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Do women dress up deliberately on a night out to get noticed and approached by guys? watch


    (Original post by TheEnigmaUK)
    I understand if you're trying to look good for yourself, but to attract men? In a nightclub? Then again, maybe you're not looking for a relationship, right?

    I'll be straight here, when I go for a night out I'm usually feeling pretty reckless (thank-you vodka) and fairly frivolous. I know that in most cases nothing is going to happen with guys that I see on nights out, but I don't see why that should inhibit me. I haven't had a great history with men, and sometimes I need that confidence boost to still feel attractive. So yes, part of me does it for me, so I can feel good, and another part does it so I can feel pretty around men.

    As for looking for a relationship, yes I am, but I don't see why I shouldn't have some fun along the way to be honest Although most guys in clubs will be idiots, that doesn't mean that nice guys aren't there too. We're only young once, and maybe years down the line when I no longer have the thighs to wear mini-skirts I'll be pleased that I took advantage of it whilst I could. At least that's how I see it

    Underage girls dress in barely anything so that the middle aged LAD bouncers let them in.
    Not sure about older ones, but probs for male attention.

    It's to feel sexy, no one wants to feel like the mess of the group.
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