Are you a home buddy?
• United States
23 Dec 06
it really depends on my mood ... sometimes i crave silence and only want to be alone...so i try to stay at home as much as ossible...other times i want to be around the people that i love..i really dont have many friends but i care greatly about the friends that i do have ...so likee i said it depends on my mood...anyway please give my comment a good trating if you liked it or at least apriciated it...thank you!
14 Jan 07
I am a home body for sure. A lot of people my age that I know always want to go out to a club or go out drinking. And that's just not my scene... I find clubs to be way to loud. And I find that you are unable to talk to someone when you go to a club. I have no desire to go to places such as these. I personally like to communicate with people & to me communication is impossible in a loud club. At least that is what I have found. I'd much rather sit down with someone for coffee, & have an intellectual conversation, then just going out to a club & getting drunk.. To me that's not only a waste of time, but it's also a waste of money! I would much rather go & rent a few movies, & then have a nice romantic dinner at home with my beloved.. Then going out to a club & having a few drinks.. I don't know I've always liked being in a quiet atmosphere then being in an environment that has a lot of noise. I find when a person stays home that they can set there own atmosphere, whether it be just inside watching a movie for example. If I want to hang out with friends.. I'd much rather have a few close friends over at my home. I find it to be cheaper, safer, & so much more comfortable. I find by inviting friends over to visit that it is more intimate as well, & that it allows for better conversation.
13 Jan 07
i am a home buddy. i find more fun spending time with my family at home and sometimes, alone. but i do spend time with my friends, too. like once or twice a month is enough for me. but i don't stay late outside at night. i see to it that at 10pm, i am on my way home for my own safety.