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Johnoco

New Years Eve

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What you up to tonight? I'm off to bed soon for a bit of sleep then its a big party at mine later but family only. I normally don't bother on nye but this year is different.

You?

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Gathering of family at my daughters.Gone are the days of going on the lash into town,too much aggro.

Food is better,bar is easy to get to and conversation is far more inteligent,that is till about 10pm ;)

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Most over rated night of the year. I will do what I do every year - watch Jools Holland's Hootenany and then go to bed.

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Going to find a small pub somewhere and have a few quiet drinks. Went out in Headingley a couple of years ago, never again.

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making a nice meal for my wife.

at some juncture will call round at my neighbout Paul's gaff and play the blues for a bit and wish him a happy new year.

This whole thing does very little for me. I've had a superb Christmas with my family and friends. NYE is an anti climax and I'm fed up with supping.

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Most over rated night of the year. I will do what I do every year - watch Jools Holland's Hootenany and then go to bed.

Agree. Thats what I usually do.

I got fed up of having to pre buy a ticket to get into a pub, so that the idiots who hardly ever go out can get p155ed in a pub they never frequent.

I will stay home (actually my GF Mums Home tonight) and let some fireworks off at midnight for my 4-year-old (if she is still awake)

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Blimey....I'm not that big on NYE myself but it sounds like a night out with the local Methodists would be a riot compared with you lot. ;)

:laugh:

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Had some great parties over the years, but this year my wife is up early tomorrow for work. going to our Stu's for a meal and home by 10 o'clock.

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Two young kids knock going out on the head, so night in, decent tea, bottle of champers then whittle through as much of the xmas booze left overs as possible before setting off a token lantern for the kids no doubt at some point, then decent film, London celebrations on BBC and then try and find something funny to watch in the early hours, start the year as we mean to go on! Not very rock and roll at all.

Edit - In an unexpected turn of events, my good lady would appear to be supping and enjoying afternoon tea at Cloud 23 whilst I'm baking "Hello Kitty" cakes with a 4 year old whose quality control demands are far in excess of my skills having never baked owt before!

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Have a few sups in front of the TV until the fireworks have brought in the New Year then it's off to bed.

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Off to Prestwich golf club tonight, not my idea but at least I'll drink less than at home and we are walking tomorrow.

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I'll be out, doing my bit for the Chancellor.

Where you off? Not round Idle I hope....

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Going out for a meal with the family at an Italian in town, then will probably attend the pagan fire ritual at a neighbouring village. Then, when the evil spirits of the old year have been banished from all four corners of said village, will either go to party that someone will have invited us to by that time, or come home and watch telly programmes that we've missed.

Sleep.

Then, on Ne'er Day itself, we may go to the street party at Pitlochry. Traditional dancing, song, together with soup, bridies and whatever you can find to drink. Then may call on a few friends, wish them well, give and receive the traditional hugs and handshakes, before going home for traditional steak pie dinner.

2nd January - rest day.

3rd - back to work.

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i've worked nigghts and had a couple of beers after. Quick kip (hopefully) Then Takeaway (hopefully) than me cook a meal, wife will be in bed early as a bad time of year specifically for her, then I'll probably follow an hours after, after catching up on the top gear xmas specials that have been on Dave.

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Where you off? Not round Idle I hope....

Wibsey, same as most years

... and every week.

:)

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Where you off? Not round Idle I hope....

if your out in Idle have one in the Great Northern for me. It was a top gaff back in the day

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Party at our gaff, a few mates, a lot of alchohol and a few guitars. Blues, R n B, Rock n Roll, irish rebel songs, ska and Reggae.

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if your out in Idle have one in the Great Northern for me. It was a top gaff back in the day

Party at ours (any minute now) so not out but its still a decent pub. And they have just banned Eric Pickles, so it must be good.

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Th rest of the evening I'll be poking fun at those miserable feckers - you know who you are - on the main forum! :lol:

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Th rest of the evening I'll be poking fun at those miserable feckers - you know who you are - on the main forum! :lol:

Must be time for your posting the glass half full pic

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My mother got rushed into Doncaster Royal this afternoon poorly, she has responded to treatment so the pressure is off a little, I need to be on stand-by just in case I’m needed to take my father there so it’s a sober night for me.

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