You eat until you hate yourself.
Sure, the food LOOKS amazing. Why not indulge during the holiday season. But now you feel awful and you’re surrounded by extended family…a deadly combination!
Your room has magically been transformed into your parent’s gym
First, it was an elliptical machine. Then, a few dumb bells. Now there’s not even enough room to put your bags down!
You can’t turn on the tv without seeing a christmas story on.
Admit it, you’re 100% OK with this.
You realize how pathetic your fridge at home is.
At this age, having a well-stocked fridge is rare. From an array of drinks to all that crap you ate in high school, a fully-supplied fridge is one of the greatest advantages of being home for Christmas…It also makes getting “drunk food” that much better.
Be subjected to some of the most boring stories about your extended family.
Please, tell me that exciting tales of how Aunt Sally got her Kitchen repainted…ugh, nauseating.
Teaching your parents about technology.
Face it. Your parents are going to ask you an endless amount of questions involving their iPhone/iPad/Whatever piece of technology they’re currently struggling with…man up and take it.
Having your clothes washed and ironed for you.
I can’t tell you the last time I’ve actually had my clothes ironed-oh wait, yes I can. It was the last time I came home for Christmas!
Attempting to skillfully avoid all your classmates from high school.
It’s inevitable. You’re going to run into somebody. Whether it be at Starbucks or the grocery store, I’d pay good money to avoid these awkward situations. Cool bro, I’m glad you just got promoted to manager at the local Chili’s…