17. Go camping in the middle of nowhere. Try to keep it as undomesticated as possible. Y’know, avoid Wi-Fi hotspots and iPads – there’s no Facebook allowed in the wilderness, and the only Angry Birds should be living, flying, literal ones.
18. Settle all of the ongoing debates. If you have a couple competitive friends who have gone back and forth about who’s faster, smarter or better at something, have ‘em go head to head to put an end to the speculation and earn someone bragging rights.
19. Find a TV series everyone is interested in watching and hold a marathon that consists of nothing but eating and sitting through episode after episode.
20. Arts and crafts! Buy some coloring books and crayons, an easel and some paint/brushes, or a sketchbook and let that creativity out – even if your abilities are limited to stick figures, just have fun with it.
21. Sit down together and plan, in full detail, a fun trip to take place at some point this year. If at all possible, purchase tickets or hotels to your destination so that it’s official, and the counting down of days can begin.
22. Go to a comedy club. Just make sure you’re not the obnoxious, heckling group that thinks they’re funny until they get owned by the comedian, or kicked out by security.
23. Karaoke. Whether it’s done in an apartment or out, in a social environment, it never fails to be fun.
24. Volunteer work.
25. If your group of friends consists of Ben, Jerry, Netflix, and a laptop, don’t feel bad — I’m fairly certain my bipolar social tendencies will have me browsing the web in soft pants at some point. Tweet me, we can chat about our bold decision to choose pajamas over people.