Who had a shitty new years eve and still not over it yet?

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    Jan 03, 2010 5:59 AM GMT
    Hey Jocks,

    I went to a big Circuit Party for NYE and I was totally disappointed with how the way things turned out.There was just a foul vibe in the place. The first thing I didn't like was how stupid people were acting. With there E-tard faces,and sex crazed banter. Last year this party was the place to be. This year it was not worth a damn.On top of that the music was so boring. I tried to socialize but people treated me very poorly. I'm usually on top of my game. This event was not silk-friendly. my friends had my back thou which was good! Let the bitching begin!icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jan 03, 2010 6:00 AM GMT
    I had a mediocre new years eve, and I thought about it for like an hour after I woke up, before going to work on January 1st. I think I was over it in an hour and fifteen minutes flat.


    FML.

    MLIB.

  • HndsmKansan

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    Jan 03, 2010 6:03 AM GMT
    I just had a quiet New Years Eve party early, then came home. My bf wasn't here, but I made it a good New Years Eve. The reality is, its what you make of it, I always try and enjoy mine, whether socializing or just staying in.

    Happy New Year!
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    Jan 03, 2010 6:12 AM GMT
    New Year's is always overrated, and the bulk of people that I talk to never have a good time because of all of the hype surrounding it.
  • baldone

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    Jan 03, 2010 6:15 AM GMT
    waiting for word on sons girlfriend/and sons arrest or no arrest so was pretty lame...was asleep by 10..........gotta stop partying like that ....hahahaha
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    Jan 03, 2010 6:18 AM GMT
    NYE was pretty crappy for me, I had my wisdom teeth out the day before =/...however, I got over it tonight when I was at a party, and some conservative jackass had some less than tolerant words for me...lets just say that after I said my peace and drew quite a bit of negative attention to him, he left ashamed and unwelcome...that made my New Year EPIC...

    not my normal style...but it felt gooooood icon_twisted.gif
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    Jan 03, 2010 7:44 AM GMT
    NYE was ok, but NY dinner was a big downer.
    We prepared a huge meal for 18 people. We do that fairly often, so the logistics of it all are not a problem. But still after all the preparation, setting up the tables etc. the guests were so tired out from days of over eating and lack of sleep , it was like no one really appreciated.
    so next year they're getting a nutri bar each. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jan 03, 2010 8:01 AM GMT
    Plans were to be with the BF...go for Chinese , go to a private "BYOB" party with a couple bottles of Champagne and party the night away.....The reality was we had Chinese, and I got food poisoning. I was vomiting and just a total mess. We stayed home, at his place, on the sofa watching Anderson Cooper on TV, and me tossing my meal and everything in the toilet. I fell asleep on the sofa, with my head on Rob's chest. I never even saw midnight. I am still recovering from the food poisoning....feel completely wiped out, not hungry.....pissed that my holiday weekend was ruined by bad food.....yeah, HAPPY FUCKING NEW YEAR!
  • mynyun

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    Jan 03, 2010 2:01 PM GMT
    I celebrate my new year on October 31 but I went out and tried to enjoy the end of December 31. I had a drink and danced a little was groped and kissed by guys but by 2 or 3 am I was back at the house enjoying a nice book. A comic book. icon_wink.gif
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    Jan 03, 2010 2:19 PM GMT
    Mine was okay I guess. I just watched Julia child and jacques pepin make a turkey dinner on T.V , while I listened to bombs drop outside lol.
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    Jan 03, 2010 2:57 PM GMT
    My NYE sucked only in that I stayed up until 11pm instead of going to bed 9pm, as I had intended. The next day, I was tired and lethargic and ended up going to bed that night at 8pm.
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    Jan 03, 2010 3:27 PM GMT
    UGH my bf and I got stuck with a third-wheel friend and couldn't shake him. The night wasn't a total wash we weren't happy at all.

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    Jan 03, 2010 3:34 PM GMT
    We had a rude shock. New Year's was planned over a month ago, invited to be at a gay couple's home here, who were returning from Christmas at their New Hampshire home, where their legal civil union was about to convert to full marriage at midnight, January 1st. It was to be celebrated at their South Florida residence here. We turned down other invites to be there, to celebrate that special moment with them.

    So December 31st we're informed they're "too tired" after their trip from New Hampshire to do it after all. Which left us with no plans for New Year's Eve.

    How gay of them! I am still seething. That kind of social behavior simply isn't done. Except, of course, in gay circles, where irresponsibility is de rigueur.

    So we spent New Year's Eve at our home alone, opened a bottle of champagne, kissed at midnight, watched fireworks from our balcony. And I won't forget that gay couple who pulled the rug our from under us. Their exclusion from our social events in 2010 will be total.
  • Celticmusl

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    Jan 03, 2010 3:41 PM GMT
    I think the old adage "going out to the bars on New Years Eve is for amateurs" rings true. I usually try to keep it amongst friends and/or family. A party at a friends house is a perfect solution, and I j'adore everyone there already so no problems.

