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New Years Celebrations

Post  BeautifulEvil on Sun Dec 09, 2007 5:07 am

A new year is soon to come!

So what is everyone planning to do on new years eve?


I'll probably stay home and surf the web like always. Never enough time to research! Although it would be nice if somebody asked me to attend a celebration or something. I never get asked to celebrations... Sad

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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  sleeveless on Sun Dec 09, 2007 6:49 am

I always get asked...but i don't want to celebrate it with them....i hope I'm going to be home alone or very faraway from people i don't like...and kind of near the people i like Smile

Last year was good!!!

This year my friend asked me if i what to party with her on New years.... i say NO, she went mad..... Angry
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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  BeautifulEvil on Sun Dec 09, 2007 7:34 am

This year my friend asked me if i what to party with her on New years....

Heh, you know what that means right? Tongue

If she's hot, and if you're single, then you should GO FOR IT! No need of restriction and such. What the hell!

Of course, if that's not your cup of tea, then so be it!

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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  deviadah on Sun Dec 09, 2007 2:46 pm

BeautifulEvil wrote: If she's hot, and if you're single, then you should GO FOR IT!
I am not sure Sleeveless is a male... although you can never know for sure on the Net.

I usually go abroad over new years to some Muslim country that doesn't cause such a fuzz over it. I aim to avoid all traditions!

This one I will remain at home though!

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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  sleeveless on Sun Dec 09, 2007 2:55 pm

She is hot!!!!! LOL
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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  MythMath on Sun Dec 09, 2007 3:51 pm

Why not ring in the new year with her then...?

Like a wise man once said, 'Fuck Everything'... Tongue
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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  deviadah on Sun Dec 09, 2007 3:55 pm

Actuallt that is a point... is the new year ringing in, or the old ringing out?

A half empty/full glass kind of conundrum!

Confused

I think, for me, the old year is ringing out. I like to concentrate on throwing things away rather than what new crap I will receive!

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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  sleeveless on Sun Dec 09, 2007 4:02 pm

deviadah wrote:
I think, for me, the old year is ringing out. I like to concentrate on throwing things away rather than what new crap I will receive!

Third Eye

I think like that too but i hope I don't get the new crap!!!! Third Eye
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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  Gunderic Mollusk on Tue Dec 11, 2007 11:04 am

I tend to be a celebratory type, when the stars align. Halloween, as presented in the preposterous American fashion, is possibly one of my favorites, especially when able to throw oneself in entirety into a role and be treated as such. I spent it as Egon Spengler of the Ghostbusters with four other friends in NYC, and for all intents and purposes, we were those characters, regardless of the quality of our costumes.

The holidays that end up closest to the Solar cycle or the cross-quarter days end up my favorites. The aforementioned Halloween at 15 degrees Scorpio, and New Years belatedly praising the Winter Solstice. Regardless of planned celebration, something ends up happening. Last year, my friend and I did Tarot readings, and ended up sitting in the cold outside of a bar, watching the fireworkds and in general being strange, wizardly types.

This year... we'll see what develops, but I'm hoping for some more high weirdness.
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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  deviadah on Tue Jan 01, 2008 4:31 pm

Did everyones plans end up like they were planned?

Third Eye

Personally I had not planned anything and thus I had an uneventful evening alone...

LOL

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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  Gunderic Mollusk on Wed Jan 02, 2008 4:05 pm

Well, I had an invite to a post-apocalyptic black tie party, and arrived as the only person in costume. It's a little dull being the only brave one in the group. Too much hard liquor, too much smokin' of certain things, and the next morning met me with a horrid coccoon of hallucinations and hangover all in one. Poppin' into other timelines, at least how my mind's eye perceived it, almost constantly, until the headache finally broke at about 2pm EST, leading me to take the best shower in the world. The rest of the day consisted of pho, Superbad, and Twin Peaks. It was an experience, to say the least.
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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  BeautifulEvil on Wed Jan 02, 2008 4:58 pm

Personally I had not planned anything and thus I had an uneventful evening alone...

Same here, I went to bed around 12:05 AM. Pretty boring if you ask me...

Gunderic Mollusk, it sounds like you had a great time! Smile

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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  LadyHydralisk on Fri Jan 04, 2008 3:58 pm

I was a designated driver

I hate holidays
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Holy Days

Post  deviadah on Sun Jan 20, 2008 9:54 pm

LadyHydralisk wrote:I hate holidays
Welcome to the club... but I don't know if we hate them for the same reasons.

Holy Days!

Mass-brainwashing is what it is, spiced up with a little religious dogma!

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Re: New Years Celebrations

Post  Gunderic Mollusk on Mon Jan 21, 2008 1:13 pm

It's a matter of choice. I tend to enjoy certain holidays, and seem to be with the hoi polloi on the surface, but I'm usually pursuing some other agenda beneath the veneer. I like to see if anyone notices me wearing serpents on St. Patrick's Day.
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