How to go out alone
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How to Go Out Solo and Win The Night
How to go out alone as a man
There's a band you really want to see, but you don't have anyone to go with. It's a Saturday night. You feel like going out, but like many weekends before, you don't have any plans. You heard a local bookstore is holding a reading series, but none of your friends would be into it. Then the thought hits you, "Well, I could always go out by myself
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But that may soon change, now that heading out solo has the endorsement of bizarrely relatable model and prolific tweeter Chrissy Teigen. As someone who goes out frequently by herself and genuinely enjoys it, I occasionally forget what others find so off-putting about one of my favorite ways to experience life. In reality, though, no one notices or cares if you attend Oyster Happy Hour by yourself or with a table full of rowdy companions. For starters, have you ever wanted to try a new restaurant or activity but ultimately never got around to it because no one would go with you? Getting in that mindset is liberating. Sure, you can wait around until you meet someone who is also into the history of sideshow and fermented foods—but why wait to do the things you enjoy, regardless of whether another person is involved? This is especially true about traveling.
Going out by yourself as a man has many advantages. A real man is not dependent on others for his own entertainment. If you feel like going out and you have no one to join you, then that should not be a reason to stay at home and Netflix on the couch. In fact, going out alone can be more fun than going with other people. Ready to get out of your comfort zone? Be a man and go out if no one want to join you! There are plenty of reasons to go out alone.
Going out alone? Even scarier. The idea of going somewhere without the protection and company of your squad, or at least your mom, is enough to make you want to stay home and watch old episodes of The OC by yourself. But why should you spend your Friday night alone on the couch just because you're single, or because your friends are being lame? Believe it or not, going out alone can actually be really fun. Last weekend, I went to a nightclub by myself.