Gen Y---the twenty somethings thread

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Wingtear wrote:Finland, or more precisely Åland :lol: Getting married on x-mas eve :mrgreen:
Thats soooo awesome! Married on X-mas eve and then spending New years @ Times Square...AWESOME!!!

ugh I got married April 15th (tax day in the US) so my hubby never forgets lol!!!
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MRK wrote:
Wingtear wrote:Finland, or more precisely Åland :lol: Getting married on x-mas eve :mrgreen:
Thats soooo awesome! Married on X-mas eve and then spending New years @ Times Square...AWESOME!!!

ugh I got married April 15th (tax day in the US) so my hubby never forgets lol!!!

thats funny my parents were married on April 15th and back then it was easter sunday as well lol. Christmas eve wedding is romantic!!
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^^^^Yep :mrgreen:
hubby demanded an easy to remember date, so it was x-mas or NYE. We got engaged on x-mas 2 years ago, so it suited us well. Now he just claims it's 'cos I wanna be sure to get gifts even if I've been so bad Santa won't bring any... :lol: Only problem right now is figuring out how to get the wedding pictures printed so we can bring them, 'cos I think the relatives wanna see yhem :D
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Hi, I'm new to this thread. I'm a 20 something college student.
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Welcome.
How did you come across the books?
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I had heard about them from a friend at work but my grandfather read Twilight (he didn't like it) and thought I would really enjoy the book. I was already reading another series but when I finished that series, I started reading Twilight, next day I had to go buy the other 3 books. I finished reading the series in a week.
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That seems to be the general time it takes people :D
i spent 1½ week, but to my defense I read T, NM and BD as pdf's because I couldn't wait for my books to be shipped. I really got a headache from all those hours in front of the screen, but it was worth it!
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Hmm, I managed to get all 4 at the same time.
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i didn't completely finish Twilight before I ran and got the rest, i knew once i was almost done that i had to get the rest.
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