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    Where do people go after clubbing.

    Got my prom coming up and the plan was to go to prom, go out clubbing, and then there was a house party being hosted by a guy in my year. Unfortunately, because someone let slip to his mum, the house parties off. My parents won't be willing to come and collect me at 3 in the morning after clubbing, yet they'd also be annoyed if I walked 5 miles home and snuck in to bed (they'll say "oh you shouldn't have had to walk, you should have called us and we'd have come and picked you up.) No one else is going to offer up their house, and I really don't want to have to stay in the club till six or whenever it closes (theres live music at the prom, so my ears would literally die.) What are my options. What are the pro's and cons of each option.
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    What time does your prom finish?
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    Casino? They're usually open 24hr. And they do all night food. An all night mcdonalds lol.

    Just get a taxi home? That's what I usually do after a night out
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    (Original post by jumblehunter)
    Where do people go after clubbing.

    Got my prom coming up and the plan was to go to prom, go out clubbing, and then there was a house party being hosted by a guy in my year. Unfortunately, because someone let slip to his mum, the house parties off. My parents won't be willing to come and collect me at 3 in the morning after clubbing, yet they'd also be annoyed if I walked 5 miles home and snuck in to bed (they'll say "oh you shouldn't have had to walk, you should have called us and we'd have come and picked you up.) No one else is going to offer up their house, and I really don't want to have to stay in the club till six or whenever it closes (theres live music at the prom, so my ears would literally die.) What are my options. What are the pro's and cons of each option.
    I don't know of any clubs that are open past 3am why don't you call a taxi?
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    (Original post by James A)
    What time does your prom finish?
    12. And I've already booked the taxi into town, and told my mates I'm going out with them so i can't bail now.
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    I don't know of any clubs that are open past 3am why don't you call a taxi?
    Okay in that case I have an even greater motive to plan my next move in advance.
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    (Original post by jumblehunter)
    Okay in that case I have an even greater motive to plan my next move in advance.
    might be different wherever you are, in glasgow i think most if not all clubs shut at 3am.
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    Why would you want to wonder around at 3 am, screw the clubbing.
    It doesn't promote anything good, just lust, greed and shame.

    Girls dressed like whores, men ogling them like animals, people barely able to
    stand....and this repeats every weekend.

    Get a life.
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    (Original post by lyrical_lie)
    Casino? They're usually open 24hr. And they do all night food. An all night mcdonalds lol.

    Just get a taxi home? That's what I usually do after a night out
    Its cheltenham haha, no casino's, and I'm not a gambling man. And I hate macdonalds with a passion.
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    You don't have to go clubbing all night, or even at all
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    (Original post by advice_guru)
    Why would you want to wonder around at 3 am, screw the clubbing.
    It doesn't promote anything good, just lust, greed and shame.

    Girls dressed like whores, men ogling them like animals, people barely able to
    stand....and this repeats every weekend.

    Get a life.
    I'm going because the music is good and the company is better. I'm not responsible for what other people wear (or perhaps aren't wearing in this case,) and provided I keep my standards high (we're going in tuxes now because we don't have a house to get changed at between prom and clubbing) I don't see an issue here.
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    Can't you just stay at a mates house? Literally just nod off on their couch and be gone in the morning before any ones up? That or just get a taxi home?
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    (Original post by jumblehunter)
    I'm going because the music is good and the company is better. I'm not responsible for what other people wear (or perhaps aren't wearing in this case,) and provided I keep my standards high (we're going in tuxes now because we don't have a house to get changed at between prom and clubbing) I don't see an issue here.
    Ok fair enough, but we all know what the other 99% go for.
    It's basically a legalised brothel.
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    Find a park bench to sleep under?
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    (Original post by advice_guru)
    Ok fair enough, but we all know what the other 99% go for.
    It's basically a legalised brothel.
    With all due respect, I think you ought to get down off your high horse.
    You evidently don't have a particularly good social life or set of friends if all you go out and see is 'ogling' and whoring, without recognizing that going to a bar, listening to music and having a dance is actually just a fun night.The person who asked the question just fancies a night out, you assume it entails debauchery!?
    I think you're the one who needs to get a life, frankly.
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    (Original post by jumblehunter)
    Its cheltenham haha, no casino's, and I'm not a gambling man. And I hate macdonalds with a passion.
    Ah, I'm from Glasgow there's like 4 in a 5 mile radius people don't really go to gamble more just somewhere to eat til they go get the last train lol.

    I'd recommend just getting a taxi
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    Cheers for the advice guys. Told the rents I'd get a taxi and decided to walk the five miles home (and ended up catching a cold.) I think I've learned my lesson haha.
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    Walk to your house with a friend and have b them sleep over. Then the walk back is safe. Or a taxi home

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    (Original post by jumblehunter)
    Where do people go after clubbing.

    Got my prom coming up and the plan was to go to prom, go out clubbing, and then there was a house party being hosted by a guy in my year. Unfortunately, because someone let slip to his mum, the house parties off. My parents won't be willing to come and collect me at 3 in the morning after clubbing, yet they'd also be annoyed if I walked 5 miles home and snuck in to bed (they'll say "oh you shouldn't have had to walk, you should have called us and we'd have come and picked you up.) No one else is going to offer up their house, and I really don't want to have to stay in the club till six or whenever it closes (theres live music at the prom, so my ears would literally die.) What are my options. What are the pro's and cons of each option.
    Taxi?

    Why not do something random for prom! At my school, almost no-one went because they had organised it terribly but (somehow?!) well over a hundred people made their way to a field in the middle of nowhere 15 miles away for an all-night rave in these marquee things! Moral of the story: Don't go home at 3!

    Also... you can always "paratroop"
 
 
 
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