# Whats can I do for my fourteenth birthday.?!

Question: Whats can I do for my fourteenth birthday!.!?
Ideas so far are Hummer rides into Oxford!.!.

But we can only fit eight!.

I dont want to have an ALL girl party AGAIN!
So mabey somthing with boy mates as well!.

Im allowed it to be on my own so i might not need parents about xWww@FoodAQ@Com

Ice skating, cinema, shopping, sleepover, zoo, go out for a meal, party!. Just to name a few! Hope you have a great time!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Have a mall party

For my 13th birthday party I had a scavenger hunt at a local mall!. I invited 5 of my good friends (6 people in total including me!.) About 3 days prior to my party my mom went to the mall searching for clues to put on our "clue list" - which both teams would recieve the day of the party!. She then created questions for our clue lists!. Some questions were in the form of a riddle, so we would have to first figure out the store we had to go to!. For example she would write; "This store is named after a city - Go there and buy ONE 'Pocket Angel'" In a different event some questions were straight foward!. For example; "Go to Target and purchace a \$3!.00 pack of goodie hair pins!." And finally some questions required us to find information!. For example; "How many doors are there in the mall!?" On the day of my party all of my guests arrived at my house to meet before we left to the mall!. Once we arrived at the mall we were divided into two teams (this was done randomly by picking cards out of a deck!.) We also set a 1 1/2 hour time limit to find as much as possible!. In addition we figured an end point where we would all meet when we were done!. Each team was given a bag to carry, a watch, the clue list \*\*Each clue list was jumbled in a different order so teams would not run into eachother\*\* and \$20!.00 to spend on items to be bought!. My mom also took time to explain the rules and proper mall etiquette when searching!.!.!.After this we were off! When we finally ended our searching the winning team was awarded jumbo sized candy bars :) We all had a blast and everyone was commenting on funny things that happend during the hunt!. The party favors were all the items that we bought during the scavenger hunt; like earings, hair items, etc!. My party didn't end there though!. We headed off to a yummy italian restraunt where we had cake and opened presents!. Considering the fact that this party was fairly in-expensive and GREAT FUN I would recommend this to any teenage girl! I truly had a fabulous time and so did my friends!. We still talk about it today!

You could also go to build a bear workshop and each of you can make a bear!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

you could go bowling, go to a restaraunt, movies, mall, beach, whatever fun places there are to go where you live!. or if you are allowed to have a party at your house you can do a themed party and get music and fun stuff to do!. you could also do a scavenger hunt party!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Maybe go Go-Karting :)
it's alot of fun, and boys and girls can do it too!

Or go to a fair or an amusement park!.
Since its summer, maybe go to a waterpark :)

I prefer Go-Karting!. It's a lot of fun and maybe you can even have girls vs!. boys :DWww@FoodAQ@Com

for girls only:sleep over, spa day at a salon or at home, or dinner at a fancy resterant

for boys and girls: pool party, at a water park, or theme park, movies, or a dance party

i hope this helps ^!.^Www@FoodAQ@Com

Start with manicures - everyone paint their nails their favorite color!. Off to a pizza!. Then someplace else for dessert!. Then have te driver take you to meet the boys for soft drinks!. End with a sleepover and movies with popcorn!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Sleepover

Doesn't have to be that amazing! Just something simple you'll enjoy!.
If you want boys then bowling or cinema (pizza hut!!)Www@FoodAQ@Com

Blue Egyptian!.!.!.!.!.!.!.Great Suggestion!!!!!!!!Jackie bWww@FoodAQ@Com

have 4 girls and 4 boys and find a place iv heard of is bowling and skating on different sidesWww@FoodAQ@Com

LOTS OF ALCHOHOLWww@FoodAQ@Com

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