who do you like to hang out with? friends or parents?
March 16, 2008 12:15pm CST
me, i love to hang out with my friends because i can do whatever i want. I can drink, smoke, dance and laugh as long as i can. And its totally fun. But with my parents, OMG! its so dull. I cant drink nor smoke. And there's no exciting discussions with parents. lol=)...
16 Mar 08
I love hanging out with friends and family. It doesn't matter to me at all. My family are like my friends. They party and we always have a good time. I think why most people don't like hanging out with their parents is cause the parents are more reformed sort of speak and don't do that kind of thing anymore. Mind you they were young once as well. You are the age you make yourelf seem. Once a month we go out kareokee with the parents and a few close friends that are like my brothers. Usually about 20 of us going. We have a blast together and we would never change that one Saturday night for anything. My parents act like they are in their 20's. Not only do they have fun but still responsible as well. That's how my brother and I are. We have grown alot wiser and better off in the years we have become legal to drink in bars/clubs because of who our parents are. Another way to relate to your parents on a friend level is doing things that you both enjoy. That is how our family has been for many years.
16 Mar 08
I'd prefer hanging out with my parents than my friends. I do drink and smoke but not that i'm looking for it everyday. I wanted to spend time with my parents as long as I can. People leave and I wanted to spend more time with my folks now that they're still here. Besides, my friends doesn't enjoy me much.
16 Mar 08
I love hanging out with my friends.. it's fun.. and we do normal things and absurd things together.. we dance, we drink, we talk endless about everything.. but then, i love specding time at home also talking with my parents and siblings.. we talk about politics, plans, etc. i learn a lot.. it's fun also at times, other times, it's serious.. so i guess it's hard to compare because conversations with either parties travel in very diverse roads..