13 Things to Understand About People Who Are Over Going Out

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Going out every weekend can get real old, real fast. It's not that we don't like spending time with our friends, we're just tired of the never-changing frat party and burnt out local bars. Sure, the occasional night out is great—but we just can't handle booze-filled weekend after weekend anymore. Instead of being frustrated with us, you have to understand the following: 

1. There are other ways to hang out with us

Shopping, concerts, movies... or *shocker* just hanging out.

2. We're not "boring"

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3. We're down to be your DD, but that's not all we're good for

4. There are more perks to staying in than you might think...

Like saving money.

5. And no hangovers

6. We don't judge you just because you still like going out

7. But listening to countless stories about blacking out can get old

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8. The occasional night we do want to go out is bound to be crazy

We gotta get it out of our system.

9. Not going out all the time actually makes you productive

10. We never have to deal with this...

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11. Begging us to go out all the time will only result in us coming up with excuses

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12. This is the most dancing we'd like to do:

13. If you ever feel like having a relaxing night in, we're the perfect solution

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Allison is a junior at the University of Kansas, studying journalism and creative writing. She is the National Health and How She Got There Editor, national contributing writer, and current editorial intern. She is also a writer for Elite Daily, Salary Shark, and The Mix at Hearst. Allison dreams of working and living in New York City, but until then, she channels her inner Blair Waldorf from the midwest. An avid Netflix user, she is always bouncing back and forth between shows like It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Grey's AnatomyAllison is obsessed with iced coffee and her English Pointer, Bailey.