What the heck is wrong with being a homebody? I mean truly. My friends complain from time to time that I never want to go out on the weekend. Which is true. However, I don’t really enjoy it anymore. I’ll go out on the rare occasion, but I just don’t want to be a regular these days. Why should I pay to have a mediocre time hanging out, when I can have a good time hanging at home for free? Don’t get me wrong, I love my friends and spending time with them, but I just rather hang out with them at my place, their place, or even a happy hour. Anywho, what are your thoughts?
-Get Me Home
Noticed you give advice on friendship stuff, and was hoping you could drop some nuggets of wisdom my way. Over the past few months I guess, I’ve really not been wanting to hang out in clubs and stuff. So when my friends ask, I’m always finding an excuse as to why I can’t go. Well a couple days back, one of my friends called me out on it. He said I never go out anymore and wondering why I’ve changed up. He kind of made me feel bad. Am I supposed to go clubbing just to please my friends? I mean what would you do? This is not a big deal right now, but just don’t want it to become one. Appreciate the help.
Getting Too Old
Would you tell a friend that he has bad body odor? I met a friend in grad school this semester, and he’s real cool. On occasion we go out happy hour and chill. Well last Friday was the first time we went clubbing together, and let’s just say it was a foul experience. About an hour after we got to the club, I kept smelling something. At first, I thought it was one of the many other people at the place. However, my nose led me to him. It was so bad. Not only was the smell nauseating, but I was embarrassed to be there with him. Heck, when we left the club to go home, I rode home with my windows down. It may be spring time, but it was nobody’s warm. I’m not sure how I proceed with him. Do I tell my friend he has an odor problem, or do I just never go to the club with him ever again?
Thanks in Advance,
Clean Air Only