n. The dread of going out, particularly if one is tired from previous socializing; the desire to not attend a popular event that is over-hyped or over-commercialized.
I believe that I have developed the opposite of FOMO, in fact: I have a case of FOGO, or Fear of Going Out. Okay, well not literally a fear of going out. I still love a party. Always have and always will. But I have an active non-desire to attend the mass-Instagrammed events that clog up all my social-media feeds on several-week-long intervals throughout the year.
Forget FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) — now we’re more likely to have FOGO (Fear of Going Out), thanks to things like rush hour traffic, stressful work weeks on-demand TV and fast food delivery services. But is staying in too much actually bad for us?
Forget fomo. With all the parties tonite at #torontofilmfest i think im getting fogo… fear of going out.
Moi je ne vais rien voir parce que j'ai le FOGO (fear of going out). [I'm not going to see anything because I have FOGO.]