do you like going to a party?
April 24, 2007 1:35am CST
I do not like going to parties,because there are always so many people,and sometimes,I do not know some of them at all,which makes me very embarrassed,for I am not good at talking to strange,I can not find an interest topic,so we all keep quiet.when listening else's laugh happily,I will be more embarrassed.I do not know I should laugh too or pretend to not hear? do you have the same feeling?share with us here!
28 Apr 07
Being an introvert (perhaps why we could stay in front of the PC for quite sometime than most), makes us a different party creature. I would rather not use the word "not like going to parties" as i am not adverse to it as well its just that its not my cup of tea for fun (or coffee - whatever). I do go to some that somehow a bit more official than just wanton frolicking. It just i have my own way of enjoying myself than be in a ruckus crowd, & if ever im onto one of these you just catch me in a corner not necessarily morose but i just mostly enjoy watching the happenings.
24 Apr 07
it depends on the type of parties. sometimes i feel like going to maybe wedding parties where i dont know many people, but just for the heck of it and also to air out my expensive saries and jewelleries, that i go to such gatherings. small parties, like birthday parties or anniversaries are usually among poeple who know each other. so attending such parties are not a problem.
• South Korea
24 Apr 07
i love going to a party with even though i don't know the people there .. and its not bad if your with your friends to that party. If you don't know the people ur friend might introduce them to u . I love meeting new people , i don't feel embarassed because honestly im a very talkative person and easy to get along with..
25 Apr 07
I like going to parties and I don't mind talking to strangers. I can usually strike up a conversation on most topics. The best way to start a conversation is to ask a stranger something about themselves. Everybody always likes to talk about themselves.