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    (Original post by cole-slaw)
    Clubs are terrible places to socialise, so don't go there to socialise,that's what the pubs and bars are for that you go to beforehand. They're great places for escalation, that's what they're designed for.
    Mate can you not read between the lines?

    OP is subtly suggesting sub 7 leave bars and clubs so that the only attention she receives at those venues is by 7+ men and not subhumans (which in women's eyes areen below a 7/10 facially).
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    (Original post by what is this)
    Mate can you not read between the lines?

    OP is subtly suggesting sub 7 leave bars and clubs so that the only attention she receives at those venues is by 7+ men and not subhumans (which in women's eyes areen below a 7/10 facially).

    OP is male, you knew that right?

    One girl's 6/10 is another girl's 9/10. There is still hope for you brah, you just need to work on your personality. This bitterness is far more unattractive than any facial feature.
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    (Original post by Tootles)
    ...music...so that's what they're calling it...

    Get real and listen to The Dark Side of the Moon. That's music. Looped drum machines and the repetitive cacophonous caterwauling of various MIDI instruments isn't. It's like saying that McDonald's serve food.
    You're missing out on some of the best of this eras music by sticking to the past. Pink Floyd is my favourite band ever but there are some fantastic House artists right now. Move away from the mainstream and actually delve into the genre. Artists like SBTRKT, Daniel Avery, Mount Kimbie, Bonobo (in particular) are fantastic and are creating todays sound.

    Imagine your life in 20 years time when your kids ask you what music was cool in your time, you won't even know what to say because you never actually gave it a listen. Imagine if everyone in the 70s took your stance and disregarded Pink Floyd because it wasn't any of the classical composers that were producing music during the 30s or 40s.
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      (Original post by Welsh_insomniac)
      You're missing out on some of the best of this eras music by sticking to the past. Pink Floyd is my favourite band ever but there are some fantastic House artists right now. Move away from the mainstream and actually delve into the genre. Artists like SBTRKT, Daniel Avery, Mount Kimbie, Bonobo (in particular) are fantastic and are creating todays sound.

      Imagine your life in 20 years time when your kids ask you what music was cool in your time, you won't even know what to say because you never actually gave it a listen. Imagine if everyone in the 70s took your stance and disregarded Pink Floyd because it wasn't any of the classical composers that were producing music during the 30s or 40s.
      I've listened to plenty of more modern styles of music, but it just doesn't do anything for me. I mean, I can listen to it, but after a while it just gets boring and irritates me. I'm not 'sticking to the past;' I'm sticking with what has stuck with me. Yeah, I know a few more modern artists, and enjoy them, but in the end it just gets irritating after more than one or two tracks. Missing out? That's like me telling my gay friend that he's missing out because he doesn't like the feeling of a woman. In fact, with one particular gay friend I've had that very conversation - he's tried it and it didn't do anything for him.

      In twenty years, I'll be telling my kids that what was cool and what struck chords with who I am were two different things. Yes, I can enjoy stuff by Daft Punk, Deadmau5, Pendulum; I rather like some stuff by Adele (hey, I never said I was manly), and I really like Caro Emerald. But Pink Floyd and Alan Parsons and the like - they actually make me feel things. And some earlier stuff too. Though saying about Pink Floyd; that was just an example of music, not of an era. Brain Damage would make me feel what it does if whether it was done in 1973, 2013, 1793, or 1397.

      As an aside, the classical composers had all died off by the 1930s. Though I love classical music. And 30s/40s stuff too. And baroque, and renaissance, and lots of other eras and styles.

      This is all digressing from my original point, anyway. You're welcome to like whatever you like. I just don't see the point in going to a nightclub or bar just for the music they play there. I mean... to me, that really is like going all the way to another town or city just because they have a McDonald's, when I get one from just up the road - and can listen to Daniel Avery on YouTube when I get home.
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      (Original post by Gibber96)
      If you go to a club to pull, you almost inevitably will have a pretty average night, even if you are successful. If you go to a decent club with your best mates, where the DJ is good, and you are in the hallowed optimum state of drunkenness, and just dance your ass off, you have a great night and often you'll pull girls without even realising. Girls are way more attracted to someone who clearly knows how to have a great time with their mates than some lecherous old ******* who stalks girls around the dance floor.

      And there are definitely some clubs (often ones with more of a drug scene, if I'm honest) where virtually no one is preying on girls, and no one wants to fight, and the music is far better, and it just validates the clubbing experience.
      Exactly!! .... especially on the last point, as I'm a frequent in the underground scene.
     
     
     
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