This past weekend, I was invited to a party, but I wasn't really interested in going for various reasons. One of them being that the main activity was getting drunk (or so I was led to believe). It seems like that's all anyone my age can do for fun, and it really bugs me. I wish there were some kind of activity that most people liked to do that didn't revolve around drinking. I realize that will probably never happen, but whatever.
Anyway, the point of this post is to discuss the situation that I am placed in all too often: My friends want me to do something with them, but I'm not really interested in the activity. However, I like hanging out with my friends, so I don't want to disappoint them. What the hork am I supposed to do? The situation basically has two outcomes as I see it: either bite the bullet and go do something I'm not interested in, or stay home and do what I want to do, but feel terrible for disappointing my friends. It's a lose-lose situation, and I find myself in it all the horking time. For the few readers of this junk, I'm open to suggestion.
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