What Attracts People to Parties?

So, today’s topic is discussing why people really need to party. It isn’t compulsory. We usually end up having a hangover, and it sure as hell isn’t to relax because you always dance loads or fuck (or be fucked) and this ends in you being tired so why do people enjoy it? (Of course I am referring to the parties of about 15-25 year olds, not adult or elderly parties)

Well first of all the atmosphere is generally seen as being nice. Everyone is acting like a prick, not giving a damn what anyone thinks  (unintentional rhyme) and overall everyone seems happy. Even though in reality everyone is merely pushing the weight of there life, and problems to one side until the next day.

There is also the idea of a ‘no rules’ place. You can (and probably will) break stuff. You can swear, shout, dance, fuck, get drunk, and do almost anything that you want, without much worry, and everything I just mentioned happens at almost every party as well, so it is like guaranteed freedom whenever you go there.

The final good side to parties is the social side of it. For a lonely low-life like myself, a party is a big deal. I never get invited to parties, and I really wish I could go to one. For me it would be a great opportunity to meet people, and, as I said, push all of my problems to one side just for a few hours. However, would I live a life always going to parties? No! Is what I have explained in this article really enough to draw people to a lifestyle of partying? I don’t see why. If you regularly attend parties, let me know why in the comments, and what draws you to the party.

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