10 Thoughts Every Woman Who Is “Over Going Out” Has While Out

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The club, the bar, a party, socializing in general… It becomes a whole different ball game as you get older. Throughout your 20s, you’ll try to do the same shit you did when you were 21 when you’re 24… and the same shit you did when you were 24 when you’re 27, and to no surprise, it won’t be the same.

Here are 10 thoughts you might have when you go out in your mid-late 20s. It just ain’t the same as when you were 21.

1. Is he cute… or is he 5-8 years younger than me? Everyone in this bar looks like they could be my age, but also like they could be my younger brother’s age. Is everyone in this place even of age? Because they could have fake IDs. I mean, I did… eight years ago. People should walk around with their ages branded on them so you know who to talk to and who not to talk to when out.

2. He/she is never actually going to buy the next round. Seriously. Don’t let me pay for your drink and tell me you’re going to buy us the next round when we all know THIS IS NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN. First of all, you and I both know that there probably isn’t going to be a next round because I’m going to be too shit faced off of this drink right here to want another. Second, even if I do want another drink after this one, you’re probably going to be gone by the time I’m done nursing this. And third, even if you are still around, YOU WERE NEVER PLANNING ON PAYING FOR MY DRINK IN THE FIRST PLACE. You just wanted me to pay for yours. I know how this works because I do it all the time. It’s not okay. It’s only okay when I do it.

3. This drink sucks. This drink tastes like a mix of cleaning fluid, water, and freshman year of college. I make literally the same drink at home before I go out and then I order the same thing at the bar, pay three times as much for it, and it ends up tasting like shit.

4. Will I look like a loser if I say I don’t want that shot? I graduated college five years ago. No, I do not want to take a shot. That doesn’t make me boring. That doesn’t make me less fun. Or does it? Am I old and boring now? Maybe I should take that shot. Everyone else is doing it. Okay fine, I’LL DO IT.

5. Don’t touch me. I am here. I am drunk. I want to dance. And I don’t want you to touch me. No, I can’t see you and yes, you might be cute, but you could also be 5-8 years younger than me (see: no. 1) so no. Please let me awkwardly sway my hips and throw my arms around like I’m fucking 21 again. Can I live?

6. I wonder if anyone else wants to go home right now? Dancing is tiring. Drinking is tiring. Life is tiring. How is everyone else actually enjoying this? I don’t know if I can pretend I’m having fun much longer. I really don’t feel like drinking anymore. And I want pizza.

7. Is my stomach popping out right now? Maybe I shouldn’t get any pizza. Maybe I shouldn’t eat anything at all. Ever again. Look at all the youths in their crop tops. How come I don’t look like that anymore? Ugh, and is my ass showing too? Are my jeans too low? I hate pants. Pants are the worst. I just want to be in yoga pants. I dream of going home and putting on yoga pants.

8. Do I look old? Do people here *know* that I am in my mid-late 20s… or do I blend in with the 21-year-olds? I definitely blend in with the 21-year-olds. That’s why two guys in their early 20s spoke to me tonight. I am young and I am hot and I STILL GOT IT.

9. My feet hurt. Like, really hurt. I want to sit. Where can I sit? Why is it that the only places you can sit while out are at tables that you have PAY FOR. I just want to sit. I’ll sit on the fucking ground if I have to. Or no I won’t – that shit is nasty. I guess I could just go to the bathroom and sit on the toilet for a few minutes. Is that weird?

10. Can I go home? I can’t sit. I don’t want another drink. I want to make sure I get an Uber before everyone else tries to get an Uber. How should I do this? Should I say goodbye or should I ghost? I guess I could say goodbye. What time is it anyway? It’s only midnight? Shit. I should ghost… I can’t deal with people calling me lame right now.

Samantha Matt

Hi I’m Sam. I made this website in 2011 and it’s still going. My first book, AVERAGE IS THE NEW AWESOME, is coming out in January (you can buy it right now on Amazon or from your fave bookstore!). I like pizza, French fries, barre, spin, more pizza, more French fries, and buying clothes. Writing is fun. Follow me on twitter & Instagram at @samanthamatt1... and on this site's meme account on IG at @20somethingproblems. OKAY GREAT THANKS BYE.

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