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Birthday Party at Chuckee Cheese - Should I go?

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Birthday Party at Chuckee Cheese - Should I go?

If I go, how much should I spend on the birthday present?

Thanks RFD, without you making decisions for me I wouldn't be able to live day to day.
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I would go for the awesome Pizza.
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Just spend for your share and no one else!
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Good for the kids, but doesn't sound like this is a kids party (by reading between the lines). For the adults, the games are cheaper and easier than Dave & Busters.

The pizza is awful.
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Sounds like fun , you should definitely go. However, if your group is around 10 people in size, they tell you it will be a 40 minute wait , and your host is named 'John' you must turn around and go somewhere else immediately. All those are warning signs that you may be headed for some testosterone fueled antics in the parking lot.

Oh, and spend $0 on presents. If you're a true RFDer you'll have plenty of prizes/free stuff that you can wrap up and give to someone else (at least this is very true for me)
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nano wrote:
Nov 20th, 2012 4:52 pm
I would go for the awesome Pizza.
What toppings should we get?
240silvia wrote:
Nov 20th, 2012 5:06 pm
Go for the ball pit!
I don't think I would fit!
shopper_of_things wrote:
Nov 20th, 2012 5:13 pm
Good for the kids, but doesn't sound like this is a kids party (by reading between the lines). For the adults, the games are cheaper and easier than Dave & Busters.

The pizza is awful.
I didn't know I wrote enough to read between the lines.
sprung wrote:
Nov 20th, 2012 5:16 pm
Oh, and spend $0 on presents. If you're a true RFDer you'll have plenty of prizes/free stuff that you can wrap up and give to someone else (at least this is very true for me)
I can gift him packets of ketchup from McDonalds.
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I held a birthday party for one of my sons (years back) at the one at Ellesmere and Vic Park, or near there, I forget. Anyhow, what a dump. During the party, there was a small army of cockroaches munching away on some of the pizza. It was disgusting. Hopefully they cleaned up their act.
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DJ_Peanuts22 wrote:
Nov 20th, 2012 6:03 pm
It's

chuck e cheese

not

Chuckee Cheese
If I was close enough for you to correct me, your post is pointless.
deltone wrote:
Nov 20th, 2012 6:12 pm
I held a birthday party for one of my sons (years back) at the one at Ellesmere and Vic Park, or near there, I forget. Anyhow, what a dump. During the party, there was a small army of cockroaches munching away on some of the pizza. It was disgusting. Hopefully they cleaned up their act.
Vic park and sheppard?
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May I ask how old you are?
Thanks for the memories, RFD.
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Mr.Sea wrote:
Nov 20th, 2012 6:40 pm
Yes.
How old are you?

{some good reading right here folks}
Thanks for the memories, RFD.
Good-bye.
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