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I can’t enjoy parties watch

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    I never get to enjoy parties and nights out because my friends are such lightweights who literally all started drinking 3 months ago and aren’t streetwise so they need looked after all night . I never fun I just have to sit alone with them after they’ve had their 3rd koppaberg and are pretending to pass out . We’re going out on Saturday and I reallllly want to pull and have fun but I can’t just abandon my friends because they make themselves vulnerable and embarrass themselves. What should I do ?

    Sometimes you just need to be selfish and leave them for a while cos if they’re pretending which they probably are then they’ll not do anything stupid. Also you could just say to them about it or just joke about it
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    Tell them you're going to enjoy yourself and you won't be able to take care of them or whatever if they become a drunk mess-they may think twice before drinking too much.
    Also be selfish, you've got to enjoy your life too, not just tailor towards theirs
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