When you first alumnu from college, you take your 21 -year-oldparty habits into the real world.
The party starts at 9 pm in someone’s apartment. Once the clock strikes 11, you’re out on the town for the real party. The moment you enter a bar, you’re swallowed up into amass of people, sometimes losing your friends in the process.
At the end of the night, you have to fight to flaga taxi. When you get home, you’re utterly depleted, and your only objective is to sleep as late as you are able to the next day.
Because here’s the bottom line: Night partying is a Thing. It isn’t easy or spontaneous, it always needs a scheme. It’s a PRODUCTION and an depleting one at that.
But just when you’re losing your patience with nights on the town, you remember that it’s not the only option.
Welcome to the world of day parties.
As soon as you embrace the daytime section of your weekend, you realize you had been doing it incorrect all along. The day party is where it’s at, and you’ll never go back.
Without a doubt, the biggest advantage of the working day party is the flexibility to sleep. The median day party doesn’t start until after 1 pm and, unless you have the stamina of a triathlete, it probably will end by 9 pm.
That easily leaves enough time to get at least eight( if not nine or 10) hours of sleep, both before and after your Saturday or Sunday festivities.
When you’re out latepartying, you’re inevitably going tosleep inthenext day. And whenyou do wake up, the last thing you’re going to want to do is totry to burn off any calories.
But when you live it upduring the day, you have plenty of energy and time to made the gym. You’ll be catchingup on your TV proves while enjoyinga calorie-burning run on the treadmill.
If you’re at a bar at night, you might as well not even bother trying to find a spot with the right lighting for a group photo. It’s either too dark or too fluorescent. Half the group can be shrouded in darkness, while the other half is overexposed in harsh glares.
But when you’re sipping your vodka lemonadeon your best friend’s roof deck, you have no issues with lighting. You’re perfectly bathed in the light of your sun-kissed skin and shiny hair.
When you leave the bar at2 am, you have no choice but to call a auto. It’s simply themost efficient and safe way to get home, especially if your city’s public transport system shuts down on the early side.
But when “youve finished” your day partying, you have a plethora of options. You could take a reasonably-priced taxi or the metro. Youcould even walk if you wanted to. That’s money in your pocket for another round of vodka sodas.
Can you say you’re actually COMFORTABLE when you go out at night? “Going out”clothes are the most constricting creations the fashion industry could think up. Stiff shoes, button-down shirts, sequins. And that doesn’t take into account perfectly coiffed hair( and makeup for the ladies ).
But when you’re hanging with your buds during the day, anything goes. You can throw on that pair of shorts you wore earlier in the week and look totally appropriate. Sandals and sneakers are fully acceptable.
Day parties are all about taking people as they are.
When you’re out at night, there’s always something in the back of your intellect that’s nagging you to meet someone new. It’s totally ridiculous and unnecessary, but that seems to be where all of your actions lead.
But the daytime is a different story. Day partyingis where you bond with your friends.
You aren’t thinking about whom you’re going to chat up next. You’re spilling the deets about the person or persons you met last weekend. You’re complaining about your boss. You’re scheming your next road trip.
Day parties are where the real bonding happens between you and your friends. You order another vodka cranberry, spontaneously decide to move to another location and continue to build more memories.
What could be better than that?