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    I go clubbing say once a week but I go to a nightclub which plays predominently alternative music.

    The majority of people I know who attend clubs spend most of their time smoking outside under the heaters. People 'obsessed' with clubbing are probably 18 or younger and haven't been exposed to it that long. Clubs up and down the country are full of the same clothes, haircuts, songs and people. The worst thing about them is they are now boasting "special guests" such as a cast member of The Only Way Is Essex or Made In Chelsea, or a member of some forgotten rap collective/boyband. The prices are ludicrous, the nights are repetitive and dull but it offers people something to do after the daily grind of a 9 to 5.

    Why do boys attend clubs? To pull. Why do girls attend clubs? To feel wanted. Nothing will change at clubs until society does.
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    Awhr OP, you're cute. So angry at the world and everyone in it, you call everyone that disagrees with you an idiot and then get offended and ultra-defensive if someone calls you out on it.

    The Rave/Free-Party/Psychedelic scene doesn't need people like you, and you should know better.
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    Clubbing is pretty boring. Just get yourself a girlfriend that doesn't like clubbing and problem solved.
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    (Original post by Steevee)
    Awhr OP, you're cute. So angry at the world and everyone in it, you call everyone that disagrees with you an idiot and then get offended and ultra-defensive if someone calls you out on it.

    The Rave/Free-Party/Psychedelic scene doesn't need people like you, and you should know better.
    **** you steve
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    (Original post by Kiss)
    The OP has clearly been rejected a ****er in a club from someone they tried to pull and now has the indecency to look down their nose at everyone else who enjoys clubbing.
    lol the clubs rejected me so I rejected the club!, lol jk

    you got me wrong, i don't look my nose down on anyone. I just think clubbing is reallu **** and you have to be a retard or a loser to like them HA HA HA! HA!!!!!!!!!!
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    I get tired when people tell me "but we haven't gone out out together!! Come out, come on!" How are you actually going to gain anything from going to a club. You'll see how I dance drunk (because obviously nobody can go into a club sober and stand the noise) and that's about it. It's not exactly conducive to talking or socialising. It's also really inconvenient and expensive to stay out so late.

    I don't understand why people are so averse to just getting a couple of drinks together in a pub or - le gasp - doing something else entirely that doesn't involve alcohol.
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    (Original post by voodoochild)
    **** you steve
    Do you want to big boy? :sexface:
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    (Original post by Steevee)
    Do you want to big boy? :sexface:
    If they were no legal consequences i would like to kill you and then sodomize your wounds
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    (Original post by desdemonata)
    I get tired when people tell me "but we haven't gone out out together!! Come out, come on!" How are you actually going to gain anything from going to a club. You'll see how I dance drunk (because obviously nobody can go into a club sober and stand the noise) and that's about it. It's not exactly conducive to talking or socialising. It's also really inconvenient and expensive to stay out so late.

    I don't understand why people are so averse to just getting a couple of drinks together in a pub or - le gasp - doing something else entirely that doesn't involve alcohol.
    Its simply because everyone relies on alcohol to be sociable, that's not really the issue though the issue is that people just don't know any better, they don't know of better activities and better music LOL better culture, they only know of the only way is essex, or made in chelsea. A new youth movement is needed man our generation is one of the worst and most apathetic and benign yet.. It's like jesus ****ing said, "forgive them for they know not what they do"

    I'm not a bible basher! don't get me wrong, the jesus reference was supposed to be comical
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    I enjoy it. Personally for me, I've met different kinds of people who I can oddly converse with. Outside of clubbing, I wouldn't even get a hello from these people.

    I don't really dance since people keep on staring when I dance. So I must be terrible.
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    (Original post by desdemonata)
    I get tired when people tell me "but we haven't gone out out together!! Come out, come on!" How are you actually going to gain anything from going to a club. You'll see how I dance drunk (because obviously nobody can go into a club sober and stand the noise) and that's about it. It's not exactly conducive to talking or socialising. It's also really inconvenient and expensive to stay out so late.

