Ah yeah.. I am not talking about these fancy “Oh my Gosh, ready to parrtyy” privileged scenes.
Night outs for normal middle class people like us usually mean the entire no sun part of the day with our gang , away from any parent figure, and often concluding in a sleepover. Still, I’m pretty sure that the types of people are going to be almost the same.
The “Whole and Soul” of the group: These guys are crucial for the success of the Night out because they are the ones who keep the MOJO rolling.
The Storyteller: No night out is complete without them walking us down the memory lane, sharing juicy kebabs with gossip and telling a horror tale.
The Caretaker: The one who stokes the fire, makes the barbeque and the pegs, stops you from drunk dialing your ex, speaks to your parents on phone to assure them you are (not exactly) fine and gets you home safe.
The Guys in the Drunk Spectrum: This is a kaafi wide and ever changing range and includes people who topple off after two drinks
to people who are still rock solid after downing half the accumulated booze.
The midset includes those who either – cry the whole night,
laugh the whole night,
dance the whole night, puke the whole night or sleep the whole night.
The Blackholes: These guys wake up the next day with a big gaping hole in their memory and a bigger hangover headache.
and the Remember-It-Alls are more than happy to embarrass them with videos and photos and long exaggerating tales #AboutLastNight.
The One who is Online: The guy or girl who spends the night messaging and video calling their gf/bf. So now their partners are vicariously living the evening with everyone.
The Silent Observer: The one who is silently watching the whole drama unfold like it’s their weekend telly. They go low on the booze, smile appropriately on all the jokes and secretly file tidbits about you in their memory log.
The Night Owl: The one who can’t sleep all night and won’t let others sleep.
The Early Bird: The first one to wake up the day after and look surprisingly chipper.