38 Thoughts That You Have While Staying In
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38 Thoughts That You Have While Staying In

We can't always be the life of the party.

38 Thoughts That You Have While Staying In

We've all been there. Maybe it's a Thursday night and you have a bunch of homework to get done before the weekend and you really don't want to do it or maybe it's a random Monday and all of your friends decided that margaritas sounded good. Whatever the reason, some nights you just can't or really don't want to go out.

No matter how much you convince yourself, though, there's always a time during the night that this thought process hits.

1. "Wow, I have so much to do. I can't go out tonight."

2. "This is good. It's 9:00 and I am in sweatpants."

3. "Maybe I'll watch 'House Hunters' when I'm done with everything."

4. "OK, it's been an hour. I'd better take a study break and check Snapchat Stories."

5. "They look like they're having fun."

6. "They look like they're having a lot of fun."

7. "I kind of wish I was having fun."

8. "I definitely wish I was having that much fun."

9. "Is it too late to go out?"

10. "It's never too late to go out."

11. "Let me just text some people to see what's going on."

12. "Why are they taking so long to reply? They're wasting precious time."

13. "Everyone hates me. They don't want me to go out anyway."

14. "Wait, they replied!"

15. "What the h*ll is that supposed to mean?"

16. "I'm way better at deciphering drunk texts when I'm out too."

17. "I'll just have them send me their location."

18. "Now I just have to quickly pick something out to wear."

19. "I really don't want to put on actual clothes."

20. "Buck up, soldier. Pants aren't as bad as you think they are."

21. "Also, my hair is up."

22. "I could totally rock the party pony."

23. "I forgot that I wasn't wearing any makeup."

24. "I don't want to put that on."

25. "Just kidding, I'm not going out."

26. "I'll just lay in bed and watch '(500) Days of Summer,' I guess."

27. "I'm going to have to keep reminding myself not to check Snapchat, though."

28. "Or Instagram."

29. "Or Twitter."

30. "Or Facebook."

31. "I don't want to deal with the FOMO."

32. "I just bought some Girl Scout cookies. I'll eat a whole box of those instead."

33. "Wine goes well with Girl Scout cookies."

34. "I'll have a glass of wine."

35. "Or three."

36. "By myself."

37. "Whatever, I'm in bed. Who's the real winner here?"

38. "Me. I'm the winner."

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