What is the perfect New Year's Eve in Atlanta?

Gina: All your friends, a limo and the big hotel parties are the way to go. Stay at the hotel until about 12:30 a.m., and then go to the clubs. Go to an upscale club in Midtown. Get all dressed up. Get a hot date. If someone you know is not that hot, pick a new guy. Definitely want to go with someone with a nice body that will dress up very well to look good in the pictures. A good dancer who can drink all night, that's pretty much how I date.

Anthony: Spend it with your significant other. In my case, that's my wife. Glasses of wine, maybe watching the New Year's ball drop or the Peach Drop. Just spend it with somebody you care about at home. Being out with the crowd is just silly to me. There's something about crowds that diminish what otherwise could be a good moment. New Year's is something to be shared with someone you care about and just to sit there and be corny.

Corey: Hanging out with a bunch of people at a house party. A bunch of drunk retards. Most likely I'll be one of them, completely out of mind. Most of the time you start liking the people around you, even if you don't, and it spreads the love better. Even if you hate them, you can love them when you're intoxicated. To stay home, you love yourself and that's about it. On New Year's, you want to start out with love, because you'll end the year with love.



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