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Emily33 July 28th, 2015 12:38am

When my boyfriend gets back in a few weeks, we'll have a lot to celebrate... my birthday, his promotion in the Marines, and of course, him coming home. What is your favorite way to celebrate big events in your life?

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sojourner present
07/29/15 10:48 am

Depends. If it's something the kids would celebrate with us - a nice dinner out. Just hubby and me - sex! 😘

mac Oregon
07/28/15 7:32 pm

Dinner and drinks/ favorite way to celebrate

mynamehere69 South Carolina
07/28/15 7:12 pm

Happy birthday and congrats to you both. Me, I like to put on the birthday suit.

briebb DC
07/28/15 4:41 pm

Get it in.

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SouthernLaw Old North State
07/28/15 10:14 am

Hoorah!!! Semper Fi! Your man has my thanks for his service, and you also have my respect. It takes a strong woman to be able to deal with him being gone doing extremely dangerous, yet very honorable work.

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PartyFree Nowhere in Particular
07/28/15 1:05 am

I'm all about making it a special night in. His favorite food/drink, a romantic setting, and no interruptions so we can focus on being together. Champagne isn't usually part of that, but only because neither of us are big fans of champagne.

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Tausif7 California
07/27/15 10:11 pm

A nice dinner, trip to the beach, bowling, skating, any date really

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LadyA Earth Explorer
07/27/15 8:09 pm

Wine or champagne, candlelight, romance 😉

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Rosebud Ohio
07/27/15 7:40 pm

I like going out to dinner and depending on the occasion, time with my family and friends or alone with my husband. Sometimes though relaxing at home is all the celebration you need. Just soak in the awesome.

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imanag My heaven on Earth
07/27/15 8:09 pm

I'm with you, Rosebud. Those are perfect ways to celebrate.

DrCarpenter Ann Arbor or Florence
07/27/15 7:19 pm

Nice dinner, cigars with scotch, champagne and strawberries, sex, and a good night's sleep.

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LostTexan42 Deal With It
07/27/15 6:50 pm

I know how I wanted to celebrate homecoming after a deployment… and champagne was not at all a part of it.

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bluerum29 optimistic idealist
07/27/15 6:41 pm

If by champagne you mean vodka then yes

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Zod Above Pugetropolis
07/27/15 6:37 pm

Cake. It isn't really a celebration without it.

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swjboucher Just Run
07/27/15 6:19 pm

Speaking as a Marine I would look forward to downtime alone with my love.

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dale41 Lets play two
07/27/15 6:00 pm

Fine Whiskey and a cigar.

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RVA Uptown, Fan District, RVA
07/27/15 6:00 pm

Champagne is great for celebrations...like NYE, birthdays, holidays, Fridays, any days...

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Emily33 North Carolina
07/27/15 6:02 pm

My thoughts exactly!

RVA Uptown, Fan District, RVA
07/27/15 6:13 pm

I have a bottle in the fridge. Don't tempt me. Happy Monday!

Emily33 North Carolina
07/27/15 6:24 pm

Well if it's already cold.... :)

joker145
07/27/15 6:00 pm

BJ's are a must

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Emily33 North Carolina
07/27/15 6:01 pm

My boyfriend agrees with you :)

joker145
07/27/15 6:40 pm

Of course he does!!! Do you???

ovcourse California
07/27/15 5:58 pm

We celebrate with food. A good dinner at a nice restaurant.

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Casper Deep inthe Heart ofTexas
07/27/15 5:52 pm

A weekend in a bed & breakfast in a town where nobody knows you.

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Aliggan China and Florida
07/27/15 5:52 pm

By working for the future and what more lies in store.
Champagne is good too.
Or just celebrate all the time; don't let anything not be a cause for good times, I guess, lol.

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Kay41 the Midwest
07/27/15 5:44 pm

I like to go out to dinner and try a new restaurant.

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