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    I don't mean to sound like Darwin on his theory of clubbing but I really don't enjoy it.

    I have very extroverted group of friends who go out most weekends and always ask me to go out with them. And it's quite annoying because I feel like the novelty's sort of worn off in a pretty abrupt manner.

    - I don't really like dancing, or attempting to dance

    A. Than just get wrecked?

    Well I do. And I still don't like dancing.

    I also have a girlfriend so going out for that basis is off the table

    I'm just worried because I'm going to start University pretty soon and I feel like I should be more energetic, but meh- is this the general norm?
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    I hate clubbing too, I see it as a waste of time and money. even if i went for girls, 99% of the time they're complete wrecks. seeing as I'm going uni in september, I need to be considerate financially and would rather put my money elsewhere. not to say i will never go, but it seems people leave clubs as if they've had the time of their lives when that seems stupid. how can they say they had a great night when they don't even remember it?
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    Nope.
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    I don't like clubbing either. Too inhumane.
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    No.
    You pay money to filled with drunk rowdy "people" - more like crazy animals- in a dark room with the same awful music everywhere.

    Awful, and we call ourselves "civilized".
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    (Original post by shadowdweller)
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    You didn't answer the question.

    I see what you did there.
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    -Girls with bi-polar standards
    -A club should never be filled with sweaty people
    -Queuing
    -overpriced drinks
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    Why do people on here feel like not clubbing or drinking is anything special?
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    It seems that 75% of TSR despises clubbing. I am in the minority. I love it.
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    I love it as well, my first time, I wasn't much drunk but people started asking me what kind of drugs I took to which I replied "just life", many girls started approaching me, I started whispering creepy things into their ears just out of amusement. At the end, before leaving, I was staring at a girl for couple minutes then I went up to her, took her hand, kissed it, and slowly leaned towards her ear telling her "you're beautiful" then I left. She will always remember this.
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    I don't really like it either. The only reason guys go is to get drunk and hope that somehow they'll go home with someone.
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    I don't think there's anything strange about not liking clubbing. I enjoy it but at the same time can see why some people wouldn't.
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    Clubbing is a bit hit and miss. Sometimes it is fun, sometimes it isn't. Personally I prefer pubs and bars. I just find dancing to music I don't like to be very awkward. There is nothing strange about not liking it, a lot of people on here will agree with you.
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    No, you're not alone.

    The SU bars are awful, serving overpriced drinks and playing god-awful student anthems.

    "Hey, we're going to play the soundtrack to university!" :grumble:
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    -Girls with bi-polar standards
    -A club should never be filled with sweaty people
    -Queuing
    -overpriced drinks
    This is pretty much it. Especially the first one. It's funny because you could be alright looking and hit on a girl during the day and you'd have a good shot at it. But at a club this is the complete opposite lol!
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    (Original post by Georgiina_Tee)
    Why do people on here feel like not clubbing or drinking is anything special?
    Because we're not girls.
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    (Original post by hihoho)
    I love it as well, my first time, I wasn't much drunk but people started asking me what kind of drugs I took to which I replied "just life", many girls started approaching me, I started whispering creepy things into their ears just out of amusement. At the end, before leaving, I was staring at a girl for couple minutes then I went up to her, took her hand, kissed it, and slowly leaned towards her ear telling her "you're beautiful" then I left. She will always remember this.

    In all fairness a lot of girls can say they've experienced weird moments such as that in a club. You underestimate the power of a female after you've taken 5 jDs
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    (Original post by Acidy)
    In all fairness a lot of girls can say they've experienced weird moments such as that in a club. You underestimate the power of a female after you've taken 5 jDs
    The weirder, the more memorable, the better. That's my motto in life.
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    (Original post by hihoho)
    The weirder, the more memorable, the better. That's my motto in life.
    True. But did you bang though?
 
 
 
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