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I meant my beautiful daughter.What did you guys get up to? And do you enjoy them, or does it just bring home to you how much you'll miss everyone?Not that we are at that stage yet, but we're planning a thumping great p**s up when we leave.Why the wake like last leaving do Mc Mercer? Was it just because it was the very last do?Nobby, dont worry pal, we'll all vome see you off! You're buying though.Some people just love a drama.Leaving party?You can stick it where the sun don't shine!!! Originally posted by loose Those of you who've made the leap, what did you do for leaving do's in the UK?My mates and family are all getting a bit crazy about sorting leaving do's. If I'm gonna make the move nows the right time but its hard.Haven't really mentioned this before cos its a long story, and obviously very personal. She's the reason I didn't move to Oz over a year ago. Their wives (most of whom are good friends too) have got it on for me now - I reckon they'll be glad to see the back of me.All in all I reckon I'll need a liver transplant when I get there.Originally posted by loose You're right kittenlips its gonna be tough,i suppose we've got to stick with the optimism and just enjoy being with the people that mena a lot to us. I meant my beautiful daughter. Went through a tough old break up when she was a baby and have always seen a lot of her since. Hi LooseWe've taken the decision not to have a leaving do, amongst other reasons it's just something else to think about and organise! But we have booked a weekend in centre parcs with some of our closest and dearest friends for a good p*** up! and to spend some quality time with them! It's not easy saying goodbye whatever you decide to do.Anyway, bit off subject there soz. You're a brave man Loose, to face a tough decision like that and still think of doing what's best for all involved. other mates sorting golf weekend and weekend in the Lakes.bundy, sorry I didn't mean Mrs loose. So far the football team have got a race weekend lined up and a poss Dublin weekend (half of 'em are paddys).You're right, none of us really know each other here, and nobody ever knows the true circumstances of other people's lives, but that doesn't seem to stop some people on this forum from, as you say, sticking their oar in for effect.Bit worried too, I'm gonna miss my little girl so much I reckon I'll just spend the last few weeks a quivering wreck. I've got a couple of ideas for those closer to me.Originally posted by loose Those of you who've made the leap, what did you do for leaving do's in the UK?My mates and family are all getting a bit crazy about sorting leaving do's. The people that matter most know you're not doing this lightly, and are happy for you.all of our real friends did the same as us, enjoyed the time we were there, and many are in almost daily contact since we got here, wish we'd just kept it for them really, which we did on the very last night!!good point - I think the ones that kick of a little, or get all unneccesarily heavy, are not those closest to you.Those of you who've made the leap, what did you do for leaving do's in the UK?My mates and family are all getting a bit crazy about sorting leaving do's.What did you guys get up to? And do you enjoy them, or does it just bring home to you how much you'll miss everyone?Sounds good bundy. Mr Bundy works at one of the Cambridge colleges, so we're thinking along the lines of a sort of garden party. Couple of big parties for my huge extended (ooer) family.Hi loose,Me and Will both had a weekend away with our closest friends which was really great (well mine was, Will cant remember much of his )We also spent loads of time with those people over the last couple of months and I dont regret doing or not doing anything except having a great big leaving bash. I've got a couple of ideas for those closer to me. Not sure my mates would suit the garden party, but the family would love it. Very hard.it was horrible, though I'd really looked forward to it it was like a wake and was just the most horrible day and night! Thats the only bit of the whole process that I wouldnt do again. Couple of big parties for my huge extended (ooer) family. If I'm gonna make the move nows the right time but its hard.Had plenty of leaving do's that just involved us and friends having a drink and they were great, only the big do with everyone that was horrid, its silly too that the ones who made a big fuss that day arent the people we miss or have had any contact with us since arrival. That deals with the friends.No way am I having a goodbye party. Least I hope thats how it'll go. Reckon you're right though - I'll just stay trolleyed where possible. Of course it's going to be tough leaving your daughter behind - it would be a worry if it wasn't. other mates sorting golf weekend and weekend in the Lakes.I am going out with a few of my work mates before hand and I will organise a night out with my close friends and get totally sloshed and hopefully slip away at the end of the night.You can keep goodbyes,I am not looking forward to saying goodbye to family as I know mum and I are going to cry for England. Poor Loose. A lot of my mates are married, and seem to be using my leaving as an excuse to plan weekends away left right and centre. think I was a bit worried some of the more opinionated posters might stick their oar in when they know nothing of my situation.What did you guys get up to? And do you enjoy them, or does it just bring home to you how much you'll miss everyone?We've booked our local Walkabout (very apt - Oz Bar) for our leaving do, this is the friends party.Just me and my mate then down the pub ! Oh well, keeps it cheap I suppose cheers bundy - yeah there's been a lot of soul searching, but there are plans in place to ensure lots of contact and regular trips. They'll do what they can to make the final stages as good as they can be i reckon. Reckon you're right though - I'll just stay trolleyed where possible.Bit worried too, I'm gonna miss my little girl so much I reckon I'll just spend the last few weeks a quivering wreck. There's also rumour of a week in a cottage in the middle of nowhere for us and our closest chums where we will drink rum and remember the good times.alternatively you could just get so hammered that you barely know who you are, let alone where you are in relation to Mrs Loose!Originally posted by loose Sounds good bundy. And in a way you are offering your daughter a new life too as she will be able to visit Oz and it can become a part of her life as well as yours.Good luckYou're right kittenlips its gonna be tough,i suppose we've got to stick with the optimism and just enjoy being with the people that mena a lot to us.Bye for nowNat
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