homebody /’həʊmbɒdi/ (noun) NORTH AMERICAN informal: a person who likes to stay at home, especially one who is perceived as unadventurous.
1. The trash goes out more than you do.
2. On weekends, you are always home in time for your favourite TV shows.
3. You are always scared of having your friends around.
4. Every night is a movie night.
5. You can browse for the whole continent.
You spend long hours surfing the internet and only remember to go out when the Wi-fi is off.
6. Excuses come easy to avoid going out.
You are hardly invited to gigs because you are the master canceller. Your absence at events is rarely noticed but your presence is like the solar eclipse.
7. The weekend is your favourite time of the week; when you do nothing.
8. You enjoy to wine and dine on your bed.
You manage to consume breakfast, lunch and dinner in bed and taking the dishes to the kitchen is a herculean task.
9. You are scared of clubbing or/and visiting new places.
When you are out with friends, you are always the time-keeper. You are always on your phone looking for a reason to ditch your friends and go home.
10. Once you shut the door, going out becomes almost impossible.
11. You would require a lot of convincing to go on a vacation. Staycation is your thing.
12. You consider every distance as far even when it is trekkable.
13. You are probably the social media person than a fan of personal interaction.
Your circle of friends is likely smaller than the centre circle of a football pitch. You basically enjoy communicating over the phone and similar gadgets for fear of the unknown. Your home is your
14. The idea of a bad weather is a serious turn-on; good reason to stay at home.
I know a few homebodies myself but the question is “If you fail to take on adventures while you are alive, when would you do it?”