Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Razerwire, Nov 25, 2009.
Host parties/Thanksgiving/etc or go to them?
If you're hosting, you're invariably attending, are you not? And I don't like attending either. There should be a third option saying you don't like to be there at all.
I like to host parties, but it's sometimes more enjoying to be just guest, because you have less work
AND you can leave if you can't be bothered any longer
Errr... You might want to reread the question, red4:
"Host parties/Thanksgiving/etc or go to them?"
As for myself, I don't usually attend thanksgiving parties.
attend but i do offer to bring something/ help out
I prefer to swing on a star.
No, I read the question just fine. But the OPTIONS are:
I chose NEITHER. However, that option isn't available.
Depends on what kind of parties we're talking about.
I like to attend, but I like to help out setting up the occasion.
Holiday parties, etc: Attend
Pants parties: Host
End of Line
I hate doing dishes.
Neither, but that's not an option.
Thanksgiving was other a month ago, dude. I think you need to check your calendar.
When it's family I like to host, when It's a party I like to be hosted so I can take a break from hosting so I get hosted and roasted without worrying about more hosting
I want to host ILD
*buys a gallon of tequila*
Carry Moon beans home in a jar?
It's where you celebrate and be thankful for the things you have. But you wouldn't have it in Scotland, you don't have anything to be thankful for. If you did, you wouldn't be living in Scotland.
... please don't hurt me...
I've never been able to draw the line between normal hosting and not having any fun because I'm too busy hosting. I've also been accused of over-pampering. Well if they don't want to be pampered, then I'll just attend their parties and drink all their booze.
Neither. I just get dragged to them anyway.
Separate names with a comma.