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Should I Stay or Should I Go?

In Life on April 19, 2007 at 12:22 am

Okay, here’s a question I could use a little help with. I just got an invite to my high school graduating class’s (1982!) 25th year anniversary reunion thingy. I went to the 10 year with my girlfriend, who turned into my wife a short time later, and it was fun. But “fun” in a “huh, interesting to see you” sort of way, not in a “my God, we’re best friends still” sort of way.   I didn’t keep up with anybody from that, nor do I know anybody from high school anymore. I missed the 20th year thingy because my wife was pregnant with The G-Man.

Recognizing that the reunion will be in California, which means plane flights and all that, should I go? Is there anybody out there who’s gone to one and enjoyed it? Or hated it? Or am I, being so incredibly ridiculously old, the first one to venture down this path?

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  1. I went to my 10 year reunion, and while I remembered a few of the people that came, I realized, I didn’t really know any of the people from my high school. I don’t plan on going to the 20 year reunion in a few years.

  2. I actually have my 10 year reunion this year. I told them I would only go if there was a cake walk and bean bag toss!

  3. Don’t go. Why should you, if you don’t miss anyone?

    (btw, friend of Clizbiz)

  4. Okay, I talked to somebody from my high school (who’s not in my class) about this, and now I think I have to go. If only because I’ll probably regret if I don’t. The next day. I’ll be sitting around going, “Damn, I should have gone to that.” Of course, if I do go, I’ll probably sit around going, “Why am I here?” Maybe I’ll bring the bean bags and toss them at people. Thanks for the idea, tcd!

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