    However, when I am in a relationship, it is sometimes very different. Renting a nice hotel room in another city. One that hopefully has a new years eve package, and one that has late hours for the pool. Having a romantic dinner at a local establishment, and getting back to the hotel room at an early hour....makes for a great night. I honestly think New Years Eve is more romantic than Valentines.
  • baldone

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    Jan 03, 2010 3:53 PM GMT
    Celticmusl saidI think the old adage "going out to the bars on New Years Eve is for amateurs" rings true. I usually try to keep it amongst friends and/or family. A party at a friends house is a perfect solution, and I j'adore everyone there already so no problems.

    However, when I am in a relationship, it is sometimes very different. Renting a nice hotel room in another city. One that hopefully has a new years eve package, and one that has late hours for the pool. Having a romantic dinner at a local establishment, and getting back to the hotel room at an early hour....makes for a great night. I honestly think New Years Eve is more romantic than Valentines.
    i agree....new years eve is about new beginnings...it can indeed be one of the most romantic nights of the year..valentines day is all about love and bla bla bla but new years...is just something very special
  • Hunter9

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    Jan 03, 2010 5:17 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa said

    So December 31st we're informed they're "too tired" after their trip from New Hampshire to do it after all. Which left us with no plans for New Year's Eve.

    How gay of them! I am still seething. That kind of social behavior simply isn't done. Except, of course, in gay circles, where irresponsibility is de rigueur.


    you have every right to be livid... that is completely unacceptable
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    Jan 03, 2010 5:27 PM GMT
    I was drunk by 2 in the morning.

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    Dissarono (or however you spell it) with Sprite is like Cherry Sprite. Yay! I was actually suprised I allowed myself to drink, though. Usually I don't do it at all.

    And It doesn't take a lot for me.
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    Jan 03, 2010 5:57 PM GMT
    silkrock saidI went to a big Circuit Party for NYE


    There ya go!
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    Jan 03, 2010 6:02 PM GMT
    I did, literally. Had the stomach bug, starting on the the 30th. I think I'm finally getting over it.
  • swimbikerun

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    Jan 03, 2010 6:20 PM GMT
    Best New Years Eve ever! I met some really nice people, had a wonderful dinner with them and we chatted the night away, talking, being silly and getting to know one another. The best things in life really and truly are free!
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    Jan 03, 2010 6:44 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa saidWe had a rude shock. New Year's was planned over a month ago, invited to be at a gay couple's home here, who were returning from Christmas at their New Hampshire home, where their legal civil union was about to convert to full marriage at midnight, January 1st. It was to be celebrated at their South Florida residence here. We turned down other invites to be there, to celebrate that special moment with them.

    So December 31st we're informed they're "too tired" after their trip from New Hampshire to do it after all. Which left us with no plans for New Year's Eve.

    How gay of them! I am still seething. That kind of social behavior simply isn't done. Except, of course, in gay circles, where irresponsibility is de rigueur.

    So we spent New Year's Eve at our home alone, opened a bottle of champagne, kissed at midnight, watched fireworks from our balcony. And I won't forget that gay couple who pulled the rug our from under us. Their exclusion from our social events in 2010 will be total.


    LOL- oh you show them icon_biggrin.gif
  • Celticmusl

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    Jan 03, 2010 6:44 PM GMT
    Hunter9 said
    Red_Vespa said

    So December 31st we're informed they're "too tired" after their trip from New Hampshire to do it after all. Which left us with no plans for New Year's Eve.

    How gay of them! I am still seething. That kind of social behavior simply isn't done. Except, of course, in gay circles, where irresponsibility is de rigueur.


    you have every right to be livid... that is completely unacceptable


    Lol, well I was invited to a "block party" of sorts, with three different houses on the same street having the party. Turns out New Years eve night only one of the houses were able to pull through with the party. Everyone brought tons of food and drinks, and I actually got to eat very healthy that night because I brought 4 different kinds of hummus.
  • drypin

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    Jan 03, 2010 9:07 PM GMT
    We spent the day at the pool. I finished reading "At Swim, Two Boys" by Jamie O'Neill and was feeling a little melancholy (well, Irish literature will do that to you every time!)

    As evening fell, we found ourselves a restaurant that hadn't booked out with reservations, ordered a liter of sangrĂ­a, some tapas and some seafood.

    At the appointed time, we wandered over to the harbor and watched the fireworks arm in arm (dodging flying grapes... it's a Spanish thing), before wandering home and going to bed.
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    Jan 04, 2010 3:35 AM GMT
    mines sucked i didnt do sh1t icon_sad.gif
  • Melos

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    Jan 04, 2010 4:19 AM GMT
    I had a good one this year. My worst was three or so years ago:

    I blacked out shortly after midnight, chugged 3/4 of a bottle of vodka without knowing it and almost died, woke up with the worst hangover in my life, and my buddy's dog pissed all over my lap. Worst beginning of a year ever.