Great 13th birthday party ideas?!

Question: Great 13th birthday party ideas!?
Do something with your close friends!. Rent a ton of movies, a good variety, and get a ton of food that's easy to prepare, like stuff you can make in the oven (pizza bagels, fries, pizza, pretzels, chicken fingers, mozzerella sticks, ect!.) Have a movie night in your living room or bedroom!. It's always fun to do that!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

My most memorable bday was my 13th!.!.!.

It was a come as you are party!.!.!. so the parents were the only ones who knew (it was a surprise for me and for all of my friends)!. They invited about 50 people and after dinner (around 7:00ish) had the parents drop them off, gift in hand, at a small and cheap reception hall (some schools will let you rent their gyms for a very small cost)!.!.!. they had my sisters friends there to DJ (hooked up a discman to loud speakers and had them bring their fav cds)!. I asked about how much it cost (it was about 13 years ago and they spent about $300!.!.!. that was also their gift to me!.!.!.

With the economy the way it is, if money is tight, do a come as you are party to an ice-skating rink or something!.!.!. make sure the parents make their kids come EXACTLY as they are (if their hair is wet and messy and they're in their pj's, that's what they wear)!.!.!.!.

I still have pictures!!Www@FoodAQ@Com

Are you obsessed with something or really enjoy something!? Have a theme!. If you like bowling, take all of your friends the the alley!. If you like a certain movie, then have a bunch of friends over to watch it and have pizza, cake, etc!. Just find something you like, add friends and cake, and there you go!Www@FoodAQ@Com

Laser tag :)Www@FoodAQ@Com

Go to the zoo!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

get a 2 tear cake!
your a teenWww@FoodAQ@Com

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