New Years Eve

There was one thing that my last post didn’t account for. One particularly, incredibly fun thing. New Years Eve. Now, unfortunately I can’t remember this night quite clearly enough to write a proper post, so instead I’m going to deliver it by poem. Hope you enjoy. 

It all started when…

The boys shouted us food
And once we were all in the mood
We downed our last cup
Fair to say we were ready to get “fuuucccckkeddd  up!!”
Headed back to our room
Where there were more drinks to consume (Baileys) 
Found Robert just in time
Threw down a few Vodka, lemon, and lime
Headed to Gecko Bar 
Thank god it wasn’t far 
Happy hour twenty-four/seven 
I think its fair to say we were in heaven 
Kyle and Peter raced with the beers 
Took a photo doing cheers 
Attempted to send Ali a snapchat
Never made it, our minds were so scat 
Partying in the hostel downstairs
Standing on tables, our arms in the air 
Bar staff poured tequila in Suzie’s mouth
Straight from the bottle, things started turning south 
With fifteen minutes to go, the bar suddenly shut down 
We were out the door quickly, and running madly around town
Pushing through queues to get to a bar 
It had been an awesome new years already so far 
My biggest mistake was shouting the shots
Seven tequilas costs lots and lots and lots 
We counted down together as the clock struck 
All My mind could think was fuck fuck fuck
A new year had started, 
But a good one had parted 
Midnight kisses were swapped and shared 
Innermost feelings were declared 
Suzie drank with the locals, 
I let rip some of my best vocals
Hannah swiped a beer from a crate 
Kyle and Peter’s dance moves were nothing but great
Went searching for food at two in the morning, 
Just as the locals day was dawning, 
Our livers we have surely condemned 
Lucky Kyle has two of them 
Covered in five layers of sweat, 
A night I can’t really remember, but will never forget. 

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