Why are some people so concerned with what I am doing that they really seem to let it bother them? And not even things that I am doing that aren't great. People get annoyed when we are all hanging out and I do not drink. Why in the hell is this a problem for anyone else? Is my non-drinking hurting you? No. It is not. In fact, it is leaving more alcohol for you (not that you probably need any more. Seriously, how the fuck can you drink every night of your lives?). I have never understood this whole thing. I do not particularly like to drink. So, I do not do it, except on a handful of random occasions when the mood strikes me. But, for some reason, this has always bothered people.
It's (usually) not like I am sitting there not enjoying myself. But the constant nagging of "COME ON, HAVE A DRINK!" does start to grate on my nerves, and piss me off to the point where I'm like "fuck it. I'll go home instead."
Please someone explain this to me. Why I can't just be happily sober. I would never pressure any of my "friends" to do something that they did not want to do. So why do they constantly try to do it to me? I almost understood friends being jackasses when we were younger. But now? We're all pushing thirty. Who the fuck still tries to peer pressure people at this age? It's seriously batty.