In or out?

17 messages
03/05/2013 at 16:55

In with as few people as possible.  I'm a really unsociable cow.  Got the internet for talking to people. My OH, dog, and hens are enough company 95% of the time.

03/05/2013 at 17:03

I am "out" 4 nights of the week with work so love my nights in doors at home maybe going out maybe once a week to socialise but am happy at home on my own with peace and quiet if I don't, going "out" as such doesn't matter to me as much now I am older..

Edited: 03/05/2013 at 17:04
03/05/2013 at 17:10

Is there an "in out, in out, shake it all about" option?


That's only dirty if your mind is.

 

And i'm definitely an "in" most of the time.

03/05/2013 at 17:23

i knew i was knocking on a bit when I started going into pubs with mates then turning around and walking out, asking if we "could go somewhere a bit less noisy?"

 

03/05/2013 at 17:32

I knew I was knocking on a bit when I wished still they called last orders at 11..I really have had enough by then and feel a right old fart when I get up ready to go home.

03/05/2013 at 17:55

Out, mon is swimming, tue is running, weds is running or hockey, thurs is running, fri is swimming.

What are friends again?

03/05/2013 at 20:33

During the week I have something on almost all evenings (mainly training, church home group etc.) and by Friday night and the weekend I am so knackered that I can't be bothered to do much in the evening. I do try to make the effort to go out to spend time with friends, but I try not to stay out very late. The reason is that I love starting the day early and spending half the day in bed trying to recouperate from the night before is not really my idea of fun. LOL I am sounding like an old lady, aren't I?

03/05/2013 at 20:42

no Timi, just a runner.

If you're well into your running, you soon realise that aimlessly hanging out into the early hours does nothing for your training!

03/05/2013 at 20:59

If I stay home, all I do is fart around and not get anything done unless I REALLY have to get something done and then I will do it. Did that make any sense at all?

I do prefer to be out with friends, at a gig, pub, travelling.....I'm out on the average 4 nights out of 7 and not planning of slowing down any time soon

 

03/05/2013 at 21:09

Bit of both but I don't like to be out too late and just going to the pub does nothing for me, it's a waste of an evening. I've always hated clubbing with a passion too.

I have been out this evening - at the spa. Coming out my leg muscles felt so relaxed I could barely walk

03/05/2013 at 21:20

KK: no!! They always want Chicken run! It's nice but every day is a bit much! and I get nervous!! 

Tommygun2    pirate
03/05/2013 at 21:48

Oh dear I maybe in a minority but  at the wrong side of 40 I still like going down the pub ,seeing my mates and having some banter. OK I don't go every night anymore maybe twice or three times a week. And I do come home earlier than I used to ....oh buggar I have turn in to my dad.

And the loud music whats all that about I want to chat not shout

oh but at least its cheaper to get pissed as it doesn't take so much these days

Edited: 03/05/2013 at 21:50
03/05/2013 at 22:19

Sorry thought thread was about belly buttons..........nothing for me here

05/05/2013 at 09:41

I have 2 kids under 5. 

What's 'out' again?

 

 

06/05/2013 at 09:35

Out most nights, training.  The rest of the time I would like to be out socialising but the lack of people I know in the area tends to restrict that.  Quieter pubs, cafes and restaurants are my prefered venues but I'm really not too fussed as long as I have good company

LIVERBIRD    pirate
06/05/2013 at 10:42
goldbeetle wrote (see)

Sorry thought thread was about belly buttons..........nothing for me here

As did I Goldie!

Out involves spending money. I prefer to stay in and drink expensive wine with people I REALLY like. And there's far less likely to be a major fight in my living room involving the police than there is going into Liverpool...

11/05/2013 at 13:10

I was sure this would be a lively political debate about EU membership.

 

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