If you're like me and hate going out any day of the week or even just leaving your room, then you know what I'm talking about. But don't confuse this with hanging out with friends. I enjoy hanging out with friends but going to the bars sounds like a nightmare. Maybe it's because I'm 21 now, and the fear of getting caught isn't there anymore, but to be completely honest, I was never really a fan of the bar scene. Or really anything that requires me to leave my bed.
So, here are 19 excuses you have likely used if you, too, hate doing anything.
1. "Oh, I have too much homework to get done this weekend."
School comes first.
2. "I'm going home this weekend, maybe next week."
Sometimes this is actually true.
3. "I'm too broke to go out."
They don't need to know about your secret savings account.
4. "I already have plans with some other friends."
Yeah, the TV show.
5. "I have a date."
With Netflix and some ice cream 😏😏😏
6. "I need to go to the gym early Saturday morning."
It doesn't matter if you haven't worked out in years.
7. "I just don't get that thirsty on Thursdays."
8. "I have roommate bonding this weekend."
Sure, playing the Wii can wait, but not to you guys.
9. "I'm pet/house sitting and can't just leave."
This especially works if you don't have any pets or know anyone with a house.
10. "I need to clean my room; it's a mess."
Always a good excuse.
11. "Can't, I have to go grocery shopping."
Because you know Walmart restocks on Fridays.
12. "I don't have anything to wear."
Classic girl line.
13. "Um, not in this weather."
Rain at 4 pm? No, thanks.
14. "I don't want to run into that guy I ghosted."
Unlikely to happen, but it could!
15. "My shoes will get ruined and I just bought them."
Yeah, three years ago.
16. "I had a long day and I'm tired."
One class can really take a lot out of you.
17. "I need to wash my sheets."
It's been months, but now it's imperative for them to be washed.
18. "I'm not in the mood to hear the same song for hours."
You gotta admit that the music gets repetitive.
19. "I just don't want to."
Sometimes, plain, old honesty is the key.