What do you usually do on friday nights/ Weekend nights?

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IstominFan
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05 Feb 2017, 9:43 pm

I have a pretty busy week, and most of my weekend activities take place in the daytime. Yesterday, I had tennis lessons, went out to lunch and went to work. Weekend nights are typically free



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06 Feb 2017, 9:06 am

I'm a teenager who cannot drive, you can only imagine the pain. I have no out of school friends, since my father moved out of my childhood neighbourhood. I sit on the computer, sometimes writing, sometimes studying, sometimes chatting. I feel like such a loner, but moping won't do anything. I just hope your weekend nights are much more eventful!


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06 Feb 2017, 9:42 am

For me, depending on how dirty my apartment is, I'll do some cleaning. I'll play video games with my little brother, watch youtube, maybe embark on a crazy hare-brained project(like building an electric guitar. :D).

I might go for a walk by the beach, if very few people are around. I also record music, so there's that. Maybe I'll even finish a song some day.

I pretty much do this stuff alone, as I have no friends, so yeah...



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06 Feb 2017, 9:47 am

On a Friday, I go food shopping, handle any other little chores, cook and then relax in front of the tv, read or listen to music. Saturday and Sunday evenings I cook and then relax in front of the tv, read or listen to music. I don't go out.


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06 Feb 2017, 10:28 am

Being disabled means every day feels pretty much the same unless I have to run errands. I do the same stuff all week long. Gaming, skateboarding, tv, books, computer time, phone games etc etc.



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06 Feb 2017, 12:56 pm

I go shopping, watch TV, play video games, stare into space and run around in circles.


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06 Feb 2017, 1:24 pm

Watch Hogan's Heroes if it's a Friday
Go on WP
Go on Facebook
Go on Amazon shopping sites
Visit my parents if it's a Saturday
Listen to German marches on YouTube


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