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By JD300 - / Tuesday 22 December 2009 12:15 / United Kingdom
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That's incredibly stupid. Why would you cease celebrating being alive? No matter how old you are, it's good to gather for your birthday. Only someone who doesn't enjoy being alive would feel that way.

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Ok, I'll reply. @OP: Oh how horrible! You got to stay home and enjoy your birthday not going to work/school! Hey, you know how my birthday the last few years have been spent (like ever since I was 16)? School/College in the morning, and work at night. Do I feel self pitying? Hell no. Grow up. Once you're past like 13, you're too old to 'celebrate' your birthday.

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That's incredibly stupid. Why would you cease celebrating being alive? No matter how old you are, it's good to gather for your birthday. Only someone who doesn't enjoy being alive would feel that way.

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Umm... I don't see any point in celebrating yearly that 'I'm still alive'. It's not exactly an accomplishment, since you have no control over how long you're allotted to live. I mean I'm thankful that I'm alive, yes. But I am not spoiled enough to demand attention/food/presents for that luck.

Bollocks no snow in the UK is deep enough to be completely snowed in, invite a few friends who live close by to come round? By a few crates of beers? Have a laugh in the snow? FFS

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You need to take a look at some pictures of Cumbria then my friend! My mate from Uni lives in Kendal and she's taken photos of the snow and she's up to her knees in snow in one picture. It's absolutely insane.

I remember I had to sit in a car for two hours waiting for snow plows to clear the road. I ended up falling asleep. My brothers didn't even wake me up to go make a snowman! Eh, got to go sledding though!

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