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Old 08-05-2004, 12:03 AM   #1
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What to do for a 40th birthday?

My husband turns 40 in late Oct. He claims he doesn't want a party (I can't tell whether this is really true). He does want to go away for a long weekend.

Any ideas ????
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Old 08-05-2004, 06:33 AM   #2
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I would go away for a long weekend ...

If you really want to do a "party," how about a small gathering of really close friends (maybe 8-10 people).
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or get remarried in Vegas
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or get a room at the Clarence in Dublin
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Long weekend


I just turned 40 - my wife turn 40 later this month. We are going for a long weekend with no kids!


Quiet time together is the best gift
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Long weekend

My Mum didn't want a party - she really meant it. She was convinced she was going to croak it when she turned 40 (she turned 41 yesterday and was more willing to celebrate).
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You could always buy him a Ferrari.

Or maybe a long weekend.
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Re: What to do for a 40th birthday?

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My husband turns 40 in late Oct. He claims he doesn't want a party (I can't tell whether this is really true).
Doesn't that make it tricky? Do they mean it or not...what if you don't have a party and they didn't mean it?
My husband will be 50 at the beginning of October and he's saying the same thing. Fortune just smiled on us though..someone at last is paying him to consult on installing a PA System at their house. It is one of our son's school teachers. He is planning a huge party, with bands and DJ's the whole nine yards, the same weekend as hub's birthday and he invited us along. So that took care of my worries in that department.

Are you families nearby? I'd opt for a weekend away with you hub, really treat yourselves and then maybe a dinner party with family and close friends. Maybe his mates have something planned too. I tried to let my 40th birthday sneak by, but my friends organised a night out.
Main thing is relax and enjoy....good luck 2U both
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Oh...did I mention he wants a naked long weekend?

BTW, love the idea of the room at the Clarence. Kinda relive our honeymoon in Ireland while we're at it.
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Oh? naked And a long weekend..?upsate ny? Head straight for one of those places..like a farm that might have a guest house to rent-for privacy! Of course, there is always a nudest camp! ha\lol!
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Oh...did I mention he wants a naked long weekend?

Well, that kinda answers your question in this thread
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Oh...did I mention he wants a naked long weekend?
Then by all means have a long weekend someplace where you have your own private jacuzzi (in the room!!)
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A loooong naked weekend at the Clarence...
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