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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulcan View Post
    I understand, but I feel like I'm someone who isn't afforded that privilege.
    What do you mean? Like you feel like you can't do that for yourself?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    What do you mean? Like you feel like you can't do that for yourself?
    I feel like whenever I do that, I get judged. Or misinterpreted.
    This is not going to go the way you think....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulcan View Post
    I feel like whenever I do that, I get judged. Or misinterpreted.
    It comes with practice I suppose. I am almost never judged for it, nor misinterpreted. In the cases where I am I correct it outright and it isn't a problem.
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    @Hard I am currently sitting with the curtains closed, the AC on, and an app on my phone creating a simulated rainstorm, while I try desperately to convince myself that it's not summer.

    It's just barely keeping me from hating life, the universe, and everything.
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    Seems like everyone I know has family in the area who they're spending July 4 with. My only two options so far are:

    1) hanging out with my friend and her 85 year old grandmother
    2) going to a kickass concert, but completely on my own

    I really should just buy tickets to the concert already, but it's so incredibly long (more like a music festival; probably 1pm to midnight), and I feel like I'd need social time to keep my energy level up. Maybe if I only went for the second half?

    Ughhh why are my friends so laaaame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    I FUCKING HATE THIS HOT WEATHER THERE ARE NO REDEEMING QUALITIES TO IT WHATSOEVER DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE.

    I HATE SUMMER SO FUCKING MUCH.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    @Hard I am currently sitting with the curtains closed, the AC on, and an app on my phone creating a simulated rainstorm, while I try desperately to convince myself that it's not summer.

    It's just barely keeping me from hating life, the universe, and everything.
    I have my boxfan revved, all of the blinds closed, playing music and trying to distract myself with as much stuff as possible. Oh what I wouldn't give for a week of cold rain right now .


    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Seems like everyone I know has family in the area who they're spending July 4 with. My only two options so far are:

    1) hanging out with my friend and her 85 year old grandmother
    2) going to a kickass concert, but completely on my own

    I really should just buy tickets to the concert already, but it's so incredibly long (more like a music festival; probably 1pm to midnight), and I feel like I'd need social time to keep my energy level up. Maybe if I only went for the second half?

    Ughhh why are my friends so laaaame.
    I hate 4th of July, because EVERY year every single person I know goes on a trip with family, and I have absolutely no one to do anything with. Luckily I found out last minute that I can do stuff tomorrow, but seriously. Part of the reason I hate summer is because everyone goes away and I have no one to do anything with. This and Thanksgiving are my least favorite holidays for this reason. Though the latter I have managed to have luck with. I asked 6 different people in town and the response was the same "camping/coast/outofstate".

    Have you ever done concerts alone before? I did once and I did not like the experience because I was by myself. The only way to fix that would to be find people at the concert, but I've always hated doing that kind of thing in any situation as I feel like I am forcing myself into a network I don't belong in.
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    I wish I could blog about what I was thinking earlier but it just won't work, doesn't come out the way it was before-too dosconneted from it. And I kind of wish my blog could be moved to the graveyard, I kinda don't like how it pops up at the bottom there-any way to change this or is it a suck it up or just don't blog sort of thing. I mean no big deal, but yeah...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    Have you ever done concerts alone before? I did once and I did not like the experience because I was by myself. The only way to fix that would to be find people at the concert, but I've always hated doing that kind of thing in any situation as I feel like I am forcing myself into a network I don't belong in.
    I don't think I've ever been to a concert alone, because I was worried that I would spend the whole time in an angsty and self-involved haze. Not that that would happen. But it's a concern. I haven't been to a movie in the theatre alone, either, for the same reason.

    Part of me thinks it's worth a try. It's better than spending the whole day alone, doing nothing of interest. But ticket prices are pretty high and I want to get my money's worth. Plus it's general admission and I think a lawn is involved? So it would be ideal if someone else were there to save my spot if I ever needed to leave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I don't think I've ever been to a concert alone, because I was worried that I would spend the whole time in an angsty and self-involved haze. Not that that would happen. But it's a concern. I haven't been to a movie in the theatre alone, either, for the same reason.

    Part of me thinks it's worth a try. It's better than spending the whole day alone, doing nothing of interest. But ticket prices are pretty high and I want to get my money's worth. Plus it's general admission and I think a lawn is involved? So it would be ideal if someone else were there to save my spot if I ever needed to leave.
    If you've never done anything like that alone I think it's absolutely worth giving a shot. At worst you'll have good music to listen to
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