been watching you walk up and down this road every day for the last month. Can i walk with you?'. What???
Mutley, these are the type of weirdos you will attract dressing up in your wife's clothes and wearing her make up.
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Going out is a terrible idea. People's expectations are to high, they get drunk, then upset, then fight. Everything about the previous year comes to a head and it's never good.

There's a huge street party in my home town and it usually ends up with everyone wading knee deep in broken glass crying, while wearing fancy dress.

So prosecco and misc for me. Aren't you all lucky?
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being a man I find the rowdy binge drinking women quite initimidating on New Year's Eve & because i'm super attractive they always target me...

so, for my own personal safety, I'll be staying in & cleaning the fridge :D

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I am baby sitting
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Drinking and trolling
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Nothing.

It's always a massive let down, so this year I'm not going to bother to do anything.
2 Likes #4
Off to watch Celtic vs Rangers, then drink alcohol til it runs out
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Refreshing the new deal page, waiting for that killer deal to come through.
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I was planning on going out but works offered me a decent amount to work night shift! No idea what to do. I'm not really a drinker anyways and could always go out on NY day.
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Night out

Edited By: Akaptel94 on Dec 30, 2016 10:10: Hmm
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sleeping
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Toon_army
I was planning on going out but works offered me a decent amount to work night shift! No idea what to do. I'm not really a drinker anyways and could always go out on NY day.


​glad am not the only one people are always saying to me a Geordie that doesn't drink much?
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miles136
I am baby sitting

Have fun miles

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Well I'll be in Tynemouth and Whitley Bay making up for 'Toon_army' and 'mlear2006' having let the Geordie nation down (and I'm not even a Geordie). Shame on you two. I love New Year but it's been very disappointing in recent years. If you're not at one of the big street events, in a cozy wee village pub or anywhere in Scotland it just seems like another weekend night out.

A 'lively' Celtic vs Rangers match in the afternoon would set it all up nicely, ideally with both teams losing.
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Beer Fags KFC
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
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If there's another crazy HUKD party going on again this year then I will see you all here!
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.

You need a reason to celebrate with friends and family?

It's an optimistic time, a time for renewal and to start again however false that might be. Plus it's a time when everyone seems in a decent mood.
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.

Or birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas etc presumably. You must save a fortune on presents.
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
You need a reason to celebrate with friends and family?
It's an optimistic time, a time for renewal and to start again however false that might be. Plus it's a time when everyone seems in a decent mood.

That's my point exactly .... I don't need a reason to celebrate with friends and family.

I'm neither an optimist or a pessimist, I'm a realist.
1 Like #18
Happy to babysit on New Year's Eve, going out New Year's Day for a pub crawl with mates.
#19
ims2912
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
Or birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas etc presumably. You must save a fortune on presents.

But I don't wait for a tick of a clock to celebrate these occasions. Think about it, sometimes it's more convenient for the birthday person to have a celebration a few days before or after. You'd look pretty stupid dancing and shouting on the street on the 5th January for a New Year celebration.
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
You need a reason to celebrate with friends and family?
It's an optimistic time, a time for renewal and to start again however false that might be. Plus it's a time when everyone seems in a decent mood.
That's my point exactly .... I don't need a reason to celebrate with friends and family.
I'm neither an optimist or a pessimist, I'm a realist.

And this just happens to be a time when most people have time off.

Just enjoy it maybe?

Anyway we'll be going to a cottage some friends have rented for the evening. Not too far away but has a pool and plenty of things for the kids to play with whilst the adults celebrate with a modest drink.
1 Like #21
I'm going to a WWF (not the new rebranded WWE) wrestling themed party dressed up as Ric Flair hahaha :)
Supposed to be guest wrestling impersonators there ascwell as a ring to watch the impersonators wrestle and even have a go if you want!

"I'm Ric Flair! The Stylin', profilin', limousine riding, jet flying, kiss-stealing, wheelin' n' dealin' son of a gun!" -Ric Flair
3 Likes #22
I'll be saying 'Good Bl**dy Riddance' to 2016. What a crap year that was.
4 Likes #23
working till 12,then off to see Liverpool smash Man City.Then the local pub to get drunk and shake hands/kiss complete strangers at 12.Then stagger home about 4 am ;)
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
You need a reason to celebrate with friends and family?
It's an optimistic time, a time for renewal and to start again however false that might be. Plus it's a time when everyone seems in a decent mood.
That's my point exactly .... I don't need a reason to celebrate with friends and family.
I'm neither an optimist or a pessimist, I'm a realist.
And this just happens to be a time when most people have time off.
Just enjoy it maybe?
Anyway we'll be going to a cottage some friends have rented for the evening. Not too far away but has a pool and plenty of things for the kids to play with whilst the adults celebrate with a modest drink.

