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Invitation [Dec. 13th, 2004|10:42 pm]
So the end of the year comes around, and with it, the traditional holiday of celebrating the transition between years. Once again this year I will be hosting an annual New Year's gaming party. Last year was lots of fun and very successful, so I'd like to invite all of you over again this year. Hopefully it goes without saying that the party starts on the 31st. Time wise, it'll probably start around 7, but feel free to drop by any time. Please feel free to bring along guests, food, drink, games, etc. Please also e-mail me to RSVP (So I can get a rough headcount), ask directions, or have any questions answered. I look forward to seeing you all then!

EDIT: For those who may not remember; I've moved since last year's party, and you might want to get directions to the new place....

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[User Picture]From: hfcougar
2004-12-13 10:09 pm (UTC)
What sort of gaming? Tabletop, card, board, RPG? Will your beautiful girlfriend be there?

So far I'm planning to go to the Buttery, but that's not set in stone. Like metahacker, not having to drive home afterwards is a factor for me (especially considering I have no car).
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From: asdr83
2004-12-14 01:48 pm (UTC)
I will be at the Buttery getting my traditional New Year's kiss from shprintzah, laurion and I do not spend this holiday together cause we're funny like that.
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[User Picture]From: hfcougar
2004-12-14 02:05 pm (UTC)
In that case, I bet you want to give me a ride to the Buttery (no offense <lj user="laurion"). Of course it may also depend on other factors as well (though I think the main one of those is going out of town).
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[User Picture]From: laurion
2004-12-14 04:05 pm (UTC)
Typically we have card and board games, video games, last year someone brought DDR, and so on. Not so much with the RPG thing, as they're not very good party games. As for anyone else being there, that's entirely up to them.
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