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    (Original post by john2054)
    it's on the wardwick in Deby city centre, and they always have a good dj playing neat music, with a mix of the new stuff and good stuff. plus despite being a little hostile on first appearances, I have never been kicked out for looking at women in there. ffs. This isn't a playgroup you know?!?? lol
    Only been Derby once or twice but will check it out lol
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    Why ? youre old as **** !
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    (Original post by Bill_Gates)
    Only been Derby once or twice but will check it out lol
    i tried pming you the club name, but your inbox is full. delete a couple of messages please, then i can pm you thanks! bill
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    (Original post by Chakede)
    Why ? youre old as **** !
    With age comes knowledge. and money. both of which serve as good reasons to go out and get hammered.


    plus i get drunk on a few drinks, so it really doesn't cost me a lot to go out, every now and then.

    If you don't like the fact that i want to go out in derby again, don't come here Chaede, simples??
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    (Original post by john2054)
    With age comes knowledge. and money. both of which serve as good reasons to go out and get hammered.


    plus i get drunk on a few drinks, so it really doesn't cost me a lot to go out, every now and then.

    If you don't like the fact that i want to go out in derby again, don't come here Chaede, simples??
    you have nothing to fear of me going clubbing in Derby. its not high up my wishlist..
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    (Original post by Chakede)
    you have nothing to fear of me going clubbing in Derby. its not high up my wishlist..
    Also i'm over 35, and i just got my ba degree pass, so i think i deserve to treat myself, now and again?
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    (Original post by john2054)
    Also i'm over 35, and i just got my ba degree pass, so i think i deserve to treat myself, now and again?
    congrats dude.
    if you were treating yourself though, youd get out of derby and have a night out in london
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    (Original post by Chakede)
    congrats dude.
    if you were treating yourself though, youd get out of derby and have a night out in london
    What area and clubs would you recommend? Plus can you get to them by the tube, and does it even run at that time of night/morning??
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    (Original post by john2054)
    What area and clubs would you recommend? Plus can you get to them by the tube, and does it even run at that time of night/morning??
    pretty much every area of london has its own self contained nightlife. and yes transport is almost 24 hours with regular night buses and from next month weekend all-night Tube
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    (Original post by Chakede)
    pretty much every area of london has its own self contained nightlife. and yes transport is almost 24 hours with regular night buses and from next month weekend all-night Tube
    Are there any you would personally namecheck for me?
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    (Original post by john2054)
    Are there any you would personally namecheck for me?
    camden, brixton, hoxton, shoreditch, west-end etc each as different as each other. you need to try them out and decide which is more you
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    (Original post by Chakede)
    camden, brixton, hoxton, shoreditch, west-end etc each as different as each other. you need to try them out and decide which is more you
    thanks
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    you're a bit of a nutter aren't you. I love it.
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    (Original post by ODES_PDES)
    Clubbing at 35?
    Hmmm
    How did you manage to make the "hmmm" sound so judgemental?

    Nothing wrong with clubbing at 35, depending on where you go.
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    (Original post by Justmoll28)
    mate if i saw you on a night out, no matter how many jagers id have necked, i would still be weirded out by you
    LOOOOOOOOOOOOOL what a fatality. You tryna put john in a coma or something?

    This don had the confidence of 10 light skin ASOS models when he made this thread and now you just gotta destroy his dreams😩😩😩😩😩😩
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    you're a bit of a nutter aren't you. I love it.
    (Original post by Twinpeaks)
    How did you manage to make the "hmmm" sound so judgemental?

    Nothing wrong with clubbing at 35, depending on where you go.


    (Original post by mercuryman)
    LOOOOOOOOOOOOOL what a fatality. You tryna put john in a coma or something?

    This don had the confidence of 10 light skin ASOS models when he made this thread and now you just gotta destroy his dreams😩😩😩😩😩😩
    :o:)
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    No woman can argue with 35 years of experience, you'd put all the lads to shame.

    Do ur ting with the ladies John.
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    No one mentioning a 35yr old on TSR...
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    (Original post by john2054)
    The fact that i am 35 much older isn't the problem. What is a problem is that by sitting on the couch for the last month, i seem to have gotten really out of shape, and could use a week or three's training in the gym, to pump up, before i grace that pretty place again, okay?!?
    I doubt 1-3 weeks in the gym is hardly going to make a difference, especially if you're in your 'newbie' phase of lifting.

    Expect a longer time parameter. Btw, you look a bit like Russell Crowe in your pic. :lol:
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    I doubt 1-3 weeks in the gym is hardly going to make a difference, especially if you're in your 'newbie' phase of lifting.

    Expect a longer time parameter. Btw, you look a bit like Russell Crowe in your pic. :lol:
    I did join before, for a month, and noticed a noticable difference at the end of this break. I focus on a mixed worked, cardio bike jogging and weights, and i feel myself filling out. I would like to join again. i also like it because my gym, pure gym, is open 24/7, which is perfect for someone like a nightcrawler like myself!
 
 
 
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