Why Nobody Hang Out With Me?

My toleration level became so low that I rather trade a group of friends with a box of chocolate!  

 As suddenly I'm not immune to all the dramas happening around me. I cannot control my mouth like how I used to and I tend to blur out the brutal truth about others on how annoying they are. The older I get, the higher the urge to spend time alone became because of this.


For me personally, a group of friends means fun but then it doesn't end with fun as it comes in a whole package with drama as well. What happens when you're with a group of friends?

1. Yes "Master"
Most groups will have at least one "master" who will rule the group. If that "master" doesn't want to do something then the whole group will not do it. For instance, if the "master" wants to watch a particular movie then everyone else will follow and if I hesitate then boom I will be looked low upon as if I am an extraterrestrial!

2. Story Time
When you're in a group at least somebody has a story to share and what the rest will do? Listen attentively than they would have ever listened to their teacher in class of course! Usually, the "master" will start and when the "master" has no story to share up then the rest will follow up with whatever interesting things that happened in their pathetic life. If you don't listen that's it you will be the cruelest and inconsiderate person in the world! 

3. Give No Reaction? Get Out Of The Group
When you're listening to somebody's story in the group then it is a must for you to give multiple reactions like "Oh my god", "what the hell", "oh my", "really?" and much more to exaggerate the initial situation. For instance, "I forgot to take my dinner yesterday" and the rest will be like, "Really? *with wide eyes. You must have got gastric now!" This is to ensure that you're actually listening to them.

4. Be Loud or Be Gone
Most popular groups will have at least one or two person who is loud. It starts with a "hey" when they see the other group members but the "hey" can even be heard at the wormhole. That "loud hey" was just to announce to the whole class that " Yes, that's right we are here now bitches". If they are not loud then most people will not know their existence and most probably nobody could barely remember their faces as well. *I used to be very loud too *Oops 

5. Fight! Fight! Fight!
When you're in a group of friends, it's very important to protect your own kind. So when others try to defame you or your group member and the fight is so on! Even if it goes to hair pulling or bone breaking level, it's okay. It's you protecting your own kind, who cares about your own well being. The more damage you do to yourself, the more the group members will worship you. *Sarcasm at its best now 



So what's your own personal experience? Comment below and share if you can relate yourself to the post ;)

17 comments

  1. I've experienced this and my circle of friends have reduced now. Haha

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  2. sometimes we are too ego I guess?! Anyway its ok to be alone sometime

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  3. as we get older, our circle of frieds gets smaller and you find out who are your true and real friends..

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  4. I agree with Buxom Babe, the older we get, purging or friends do happens. The the remaining friends are the lucky ones. :)

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  5. I believe everyone in life face this journey too! Now I know how to face and overcome it, and true friends stay forever =D

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  6. I've never had many true friends, so it's difficult to relate. But I guess as we grow older, our priorities do shift.

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  7. That's so sad. However esp when it comes to travel I prefer to hang out with like minded people. Like a group of trekkers when it comes to adventure tips, heritage enthusiasts when it comes to historical places trip etc! That's better than friends who may not share the same interests!!

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  8. I used to have a 'group' or what we call here, 'gang', but since I'm not a fan of drama, I'm out and prefer to be alone :D

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  9. Sigh... I think this is like group pressure. If I cant get along with the group I would rather be alone.

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  10. True friends are certainly not easy to attain but once you have a select few, that would usually be good enough <3 Priorities do shift over time but at the end of it, you would want to be surrounded with like-minded people :)

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  11. i agree with this... sometimes it is your own company that is soothing... but there are times you definitely need to have a few choice friends around...

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  12. I don't really belong to any group too because I am not sociable, just be yourself and be happy :)

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  13. true friends are really hard to find these days. And i agree with what you've said. I rather be alone than to be surrounded by people who literally would "kiss-as*"

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  14. True friends is hard find and be ready to maintain the friendship when you found it. Being alone is my way after being hurt from a 'true friend' once where is hard for me to get a new one. ><

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  15. Well, we don't need many friends, just a few true friends are more than enough.

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  16. I always believe quantity over quality when come to friendship :) As we grow older, we will realise only true friends will stay as our friends no matter what happens :) cheers, SiennyLovesDrawing

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