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    i can't think of anything else to do, birthday's in september and my friend will still be 17
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    Don't you have any other friends?
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    (Original post by DorianGrayism)
    Don't you have any other friends?
    yes but not close friends
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    Clubbing isn't something you do alone soz , its great but if you go alone you will get terribly bored.

    If your a confident likeable person you can always make friends on a night out but some people are terribly clingy in their groups so yh , i'd advise against going alone m7
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    (Original post by omgcherie)
    yes but not close friends
    Just go cinema or something nice in london , save clubbing for a joint celebration
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    I would advise against it. You won't be able to enjoy yourself or drink as much without your friends. It's also safer with your friends (sorry if that sounds boring but it's true).
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    Go for it it's all about confidence, if your personable and know people who are likely to be there you can go chill with them, be confident and do t act like your alone and sit by yourself though, if your shy and get asked just say you lost your mates lol. Ps it's actually much easier to pull if your on your own, no one to cockblockyou either :P
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    You do know you don't have to go to a club for your 18th. Me and my friends went to a winter festival and had a lot of fun there
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    September.. and you are already planning it?

    Lool chill
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    clubbing without friends is not fun.
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    people will think you're weird, don't do it
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    I really don't think that'll be fun on your own.
    It'll be awkward and most people only want to speak to their friends for most of the night, not a random stranger.

    Despite what everyone thinks its not a actual rite of passage and you can do something else for your 18th.
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    I'd say do it. Clubbing is about listening to the twists and turns of the DJ's set - and if need be using the necessary supplements. You should go on your own, the dancehall shouldnt just be for student ****s dancing around their handbags with their pals.
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    It depends on what sort of clubbing you're talking about.

    If you want to go somewhere serious like Fabric then there's no reason you shouldn't go by yourself and just enjoy the music and the atmosphere.

    If, however, you want to go to some cheesy Ritzy meatmarket, then going by yourself will probably end up leaving you feeling pretty miserable.

    I've been to proper London clubs by myself in the past, when I've really wanted to go for the music. And if you want to spark conversation with others, take an ice breaker. I sometimes wear a t-shirt you can draw on with luminous pens, like this one:

    http://www.red5.co.uk/t-shirt-graffiti.aspx

    Then write something funny/topical/silly on it and hey presto, you've got an instant conversation sparker

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    Fake ID? Going to be turning 18, what happens if you get paralytic and no friends to help?
 
 
 
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