New Year’s Eve out—a delight, or a drudgery?

    As we hit the end of a long string of holidays and parties from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, are you ready to throw in the towel, or are you ready to party? Sum up in six words your feelings about New Year’s Eve.

    We’re approaching the end of a long string of holidays and parties that runs from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day. Are you all partied out, or are you raring to go?

    Sum it up in six.

    Going out on New Year’s Eve can be exhilerating: the champagne toast, the countdown, looking for someone to kiss when the last bell chimes.

    It can also be a pain in the neck: bars crowded with loud drunks tooting noisemakers and wearing cheap “Happy New Year” hats, blaring music, yet another party to smile through.

    And let’s not forget all the mummers and the drunks on New Year’s Day.

    Would you rather stay in with some sparkling cider and Dick Clark, or do you live for that last hurrah of the year?

    Sum up in six words your feelings about New Year’s Eve.

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