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Why an Irish Exit Isn’t That Rude After All

fotos mujeres solteras cuba While you’re talking with your friends or family members, you get involved in not only the conversations you’re dragged into, but the drinks you pour down your throat. You start to realize (or not), the conversations are getting deeper, they get lighter and more fun. Someone shouted “one more” at the end of the gang circle. You’re at that stage of deciding whether or not to get that last one.  Shoot, someone just got for you. Ah, well.

And before you realize, someone shouted “one more” again from the gang.

Regrettably yet bravely, you choose to stay and have that “last drink” for the fifth time. Alright, no more, time to say goodbye.

Now, this is endless. You’re almost passed out and start to feel that the “last drink” was way too much, but what the hell. You wanna say all the goodbyes. Few of those friends are deep in some kind of conversation, you can’t get a word in. You jumped in quickly, phew. One gets annoyed for not finishing his last sentence. Goodbye. Bye Kevin. Yup, see ya later Sean and so on and so on. You move on to the next ones. God, they’re yapping like crazy, but don’t want to be a rude SOB…

We all know this story. For some, it happens every weekend in the pub or at their friend’s house. But here are the words we want to make bold – see url NOBODY CARES.

When you are at a party, had a few beers and decided to leave, the party will continue. The sun will rise, like it always does. Look, I’m sure you have lots of friends who consider you one of the main stars of the show. But if you are leaving a bar or a party, saying goodbyes is usually a big waste of time. Your friend’s time. Kevin’s time. Nicola’s time. Your time. Just a big time consumption when you are telling how much fun you had consuming overpriced drinks and being cornered by Kevin who talked about his German Shepherd named Penny, for 45 minutes.

This is not what we are digging into, though. This isn’t about leaving your friends and never speaking to them again to escape the mortal coil you brought on yourself. It’s simply about exiting a bar/party without exchanging frivolities. It’s way different.

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