>For one thing I never experience birthday celebration in my entire life for some religious reason, so I can’t share any experience to all of you. But I have few friends who told me a story about their so called “sweet 16th birthday” experiences. Most of them didn’t really have an extravagant celebration because of financial excuses, however, accordingly the experience that they’ve had during those time were enough to keep them happy and of course their Sweet 16 Gifts were part of those memories as well. The memories like dancing with their father and guy friends were such a joyous thoughts, especially when they get to dance with their boyfriends whom some of them became their lifetime partner or marriage mate. Every time I hear a story like these it makes me giggle for them.
I remember, I used to watch the reality TV show called “sweet 16″, where teens got to celebrate their dream sweet 16th birthday party. Most of them came from a wealthy family and they usually invite all their classmates and friends to witness their big event. The exciting part of the show is when they get their surprise gifts from their parents, like, brand new car, dream vacation or they’re given the chance to go to school in their preferred country. I’m just not sure whether the producer of the show has something to do with their unimaginable presents or not. All I can say is that they were fortunate enough to experience those kind of huge event in their life that will never be forgotten. It’s a ones in a lifetime experience, you know what I mean? That’s why many teens these days feel like they miss half of their life if they don’t get to experience such an event. I guess its case to case basis, and for those wealthy people it’s easier for them to plan a huge 16th b-day party but for those people who belong to the lower class bracket I don’t think they will have a huge party ever.