Do you feel lazy to go out?

Are you enjoying your night out? - Going out
@heatspine (1141)
Philippines
May 9, 2007 12:42am CST
I feel bad when my friends invite me to go out for a drink or a night out and I most of the time decline. It's not that I wanted to out with them, I just feel staying at home would be more comfortable for me. Is this a sign of my morphing into an introvert? Or do you also experience the same thing?
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@r4y_m4n (93)
• United States
9 May 07
well there is nothing wrong with not wanting to go out (unless you don't want to go out for like a whole month and your not even ill) if you juss don't feel like going out on that perticular date, then it's ok because im sure everyone has experienced it (except for those ppl who hate being home becuz they're restricted) i have done the same and my friends get all mad at me Just make sure you do go out once a month MIN (voluntarily)
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@heatspine (1141)
• Philippines
10 May 07
thanks r4y. your friends will do understand that you sometimes need to "hibernate" and just stay at home.
@aprilgrl (4460)
• United States
10 May 07
It doesn't mean that you are lazy it's probably that you feel more comfortable at your own home and not wanting to be with your friend for a drink or you just didn't feel like having a drink with them.
@KrisNY (7609)
• United States
10 May 07
LOL-- Just depends on what I did that day and what I’m doing the next. It is harder for parents- I can’t just drop everything and go out- But I do like to go out once in a while. A lot of times people will call and ask us down for dinner and cards- we love this we go as a family. When my daughter goes to her dad’s house- my sig. other and I go out. It’s not about laziness it’s about how busy you are.
@cynddvs (2950)
• United States
9 May 07
I rarely go out anymore. Since I've had my daughter I just enjoy staying at home. Every now and then I'll want to have a night out with the girls but that's mainly just for dinner and a drink afterwards. I had my party days before I had my daughter. Now the thought of going out drinking is just exhausting to me lol.
@jillmalitz (5132)
• United States
9 May 07
I find myself not wanting to go out any more. Everything is too expensive for us but even when we do I get bored listening to the stuff people talk about. I would much rather stay at home in the peace and quiet of my home.
@KissThis (3008)
• United States
9 May 07
I have never been much of a party person. I would much rather have a couple of friends over to talk to or play cards with. I don't care much for the night life or bar scene. I am much happier at home with my family. I think that it is a sign that you are getting older and your desires are changing.
@mizrak07 (557)
• Philippines
9 May 07
I've always been a homebody so going out especially at night is not for me. I go out with friends and family from time to time which I value as I want to maintain close contact with them. Going out for me is bonding time with people I love. If before you enjoy night outs and drinking sessions but now prefers staying at home more, I think it's not becoming an introvert rather just shifting priorities. Usually this happens to responsible family men (and women) who realize that these night activities are just waste of time and money which are best spent with the family.
@jbelle (913)
• Philippines
9 May 07
Yeah i experienced that also when my friends invite me to go out, before Im always into it but as time goes by I think Im sick and tired of it. So now I prefer to stay at home more safe and I can sleep anytime I want. And the disadvantage of going out is that you spend money too much. Better stay at home and have a house party.
@love7893 (12)
• China
9 May 07
yes .I am .do not think more about this .