9. Binge YouTube TOGETHER, with each person having a chance to show off his or her favorite videos. Be forewarned, there’s a lot of pressure that comes with your selections. You vouched for the video and if nobody finds it cool or funny, you will feel fully responsible for the disappointment.
10. Find the nearest winetasting and get buzzed like classy people.
11. Play various board games from your childhood and, if you feel the urge to add a twist, find a way to turn them into a drinking game.
12. Invite over some of the friends who slowly but surely stopped hanging out with your group as frequently as they used to. You know, the people who were like, recurring cast members – hit them up and reunite so it’s just like old times.
13. Go to a coffee shop together and realize that Friends made it look far more enjoyable than it actually is. Central Perk is a façade, y’all.
14. Search for a local softball or kickball league to join. It may require more players and availability on some days in the future, but it’s always a good time (minus that one dude with a cheek full of sunflower seeds who thinks he’s playing Major League Baseball).
15. Take a spontaneous road trip to a nearby city for a day or two of poor decisions and (not criminally) bad behavior. Hey, it’s not your city, so reputations become a little less significant.
16. Have Thanksgiving dinner together. Often times we head back to our families for the holiday, and if you’ve never experienced Friendgiving, which is a darn good time. Prepare everything and grub together, over even less appropriate conversations than the ones you have with your family.