Would you rather host a party of be a guest to a party?
Please explain your answer.
Guest. I could leave whenever I wanted to. If it went bad I wouldn't be blamed for it.
to be a guest is better
Being a Guest, you are free and less stressed.
you don't have to do arrangements, you dont have to keep your face always smiling, dont have to keep people entertaining and enjoying
Honestly Being a Host is challenging and when i have option, i would always prefer to be a guest
Although, i attend parties very rarely lolz
It depends, and I would say both.
I like hosting parties but I do not like the stress that comes with it. If the cause of the party is a good one, if it is really something I want to celebrate, it is totally worth it. If not, I rather hand out the opportunity and attend a party. Or optionally, co-host it with someone else.
I prefer to host, because I can escape to the kitchen whenever I want. I'm not a big fan of crowds. Also, the host has more control over the time and the food than the guests do.
I enjoy both. Even when a guest, I still help the host. I am just one of those people that like to assist others and see others happy
Host, absolutely. It's part of being a Domestic Ninja! I love to plan get togethers right down to the itty bitty details and then have people around to enjoy it. I also like the control aspect of it...there's nothing worse than being at a party that is going downhill and not being able to do anything about it!
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