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    What do you normally do?

    I'm having a bit of an argument with my partner because my friends engagement party is on this day! He usually has a big party with all his w@nker friends getting drunk, probably urinating in the pool :/ god knows! And I'm unaustralian because I'm asking him to attend this?!

    1- I don't find getting ridiculously drunk Australian
    2- I don't want to be around idiots 27 weeks pregnant!

    I think Australia Day means a BBQ, maybe a beer or two and the beach or something like that?

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    We go to the beach

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    OP, Id go to your friends engagement party and leave DP with his mates. Everyones happy My brother has a big shindig with his mates every Australia Day...massive event for them which none of them remember the next day Lol

    I dont do anything. I stopped going to the foreshore fireworks when I was old enough to drive and realised there was no way in hell I could be bothered dealing with the traffic.

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    I think we will either go on a family picnic or go to the beach. Just have to get a UV tent.

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    Picnic with some friends

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    Default Australia Day

    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    OP, Id go to your friends engagement party and leave DP with his mates. Everyones happy My brother has a big shindig with his mates every Australia Day...massive event for them which none of them remember the next day Lol

    I dont do anything. I stopped going to the foreshore fireworks when I was old enough to drive and realised there was no way in hell I could be bothered dealing with the traffic.
    This is why I'm annoyed I suggested he have a party before the baby comes & I go on my own... He hasn't organised a thing so I asked him to come he was like yeah okay then I hear him say I was nagging him

    I am totally into a BBQ at beach with a tent! Sounds devine.


 

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