New Year's Eve As Told By "Sex And The City"
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New Year's Eve As Told By "Sex And The City"

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New Year's Eve As Told By "Sex And The City"

New Year Eve can be a stressful time. There is constantly a debate about whether you want to go out to a party you haven't been invited to yet, or stay at home on the couch, watching the ball drop, and kissing your dog at midnight. New Year's Eve is definitely a time to go wild, and put past the year and start fresh! Who better than to describe the typical New Year's Eve night, than the notorious party girls, the cast of "Sex And The City"!

1. Waking up and realizing it is New Year's eve.

2. Trying to figure out what your plans are for tonight.

3.Searching for the perfect new years eve outfit

4.When all of your friends arrive and it's time to party.

5. Trying to pregame before the Uber arrives.

6. Finally getting to the party and realizing you may have had a bit too much too fast.

7.When you see your friends ex try to make a move on her

8.Seeing everyone around you getting a new years kiss

9.When the night is over and you realized you had the time of your life with your besties.

10.Waking up and realizing you need brunch in order to survive.

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