    I don't understand why people are so averse to just getting a couple of drinks together in a pub or - le gasp - doing something else entirely that doesn't involve alcohol.
    Completely agree. A nice chat at a pub with a few drinks is infinitely better than ANY club experience.
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    If they were no legal consequences i would like to kill you and then sodomize your wounds
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    (Original post by voodoochild)
    Its simply because everyone relies on alcohol to be sociable, that's not really the issue though the issue is that people just don't know any better, they don't know of better activities and better music LOL better culture. It's like jesus ****ing said, "forgive them for they know not what they do"

    I'm not a bible basher! don't get me wrong, the jesus reference was supposed to be comical
    I think it's just a culture of what is "done" now. I attended a social on Friday and so many people tried to get me to go to the club after, even though I had only planned for pre-drinking and had thus not dressed like it wasn't freezing - boots and scarf and all. Honestly, I think 99% of these people would like the sound of other things to do, they just fall into the habit of always going clubbing.

    I especially don't see why people like it so much when you spend half the night staggering around freezing yo' tits off, and the other half in a club with sweat dripping off the ceiling onto a sticky floor.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Completely agree. A nice chat at a pub with a few drinks is infinitely better than ANY club experience.
    It's so much more relaxed and you can actually talk to people. I wish I had taken better advantage of the bars last year when I lived on campus because they were perfect for that kind of thing :sigh:
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    Ehhh I like clubbing. I mean it's fun to go and dance. I've given up alcohol now and tbh and I enjoy it a lot more sober! I prefer other stuff than clubbing but it's good fun every now and then!


    I don't see why this is a thread though. You don't enjoy clubbing? So what. Have fun with whatever it is you enjoy and let others enjoy clubbing. And not everyone who goes clubbing lacks substance or whatever it is you said. That's a stupid thought.
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    (Original post by desdemonata)
    (because obviously nobody can go into a club sober and stand the noise)
    Clearly didn't read my post. Anyone who thinks you can't go clubbing sober and like the noise/music/atmosphere/dancing/etc I don't know where you get that sort of reasoning from, maybe you have tried it sober but I will emphasise my last point again, i'm introverted as ****, teetotal and love everything about clubbing. I'm unable to comprehend how others are unable to comprehend people can't have fun at clubs while sober.


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    I like rock nightclubs. I get to listen and dance to music that I like, it gets me out of the house, I get a night's break to feel a bit more like "me" again instead of just being stuck in mum-mode all the time, it gives me somewhere to wear my going out clothes, and so on. It's fun.

    Townie clubs I dislike for a multitude of reasons. The music aside (which I dislike anyway), they seem to be full of people who are soley there with the mindset of pulling.
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    I think so, or it wouldn't be so popular! A lot of people like drinking and dancing and the like :dontknow: One man's nightmare is another man's heaven.
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    (Original post by Ruffiio)
    Clearly didn't read my post. Anyone who thinks you can't go clubbing sober and like the noise/music/atmosphere/dancing/etc I don't know where you get that sort of reasoning from, maybe you have tried it sober but I will emphasise my last point again, i'm introverted as ****, teetotal and love everything about clubbing. I'm unable to comprehend how others are unable to comprehend people can't have fun at clubs while sober.


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    Well no... I wasn't replying to you. If I wanted to talk about something in your post specifically, I would have quoted you :eyeball:

    You can be pedantic if you life, but my post was not directed at you as I hadn't even read yours, and in my experience the vast majority of people I know agree with me that clubbing sober is not pleasant. I'm not stupid enough to think that "nobody" means literally nobody and that it's impossible to enjoy it sober, and it wasn't even the main point of my post anyway, just a humorous comment not to be taken so seriously.
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    (Original post by Ruffiio)
    Clearly didn't read my post. Anyone who thinks you can't go clubbing sober and like the noise/music/atmosphere/dancing/etc I don't know where you get that sort of reasoning from, maybe you have tried it sober but I will emphasise my last point again, i'm introverted as ****, teetotal and love everything about clubbing. I'm unable to comprehend how others are unable to comprehend people can't have fun at clubs while sober.
    I agree with you. I detest clubbing, but a friend of mine doesn't drink any alcohol and loves clubbing.

    So loving clubbing while not drinking/being on something else is definitely possible, but I think we can agree that those people are clearly in the minority? Because so far from my experience the two largest groups are those who like clubbing and drink while doing it, and those who dislike clubbing but still go in order to fit in and make it easier for themselves by getting intoxicated. Even those who like clubbing usually tell me that the couple of times they went sober, they hated it.

    Those who hate it and do not bow to the pressure and those who love it without drinking anything seem to be rather small minorities.
 
 
 
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