all these responces to a thread i made on a whim and no responces to the thread im actually curious about :(
Not guaranteed to be a hangover party. I used to play rhythm/lead guitar and sing in some rock/blues bands that were pretty popular around campus and we could crank some rock and blues without drawing the cops (small amps, hot guitars).Very true. Well, generally, just being adults works for that too.
:yuck: Sounds like a hangover in a bucket, or worse! :yuck:
I did go to a March Madness party once (neuroscientists and computer geeks, not physicists, in attendance...I'm not a physicist and have only recently begun hanging around with some ) where we watched old Simpsons episodes while eating lots of snackfood everyone brought (dips, chips, etc.) and only realized later we never bothered to watch the game.
Playing pool, card games, or making up new rules to board games is fun too. Some have dancing. Oh, or there was the one picnic/party where we played Calvin ball (you have to check out the old Calvin and Hobbes comic strips if you don't know what I'm talking about). And then there were the pool parties with skinny dipping after dark. (I think the physicists need to learn something from us biologists about how to throw a good party. )
Is this another thread where the small band of non-partiers has to defend themselves against the partiers?you're missing out. social interaction is a wonderful part of life that should be pursued for its own sake just like science. i implore to check it out
that guy was saying he's a social outcast and that is what motivated me to post that. I as well hate parties because most of them are just a bunch of people standing around in their own cliques drinking. that is why i was wondering what happens at the uncommon parties.Is this another thread where the small band of non-partiers has to defend themselves against the partiers?
I hate parties.
Especially ones with drinking, and, well, other things I favor other forms of social interaction than parties. Just because we don't like parties doesn't mean we're social outcasts? Well, probably a lot of us are...