Of course! We will be meeting up with friends and family on New Year's Day itself, but I'm usually asleep during switch from one year to the next.
2 Likes #25
Praying for the new year to come. Honestly, this year cant go fast enough for me. :(
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ims2912
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
Or birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas etc presumably. You must save a fortune on presents.
But I don't wait for a tick of a clock to celebrate these occasions. Think about it, sometimes it's more convenient for the birthday person to have a celebration a few days before or after. You'd look pretty stupid dancing and shouting on the street on the 5th January for a New Year celebration.


I will indeed look pretty stupid when I'm still dancing in the street on the 5th, but what the heck, it's New Year. It might even be outside your house where I'll fall over as I'll have had far too much to drink through celebrating New Year's Day, my July birthday, the demise of Thatcher and the moon landings as 5/1/2017 was the most convenient date to do so (and if you complain I'll politely mention that the point you make in your second sentence completely contradicts the point in your final sentence then throw up in your begonias).
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ims2912
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
Or birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas etc presumably. You must save a fortune on presents.
But I don't wait for a tick of a clock to celebrate these occasions. Think about it, sometimes it's more convenient for the birthday person to have a celebration a few days before or after. You'd look pretty stupid dancing and shouting on the street on the 5th January for a New Year celebration.
I will indeed look pretty stupid when I'm still dancing in the street on the 5th, but what the heck, it's New Year. It might even be outside your house where I'll fall over as I'll have had far too much to drink through celebrating New Year's Day, my July birthday, the demise of Thatcher and the moon landings as 5/1/2017 was the most convenient date to do so (and if you complain I'll politely mention that the point you make in your second sentence completely contradicts the point in your final sentence then throw up in your begonias).

Will my Margaritas do :)
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mutley1
Praying for the new year to come. Honestly, this year cant go fast enough for me. :(
Don't wish your life away mutley.
1 Like #29
Cannot be ar#d with the risk of catching an illness from a crammed bar. I'm more content with a glass of red watching Jules Holland with a friends.
Then have a quarter marathon to run at 10am the next day.
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airfix
mutley1
Praying for the new year to come. Honestly, this year cant go fast enough for me. :(
Don't wish your life away mutley.

Very true mate. But this year has been so bad, i would gladly give this one a miss.
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
You need a reason to celebrate with friends and family?
It's an optimistic time, a time for renewal and to start again however false that might be. Plus it's a time when everyone seems in a decent mood.
That's my point exactly .... I don't need a reason to celebrate with friends and family.
I'm neither an optimist or a pessimist, I'm a realist.
And this just happens to be a time when most people have time off.
Just enjoy it maybe?
Anyway we'll be going to a cottage some friends have rented for the evening. Not too far away but has a pool and plenty of things for the kids to play with whilst the adults celebrate with a modest drink.


A cottage, with a pool, and hiring it for a single evening. The elements appear incongruous, but then possibly not if trying (too) hard to portray an idyll. HNY. :)
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airfix
miles136
I am baby sitting
Have fun miles http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-UcUN78twKQw/TcJzqQtz6vI/AAAAAAAAAAc/YDYk_XTYaC8/s1600/adult-baby.jpg

How very dare u post that pic i have told u i do not dress like that anymore
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Chilling on my own, promised a lift to a friend at around 2am.
Watch the council estates fireworks from a distant window, then watch them line up for the food banks next week.
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Saturn
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
You need a reason to celebrate with friends and family?
It's an optimistic time, a time for renewal and to start again however false that might be. Plus it's a time when everyone seems in a decent mood.
That's my point exactly .... I don't need a reason to celebrate with friends and family.
I'm neither an optimist or a pessimist, I'm a realist.
And this just happens to be a time when most people have time off.
Just enjoy it maybe?
Anyway we'll be going to a cottage some friends have rented for the evening. Not too far away but has a pool and plenty of things for the kids to play with whilst the adults celebrate with a modest drink.
A cottage, with a pool, and hiring it for a single evening. The elements appear incongruous, but then possibly not if trying (too) hard to portray an idyll. HNY. :)

Ah Saturn, you are silly sometimes.

That you think it's 'incongruous' that people could rent a cottage with a pool during the New Year period says more about your life experience than reality.

Would you like a link to some companies that provide such accommodation or are you able to put 'cottage pool rent' into Google without it physically exerting you?

