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Posted 1/20/14
Yes, but those aren't the worst ones I have had.
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Being a hermit, I usually do.

Could be worse. I could be out in the freezing fog like I was in '12.
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Yes, nothing wierd about that?
Family just visits me and we eat apple pie
Not so bad
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Posted 1/20/14
I've never had a birthday party, so I guess I spend it indoors.
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I live in NY, and my bday is in February (checking.... yup, February). So yes, indoors, as temps during that(this) time of year are f**king cold.

-Minus, of course, the trip to and from the liquor store. I like to get drunk and stare at the fireplace, begrudgingly. It soothes me.
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all day, 'erry day
the last time I actually remember (vaguely) having a birthday party was when I was around 6 maybe?
I'm completely fine with it haha. My birthday's just another day...to me, that is. I appreciate getting the gifts and all that but location wise I really don't care to be honest... ovo;
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uh, yeah... isn't that normal
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Posted 1/20/14
Most of my birthdays are inside
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Spent mine in the Hospital last year, fun-fun-fun, had room service and all the TV I could watch.
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Posted 1/20/14
I always spend my birthday indoors. The presents and cake are enough to keep me happy, and I naturally prefer peace and quiet so big parties and events just aren't for me. Also, most people believe the goal of a birthday party is to get as drunk and messed up as possible. If that's your thing then go ahead but I don't see the point of filling my body with drugs and a hangover.
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Posted 1/20/14
Last year I spent it at work, I would have killed to spend it in my room
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Posted 1/20/14
Just about every year. I was born on New Years day so if it isn't drizzling outside, I usually still stay in to watch the rose parade and do some family celebrations. I'm also usually tired from pre-celebrating my birthday on New year's Eve.
Posted 1/21/14
I almost always never go out to celebrate my birthday, I never did on my 18th, 21st or 30th
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Posted 1/23/14
Pretty much every year since I was around 11 years old. Last time I can remember going out with a few friends or having them come over was for my 10th birthday. My family insists on going to dinner sometimes, but almost every year we just pick up the food and eat it at home. Honestly the day is bigger for everyone else than it is for me.
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18 / F / Balmer, Murlin
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Posted 1/23/14
Nothing unusual about spending your b-day inside. Most people don't make much of a fuss about it after their early 20's or so. I used to never go out for my b-day, though my mother would insist on having family over. These past two years, though, I did go out with friends. Going out is fun, but I'm fine with staying inside, too.
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