15 Things Everyone In A Big Friend Group Will Understand

<p> </p><p>When you're younger, a big group of friends seems ideal. And it can be; there's always someone to talk to when you're down and you're never left with nothing to do. But there are a few downsides too. Logistics are a nightmare, and don't even think of trying to organise a spontaneous night out with only a few days notice. Ain't nobody got time for that. Here are a few of the things that will ring oh so true if you're in a big friend group.</p><p><img class="irc_mi aligncenter" src="http://thePlunder.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/314danigif_enhanced-32501-1410380940-13.gif" alt="" width="546" height="408" /></p><h4><strong>1: Group chats will ensure that yourphone never stops beeping. EVER.</strong></h4><h4><strong>2: Ignoring your group chat canresult inthree missed fights, two awkward silences and three proposed outings.</strong></h4><h4><strong>3: There is more chance of hell freezing over than pleasing everybody.</strong></h4><h4><strong>4: People get jealous when they haven't been included in plans.</strong></h4><p><a href="http://thePlunder.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/1a3asn-t-invited-_d23f53b1d3be821aefd5ed748fb7c0ee.jpg"><img class="wp-image-121899 aligncenter" src="http://thePlunder.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/1a3asn-t-invited-_d23f53b1d3be821aefd5ed748fb7c0ee.jpg" alt="I+wasn+t+invited+_d23f53b1d3be821aefd5ed748fb7c0ee" width="525" height="526" /></a></p><h4><strong>5. Finding seats for everybody can be awkward and sub groups will form. Awkwardness may also develop.</strong></h4><h4><strong>6: Your group chat is one big long embarrassing montage of screenshots.</strong></h4><h4><strong>7: Your blood boils when people have "seen" your message and chosen not to respond. Those blue ticks will haunt your dreams.</strong></h4><p><img class="irc_mi aligncenter" src="http://thePlunder.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/23d2anigif_enhanced-512-1406662729-1.gif" alt="" width="554" height="312" /></p><h4><strong>8: There is always someone to listen to you complain about life. Bad day? There's always someone to rant to.</strong></h4><h4><strong>9: You have so much patience because you're used to last minute plan changes. With that many people involved, it'sinevitable.</strong></h4><h4><strong>10: Everybody gets involved in a disagreement when they don't need to, because everyone has an opinion and <em>everything.</em></strong></h4><p><img class="irc_mi aligncenter" src="http://thePlunder.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/d849Tumblr_m44786FZxs1r350t5o2_500.gif" alt="" width="557" height="245" /></p><h4><strong>11: You'll learn that not everybody is your best friend.</strong></h4><h4><strong>12: Things will change and people will out grow the group and move on.</strong></h4><h4><strong>13: But its fine because you're not going to fall out with everybody, right? People change and that's okay.</strong></h4><h4><strong>14: You will have the best things to laugh about later in life with whoever is still around.</strong></h4><p><img class="irc_mi aligncenter" src="http://thePlunder.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/f54d2014-07-25-grouphug.gif" alt="" width="553" height="312" /></p><h4><strong>15: You learn that tighter circles are easier to handle and big groups, while great fun, can be a bloody challenge.</strong></h4>