A party is sort of out of the question so I’m all out of ideas

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  • How about going to a day spa with your best friend and getting some pampering? Or maybe a new haircut, or a manicure or pedicure? Or how about a picnic at the beach? Or dinner or even breakfast at your favourite restaurant?

  • Dinner with family/friends at a restaurant of your choosing.

  • What about a nice dinner party? Invite as many or as few as you like, ask them to bring a plate or a bottle of wine. Easy peasey

  • Maybe a dinner somewhere with the people you care more for?

  • Maybe do what is most special and brings joy?

  • Not sure if its too late , but hope you have or had a lovely birthday . You dont need a wild party , even if its just having a few people at a cafe and pub is a good get togther . If you a a club member , meet at club close to everyone .

  • What do you love doing the most when you have your own time? Maybe go with that?

  • Maybe a fancy afternoon tea with two or three clse friends.

  • What do you enjoy doing? What’s your favourite food and drink? Who’s your best friend if you have one? Do something with your family or best friend. I stopped when I was 18. I find having a nice food n drink at a cafe following a good book is nice enough for me.

  • Champagne breakfast with ham cheese croissants and fruit platters and a little champagne/juice/mock tails Can have two guests or twenty up to you. But it’s different and easy.

    Goldclass movies with a bestie.

  • It is always nice to go out to your favorite restaurant for lunch or dinner to celebrate your birthday! Enjoy and l hope your day is special!

  • Oh I never do anything for my birthday, I’ve stopped after turning 18.

  • Do something you love whether that’s lunch with a couple of friends, a day at a day spa, a day engrossed in a book, a trip to the beach or movies or anything that you enjoy that you don’t always get to do.

  • Why not go to club or resteraunt to celebrate,depending on your income or friends could all purchase own meal!I suggested Club as they at weekends have band or some form of free entertainment too. Also meals are from inexpensive to costlier depending on order. Another suggestion is in park with BBQ facilities, or take a picnic everyone could bring a plate. My nephew did this in Sydney and it was a wonderful day and terrific view of Harbour from the park he chose. Happy Birthday

  • Theme park or treat yourself to a nice lunch or dinner somewhere you always wanted a meal at or go and be a kid again at Timezone.

  • A nice dinner or do something you enjoy and spoil yourself- have quiet time,a massage whatever you enjoy doing

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