19 Excuses You've Used As The Girl Who HATES Going Out

19 Excuses You've Used As The Girl Who HATES Going Out

It's OK to use an excuse once in a while, or every single time.


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.

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To My High School Bully, I'm Sorry For Everything

It hurt so much, but I've learned to let go and move on. I hope you do, too.


To My High School Bully,

High school was a time when we were supposed to be having fun. After all, it was the time before school got really difficult. However, it seemed that no matter what I did, whether it was fight with you or ignore you, somehow I always ended up on your radar of pure hatred, and to this day, I have no idea why. But do you want to know what the funny part is? We were friends in middle school, only a few years before your hatred of me started. Don't ask me how or when that began, because I honestly couldn't tell you. All I can remember is that I had to defend myself from your meanness for most of my high school career.

No matter the past, however, I've learned to look past all your mean comments, even when I thought that they had torn my entire world apart. However, this letter isn't just for me to air my grievances, but it is for you to understand how truly sorry I am for everything that I did to you to create so much negative energy between us.

I am sorry for saying those words that could have offended you.

However, I'm not sorry for justifying my own opinion and stating it during what I thought was an open conversation. At that point in life, I thought everyone was capable of having an adult conversation, but I suppose I was wrong. And, for that, I am sorry for assuming that you were able to understand something like that.

I am sorry for being angry at you for all those stupid fights over the internet, where fights truly weren't necessary.

Now that I've taken the time to better myself and rid myself of the social media bug that we were subjected to throughout high school, I've learned that taking a break from everything social media is a great thing to do when you are trying to find yourself and your own happiness. So I apologize that I didn't do that sooner and that you haven't had the chance to do so yet because it's obvious that you're still trying to find a way to make yourself happy and comfortable with your own life. I hope you find it soon because you will be forever grateful that you did.

Finally, I am sorry that I gave you someone to hate for years now.

I'm sorry that I was your constant punching bag that allowed you to walk all over them. I'm sorry that you found something new to hate about me every day. I'm sorry that you somehow can't wrap your own head around the fact that I am doing just fine without anyone from my past behind me. I really am truly sorry for everything that I could've possibly done that would anger or upset you, because it wasn't my intention. I pride myself on being genuine and loving, and if you couldn't see it, I apologize for not being me. However, I am also sorry for everything that you conjured up and twisted inside your own brain that made me the bad guy in every situation. I won't say it isn't fair or that I was treated unfairly, but that I am sorry that your life at that point was so terrible that you had to feed off of another person's misery to make yourself feel better.

I genuinely hope you are well, wherever you are, and that you remember me when you're famous one day. I hope you accept my apology and that one day we can be distant acquaintances because, after all of this, we can never really be friends. Funny thing is, I don't need your friendship to fulfill any goal that I've set for myself. I know that you'll succeed in what you're doing because, when I knew you, you worked hard for everything that you wanted. Here's to a big step in another direction, away from making fun of others. Please accept my apology and take this letter as a reminder to never make another person feel this way because, from personal experience, it really sucks.

Best of luck with everything.


The Girl Who Is Tired Of Being Your Personal Doormat

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