Partying with family or friends? Which one do you prefer?
Many have problems partying with family as they feel that it brings certain restrictions. Whereas, others may opt for family party as they feel it is the best time to rejig the familial bonds. What do you say?
I have a good time with my family, but I have an even better time with my friends.
Friends; my family doesn't party. Also I live in a different country.
I have always enjoyed combining the two. Friends are a nice addition to traditional get-togethers and fun plus they help temper the family dramas that sometimes arise.
i would rather party with friends than family members. They are some topics that you can't discuss openly within the family because they will gossip among the family members and get bombarded by another person. Friends are more open and casual. We can talk anything under the sun.
Partying with family is a great opportunity to know what makes family happy together but with friends one can have more fun without restrictions
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