I do not plan on going back, the AC was miserable

My friends as well as family are constantly trying to get me out of the current home more often… They suppose that I must have a big problem with being a homebody as well as refusing to leave. They kept encouraging me to join up with an online Meetup Group, which would have real life members in meetings every few weeks or so, but i was sincerely disinterested in this idea, but got so very fed up of being told that I was an agoraphobe. I finally pulled the trigger as well as signed up for it; As I expected, it was awful! When I arrived at the site, I noticed an awkward looking group of folks. I sat down, waiting for the event to begin. I suppose I had maybe been sitting for near to an hour before I realized this was going to be a terrible experience. Not only were the people super lame, but the air temperature in the locale was insufficient. It was as if someone forgot to turn on the gas furnace that morning. The arena was definitely freezing cold, as well as I could not understand how these people were standing around so casually without even crossing their arms as well as rubbing their hands together. I, personally, was covered in goose flesh as well as definitely shivering in my seat. I started looking around the site, wondering where the air vents were positioned as well as why the thermostat did not seem to be working. I had a good plan to communicate about the unfortunate air temperature control settings. I picked up my phone as well as pretended to answer a cellphone call. I said the group was just okay, although I was definitely not hot enough. I loudly explained that it was so freezing cold inside as well as I wasn’t sure how long I could stick it out. I told my imaginary conversational partner that I sincerely hoped the gas furnace started working again soon. I thought that maybe some other members would take a hint as well as figure out the thermostat issue or cancel the next event entirely. Instead, they chuckled merrily as well as kept talking amongst themselves.