Naaaa, i'm seventeen, my mates got in to circo cause they had some ticket things, i got knocked back said i'd wait out side for them while they had a look. Suddenly the bouncers rush in .. then some guy gets thrown out. Some woman smoking is like "go in" so i just walkin . If they're distracted it's pretty easy . New years eve/day you'd think they would be tight on those kind of days i got in okay . I don't exactly look manly from my dp. lol.
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Is it just me or is it harder to get into clubs (I've noticed this in Liverpool)? watch
- 17-01-2010 02:42
- 17-01-2010 02:49
I don't think I get ID'd anymore now than when I was 16/17 (I'm 22 now). I don't understand why people make a fuss about being ID'd though! People normally say I look younger than I am, so if i get asked for ID it's not a big issue! They're just doing their job!
If anything, all I ever notice in certain places are the amount of people who are very obviously about 15/16 and they annoy me. So, as I'm 22, I think they should ID more if anything :P
Plus, I've known my guy mates to start talking to girls who look about 18 only to find out they've been in their early teens. It's just wrong.
- 17-01-2010 03:12
I haven't really noticed but they were definitely asking for ID a lot more over Christmas/New Year. Not a problem for me as I was already 18 but it was a bit annoying because my friends are either 17 or 18 so half of them had to come up with some crafty plan to get in.
Even in bloody Crosby village and people have been going there since they were like 16. Boys definitely get ID'd more than girls though (even the girls who don't have their boobs thrusted up to their chin)
- 17-01-2010 12:16
I find Liverpool clubs to be the most relaxed of any I've ever been to when it comes to getting in. I've never heard of people being denied for dress (football tops and tracksuits are the only things they don't allow but who wears those on a night out?) or being in large groups. They also seem to care less if you've had a lot to drink beforehand. I've not noticed places IDing more than usual, but I did get IDed at two venues on Wood street the other day and two in one night isn't common for me at 25. That said, it was a case of them IDing everyone in the group.
Try going to places like Leeds... you'll be denied for trainers, t-shirts, large groups, being half drunk or whatever else they can come up with. I also recently went to a club in London and they had airport style metal detectors by the door, I was shocked. Liverpool is quite relaxed in comparison.
(Original post by Girl♥RadioHeart)
[ALSO, there have been numerous crimes relating to clubs in Liverpool recently, most notably the club in which bouncers were exchaning sexual favours to let young/underage girls into their venues, resulting in the temporary closure of said club. Perhaps bouncers are just more aware of this and want to play by the rules to avoid prosecution or dismissal?]
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(Original post by Yekim_8)
- 17-01-2010 12:26
I think things have been tightened up. We also get turned away from some clubs for being in "too big a group" more often these days even when it's only 5 or 6. Farcical like.
(Original post by Smack)
- 17-01-2010 15:10
Is that in Aberdeen or your home town (assuming you are not local to Aberdeen)?
Aberdeen you wont have a problem getting in anywhere.