We had a few families in the neighborhood that had been friends for decades. Close friends. Worked together, church together but never traveled together. This ended when they all rented a houseboat for a week. Read that: A. By day 3 they had all returned early and hated each other to the point they all moved away. Someone stunk it up and plugged the houseboats toilet with a deluxe shit, add everyone's ass in each other face while trying to just being social to each other in tight quarters failed in about 72 hours. We have law enforcement neighbors that other than a hello, they never socialize with non law enforcement neighbors and that works out good for them. It's a smart policy. All excellent people, but they chose to keep their distance. Never invite neighbors on their off roading trips. We have several off roading groups we roll with. One we had to recently quit because of a few toxic drunks. Jealous, cruel, threatening, your best friends one minute, one beer away from being your worst enemy. They ran off most everyone else in the group and I think we were near the last to bail out. One other couple mentioned to us they have to quit the group over the drunks too. Mean, caustic bastards when they drink. I think it may be best sometimes to not get too close to those you party with. We have a Glamis group where everyone jives nicely and are happy drinkers. Right there to help when something grenades, always cooking and inviting everyone over, they pack more beers than they ever drink to give their friends drinks too. You choose your friends and ya fire your relatives. Any tales?