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I bet that this guy beats it: http://twitpic.com/1fr0na
I spent my 17th clinging to the side of a cliff over a freezing lake while someone recited the Lord's Prayer beside me.
Never been bettered.
Can't remember, I was busy repeating "I will not fear, fear is the mindkiller, fear is the little death that brings total oblivion" in my head...
I celebrated by walking 100 yards down the road to our local Spoonies, quite alone, and sharing a couple of pints with an aged Millwall fan who talked football, cricket, public house management (he once owned another pub nearby) and local business with me for a quiet hour.
The next day I returned with a CV.
Good times, great memories.
And they'll all say, in years to come
'He could have been a kitchen slave
On wages minimum'
I think that's a good answer.
I don't know which was the best, probably Amsterdam, because it's like a second home to me.
I stayed in my bedroom with a massive packet of chilli heat dorito's and 2 bottles of wine - it was a great night
also dubai although most of the day was spent on a plane back to england
when my boyfriend payed for us to stay at a five star hotel in Bath and we went to Longleat safari park on my birthday.
That guy may be in space, but his cake looks bloody rubbish!
it'll grow to the size of his head.
When I was 7 I spent it in Scotland, but I don't remember much apart from not liking the cake I was given, it had coconut on it. Who gives a 7 year old a cake with coconut on it?
It's great. All the rum you can drink and chicken you can eat, thumping soca, a rope swing and a plank. Shame I was only 9 and couldn't fully appreciate the rambunctiousness of it all.
for my 30th, after wanting to go for years. Beautiful country, and I saw a stunning aurora display on the night of my birthday.
This was before they started up with all this ash cloud bullshit.