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For those who are wondering I didn't throw a party not only because my parents did not want me too, but because my friends are destructive when they drink and have you ever seen a party with out alcohol I also kept the hose clean so that hopefully they would trust me and I could throw a party in the future
By justinkoch / Thursday 9 June 2016 16:33 / Canada - Moose Jaw
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By  kingdomgirl94  |  27

Damned if you do, damned if you don't. After erasing the porn from your Internet history, bring it up as proof that you didn't do anything all week. Unless of course, that would leave no evidence anyways. No judgement here.

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  Tripartita  |  43

You'd have to be online constantly for that to prove anything. "See, mom and dad, 5:00 - Facebook, 5:01 - Twitter, 5:02 - Tumblr, 5:03 - Flickr, 5:04 -Whatevr, 5:05 - FMyLife, 5:06 - ADDsymptoms.com, etc."

By  SixthSinEnvy  |  39

See, this is why you should have just thrown a party anyway. Parents always assume a party happened so you might as well enjoy yourself.

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  Welshite  |  39

I was that lame weird nerd in school, and used to throw epic pity parties. Me: "Hey, Welshite, great party!" Me: "No problem, Welshite. Thanks for showing up." Me: "I had to show up. We both know I'm your only friend." *weeps*

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  Tripartita  |  43

You could've come to my high school pity parties. There were excellent conversations about the nuanced differences between the fruiting heads of sunflowers such as Bidens tripartitas, Bidens frondosus, Bidens cernuus, and Bi—hello? Welshite?

By  justinkoch  |  26

For those who are wondering I didn't throw a party not only because my parents did not want me too, but because my friends are destructive when they drink and have you ever seen a party with out alcohol I also kept the hose clean so that hopefully they would trust me and I could throw a party in the future

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  SixthSinEnvy  |  39

So everyone who replied "you're too young for alcohol" never had a drink EVER in high school? Let's not be a hypocrite right now.

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A little experimentation is fine, but any 15 year old that requires alcohol to have a good time at a party has gone way off the deep end. Of course, I think anyone who remembers being a teenager will also remember saying dumb shit like that to look cool. Then again though, at my HS one girl smokes while she was pregnant, so I guess fuck-uppery is more common than most would think.

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my parents pulled the same shit on me, and I never did anything wrong in their house (elsewhere was a different story). but my brother, the favoured one, was left alone for days, he was the one to sneak girls in at night, steal dad's booze and get high in the house. I was the honest one, my parents never had any surprises with me unless it was coming straight from me. he was the pathological liar.

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  kingdomgirl94  |  27

If you and your friends have a history of partying with alcohol at 15, I'm not surprised they don't trust you. And before someone calls me a hypocrite, I didn't drink until I was 19 (the legal age here) and even now in University the only time I drink is Halloween and New Years. If OP was 17, 18, yeah okay that's underage but a lot better than 15. My little brother is 15 and if I caught him drinking more than just a little to experiment, I'd kick his ass. You've got lots of time to drink. Get a game system, a fuck ton of junk food, some good music and party it up without the alcohol.

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  nix1993  |  37

Even when I was 17/18 I never had 'parties' as such, but my parents always let me have all my friends over at least once while they were away, and there were about 15 of us all together. We'd generally watch films, order pizza and have a few drinks, and half the time they didn't even care if it was their booze we were drinking because we (mostly) didn't go nuts. What kind of 15 year olds can't go to a party without getting drunk and trashing the place? I wouldn't even be friends with those people.

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  DanielleinDC  |  28

It's one thing to have a drink under parental supervision (which I admit I did) and another to have a party with friends where everyone is underage and everyone is drinking. Yes, I've seen parties without alcohol. The fact that OP's friends can't envision one is indicative that 1) they're really immature and 2) it's a good thing he didn't throw the party.

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  ABlindMan  |  17

Yeah I didn't need alcohol when I was 15 to enjoy myself. I actually never drank in high school either. Granted I wasn't exactly a party person but nonetheless, there's absolutely zero reason why alcohol is necessary to "have a good time", especially at that young of an age.

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