Happy New Year to you and your's also. <3
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mutley1
airfix
mutley1
Praying for the new year to come. Honestly, this year cant go fast enough for me. :(
Don't wish your life away mutley.
Very true mate. But this year has been so bad, i would gladly give this one a miss.
:(
#36
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ims2912
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
Or birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas etc presumably. You must save a fortune on presents.
But I don't wait for a tick of a clock to celebrate these occasions. Think about it, sometimes it's more convenient for the birthday person to have a celebration a few days before or after. You'd look pretty stupid dancing and shouting on the street on the 5th January for a New Year celebration.
I will indeed look pretty stupid when I'm still dancing in the street on the 5th, but what the heck, it's New Year. It might even be outside your house where I'll fall over as I'll have had far too much to drink through celebrating New Year's Day, my July birthday, the demise of Thatcher and the moon landings as 5/1/2017 was the most convenient date to do so (and if you complain I'll politely mention that the point you make in your second sentence completely contradicts the point in your final sentence then throw up in your begonias).
Will my Margaritas do :)

Nicely.
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The usual : Champagne reception, 5 course dinner, followed by a band and fireworks at midnight. Though this time its a Spa hotel rather than a little cottage.
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Saturn
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
You need a reason to celebrate with friends and family?
It's an optimistic time, a time for renewal and to start again however false that might be. Plus it's a time when everyone seems in a decent mood.
That's my point exactly .... I don't need a reason to celebrate with friends and family.
I'm neither an optimist or a pessimist, I'm a realist.
And this just happens to be a time when most people have time off.
Just enjoy it maybe?
Anyway we'll be going to a cottage some friends have rented for the evening. Not too far away but has a pool and plenty of things for the kids to play with whilst the adults celebrate with a modest drink.
A cottage, with a pool, and hiring it for a single evening. The elements appear incongruous, but then possibly not if trying (too) hard to portray an idyll. HNY. :)
Ah Saturn, you are silly sometimes.
That you think it's 'incongruous' that people could rent a cottage with a pool during the New Year period says more about your life experience than reality.
Would you like a link to some companies that provide such accommodation or are you able to put 'cottage pool rent' into Google without it physically exerting you?
Happy New Year to you and your's also. <3


Thanks, I would love a link to a cottage with what I would assume is an indoor pool that can be hired for a single evening on New Years Eve. Hard to find a cottage (generally on the smaller side of building sizes - bigger ones are available, but rare) of a scale big enough to contain a pool suitable for evening use in mid-winter. Might give me a few ideas for future years. Look forward to the link. Cheers, HEAWD.
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I've never understood the need to celebrate the tick of a clock.
You need a reason to celebrate with friends and family?
It's an optimistic time, a time for renewal and to start again however false that might be. Plus it's a time when everyone seems in a decent mood.
That's my point exactly .... I don't need a reason to celebrate with friends and family.
I'm neither an optimist or a pessimist, I'm a realist.
And this just happens to be a time when most people have time off.
Just enjoy it maybe?
Anyway we'll be going to a cottage some friends have rented for the evening. Not too far away but has a pool and plenty of things for the kids to play with whilst the adults celebrate with a modest drink.
A cottage, with a pool, and hiring it for a single evening. The elements appear incongruous, but then possibly not if trying (too) hard to portray an idyll. HNY. :)
Ah Saturn, you are silly sometimes.
That you think it's 'incongruous' that people could rent a cottage with a pool during the New Year period says more about your life experience than reality.
Would you like a link to some companies that provide such accommodation or are you able to put 'cottage pool rent' into Google without it physically exerting you?
Happy New Year to you and your's also. <3
Thanks, I would love a link to a cottage with what I would assume is an indoor pool that can be hired for a single evening on New Years Eve. Hard to find a cottage (generally on the smaller side of building sizes - bigger ones are available, but rare) of a scale big enough to contain a pool suitable for evening use in mid-winter. Might give me a few ideas for future years. Look forward to the link. Cheers, HEAWD.

So apparently googling it was too much effort. Do wrap up warm this winter.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=cottage+pools+rental&oq=cottage+pools+rental&aqs=chrome..69i57.5503j0j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

FYI you'd be expected to rent for a period of at least 3 nights in most cases. Our friends have rented one for the evening but are spending the week there. Again, Happy New Year to you and your's and please do wrap up warm.
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DKLS
The usual : Champagne reception, 5 course dinner, followed by a band and fireworks at midnight. Though this time its a Spa hotel rather than a little cottage.

Sounds delightful (although be prepared to have to explain such an evening to those who might think it 'incongruous'). Reminds me of a few new years, but now priorities shift and I think I'm going to enjoy building the fire more than dancing until 3 in the morning.

Best wishes for your evening.

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