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My friend wants me to lie...to my parents

 
This girl and I used to be really close, but she started hanging with a fast crowd when we went to high school. Well, she’s throwing a Halloween party next weekend and I’m guessing it’s gonna be pretty wild. My parents don’t want me to go (and I kinda agree that it would be a bad idea). But my friend wants me to lie to my ‘rents and come anyway. What should I do?

 

The answer to this one is simple, babe: Don’t go! If your gut is telling you this party is a dud for whatever reason, call up your other chicas and make different plans. Why?

 

It’s not worth making your parents angry

Chances are your parents are going to find out you went to the party somehow, right? And when they find out, chances are they’re gonna be seriously upset. After all, if you go, you’re doing something they specifically asked you not to do, and that’s a no-no. Getting grounded—or worse—for attending a party you’re not dying to go to anyway is just plain silly.

 

You could get in serious trouble

If these kids your friend is hanging with are into drugs or drinking or simply gettin’ rowdy on the weekends, your chance of landing in the doghouse skyrockets. Even if you’re minding your own business, being at a party where illegal activity is occurring could get ya in trouble with the police, and they could get called for any number of things. Watch out for yourself, first and foremost, and opt for a safer way to celebrate the holiday.

 

You could have way more fun

On one hand, you could sneak out and go to this party…and sit around while a bunch of other kids wreak havoc (or get in trouble). Or, you could spend the night hanging out with your hunnies and having a very happy Halloween. Throw a party of your own. Go trick-or-treating (or take your sibs around the neighborhood). Watch scary movies. Hand out candy. You’ve got options here, babe! It’s time to be smart and make the most of them.
 
 

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BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 10/18/2011 3:17:00 PM

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