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LostNotFound
18-06-07, 01:33 AM
my birthdays coming so i want to do something extra special with him any ideas? we seem to have been evrywhere.

Steve2004
18-06-07, 01:47 AM
uhh. if you live around a river you can go tubing. if you live next to a beach you can go to the beach. You can go to laser quest. you can go out to dinner. to the zoo.

these are just things i'd like to do on my birthday.

vashti
18-06-07, 02:13 AM
Isn't *he* supposed to plan something for your birthday?

Kiechi
18-06-07, 02:49 AM
uhh. if you live around a river you can go tubing. if you live next to a beach you can go to the beach. You can go to laser quest. you can go out to dinner. to the zoo.

these are just things i'd like to do on my birthday.

What's "tubing"?

Steve2004
18-06-07, 03:38 AM
What's "tubing"?

jumping in a innertube and floating.

i'll take you next week. i gotchur bak k? lolz

daletom
18-06-07, 01:33 PM
Isn't *he* supposed to plan something for your birthday?Well, yeah, but sometimes the "he's" need a little help.

I believe you're in the U.K someplace, and I really don't know much about your shared interests, so it's VERY hard to make good suggestions.

When my wife & I were first married we had some rather successful "homemade parties". We'd ask a half dozen or so friends to come over, and we'd mix them up in groups to make homemade donuts, and homemade ice cream, and homemade caramel corn, etc.

One year for her birthday we visited several churches in the area, just to look at the architecture or art or historically significant things. We had to do some preparation to find out what was worth seeing, and whether they catered to (versus merely tolerated) visitors who only wanted to look. And it helped that the St Louis Cathedral has some of the most impressive architectural mosaics in the world - that was half a day in itself. But it was a cheap date, and exposed us to the cultures associated with other beliefs.

In some U.S. cities, "cemetery tours" are catching on. Sometimes it's done through a printed guide, or sometimes a real (live) person conducts them. You can spend anywhere from an hour to most of a day searching out the graves of famous, or infamous, people and learning a bit of their history. Often you get detoured to look at unusual tombstones or notable epitaphs.

Dale

LostNotFound
19-06-07, 12:18 AM
Isn't *he* supposed to plan something for your birthday?

he alwyas has the best surprises! he planned to make me euro disney - which is fantastic apart from the fact my parents won't know i'd be going with him so instead of lying we decided not to go.

he's stuck. im sesing he's stuck. and i want to do something with him rather than get presents. i never want anything.

Gigabitch
19-06-07, 01:02 AM
Take a dance class together- something sexy like samba.

vashti
19-06-07, 01:07 AM
Maybe you can look for an ethnic cooking class you can take together if you are looking for a one-time thing.

Happy birthday, BTW.