Last year for purim I went to my parents, and went to a huge family seudah in brooklyn at my cousin's place. Where my grandmother refused to talk to me the entire time, and on the car ride back I told my parents I was dating B (that was fun).
Today? Well I teach until 7pm, and after that I'm going out drinking...with a jewish friend...not for purim though, but because she broke up with her bf of 4 years last night. Why did they break up? Because she wants to marry someone jewish, and even though she has been dating this guy for 4 years and living with him for 3, she has to go out and see if she can find some jewish guy apparently.
To each their own I guess, but I feel really bad for the guy (who moved here to follow her to grad school a little over a year ago, and has pretty much none of his own friends here, except kinda B is friendly with himm but I don't think B would call him a 'friend' per se. Ack! I'm hoping this guy will go hang out with B tonight while I'm hanging out with my friend).
Other purim plans; tomorrow I'm going to grade a bunch of papers and work on my dissertation! yay!
In other words, no purim plans at all. I wouldn't turn down a hamentashen is someone put one in front of me though...although i wouldn't buy any, since the store bought ones always are so cheap and crappy tasting.