GIRL ABOUT TOWN
Olivia Hughes-lundy is determined not to get dragged into Cuffing Season, but party season? That’s a different story Cheshire Life: November 2018
Idon’t think I have been laughed at quite as much as I have while trying to complete my challenge of ‘Go Sober for October’. It is undoubtedly telling what my friends and even acquaintances think of me given their reactions. I know you’re all dying to know how I got on… well I slipped up a few times but 28 days out of 31 is still a great achievement for me, believe me.
I didn’t get around to attending any of the group meetings for ‘Dominos and Crumpets’ in Crewe and extreme ironing for someone who doesn’t own an iron was always a non-starter, but my fellow flat mate and I did form our own group of ‘Nachos and Netflix’, which happened most Saturday nights (sorry, but this group is currently full and we are not taking in any more members).
Now it is finally November and I’ve been repeatedly reminded that it is ‘Cuffing Season’, which I really love the name of, excruciatingly romantic isn’t it? For the uninitiated, it is all about finding someone, sometimes anyone, to settle down with in the colder months, as it is apparently a time of year when no one likes to be alone.
It’s that time of year when you’re staying in watching countless festive movies that we somehow still seem to get excited about every year, taking long walks in Dunham Massey with the family pet dog and
“No having to keep up the act that you are the perfect future daughterin-law, instead it is time to fully embrace the party season”