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    Is it sad if i go for a run later tonight, with it being good friday? Ive no friends so have nothing else to do and i feel claustaphobic being stuck inside
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    Running is better than going out with friends.

    Better preparation for the apocalypse.
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    no why would it be sad?
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    If you wanna go for a run then go for a run, mate. Just be careful with it being dark and wrap up.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is it sad if i go for a run later tonight, with it being good friday? Ive no friends so have nothing else to do and i feel claustaphobic being stuck inside
    I don't think good friday is a day where there are lot's of parties and fun (after all, Christ was crucified today) so no not really...
    Go for a run, let off some steam, be healthy!
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    It's not going to be more sad than my life

    Do whatever makes you happy, who cares what day it is anyway?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is it sad if i go for a run later tonight, with it being good friday? Ive no friends so have nothing else to do and i feel claustaphobic being stuck inside
    No it is not sad at all. It's your life, just do whatever you want to do.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is it sad if i go for a run later tonight, with it being good friday? Ive no friends so have nothing else to do and i feel claustaphobic being stuck inside
    It's sad you have to ask on a forum!

    Go, sad are those who think they need a friend to do every little ****ing thing in their sad life!

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is it sad if i go for a run later tonight, with it being good friday? Ive no friends so have nothing else to do and i feel claustaphobic being stuck inside
    that's a good action on good friday
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    It's sad you have to ask on a forum!

    Go, sad are those who think they need a friend to do every little ****ing thing in their sad life!

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    I dont think that, ive done almost every little ****ing thing in my sad life without a friend. Other women seem to hang out together but i do everything alone like a saddo. I just thought with it being good friday it would make me a super saddo.

    I know what you mean though, asking makes me a ultra super saddo.
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    ofc not. make sure its safe though.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I dont think that, ive done almost every little ****ing thing in my sad life without a friend. Other women seem to hang out together but i do everything alone like a saddo. I just thought with it being good friday it would make me a super saddo.

    I know what you mean though, asking makes me a ultra super saddo.
    Nothing wrong with being introverted, independent, etc. I do things on my own all the time and often prefer it. If you're happy or comfortable being on your own then that's what matters. If it bothers you that much join a society or a club and find someone to do stuff with. Holidays aren't any more "sad" as you put it. It's simply because you're expected to be with people that makes you more conscious of being single-crewed.

    Chill out, man. Don't be so self-critical.
 
 
 
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