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New Year's Eve

The final day of the Gregorian year and the night before New Year's Day.

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A Quick Tip by lyssachttr

  • Dec 27, 2010
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Overhyped, overpriced, and not actually serving any real point or purpose other than marking the flip of the calendar. I've never really understood it as a holiday.
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review by . January 02
posted in WHAT CAN I SAY?
Okay, I'm a real oddball. I make those ridiculous things known as New Year's Resolutions, and more and more, I keep them even as they grow more outlandish and grandiose. They help me keep track of the things I've wanted to do and have accomplished in what timeframe, and what I have left to do. This year, I want to re-sculpt my boy, get my grades up, find a new focus as a writer and continue sending out more work, and visit another place I haven't been before. I had some high goals last year, but …
Quick Tip by . December 30, 2009
I can't wait to spend NYE in Tahoe! I also can't wait to be done w/this decade! May all of you have a safe NYE & get what you want in 2010!
Quick Tip by . December 29, 2009
A time to party and ring in the New Year! Drive safely and drink responsibly. I'll be at home watching the ball drop.
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Really loyal, a little more lippy than I'd wish, love love love the beach and all things tropical, sneeze freakishly loud, love the F word, came of age in the Midwest during the 80's, get a lot … more
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New Year's Eve or Old Year's Night is on the evening of December 31, the final day of the Gregorian year, and the night before New Year's Day.

New Year's Eve is a separate observance from the observance of New Year's Day. In modern Western practice, New Year's Eve is celebrated with parties and social gatherings spanning the transition of the year at midnight.

Many cultures use fireworks and other forms of noise making in part of the celebration.
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