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    Right lads, just wondering yeah what the take on here is vis a vis going out on your own? Its just had a bit of bother a couple of months back with some little student rodent telling me I was giving off 'a creepy vibe' in one of the Bristol clubs (my hometown). I honestly wasnt up to any wrongdoing and went out purely to listen to the DJ, wasnt hassling the birds, wasnt dealing drugs, wasnt drunk even and yet this lad comes over and calls us creepy when he was the one with his tongue down some lass or other.

    Of an evening what should I do instead, go to a restaurant, or the cinema? I dont suppose doing either of those solo is particularly normal either. I have to go by meself because its been a few years since I had a go at uni, but frankly I dont see anything wrong with going out to see a DJ especially when Im not up to anything mucky.
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    I've been to the cinema on my own loads of times I prefer because a) you can see what you want and b) you tend to enjoy it more as there isn't as much chatter. I think for some reason it makes people panic a bit to see people on their own because it touches their OMG if I'm on my own it must mean I don't have any friends and am a loser button. Plus growing up your constantly taught stranger danger etc which makes people panic. It's all silly really I've really embraced the whole doing things by myself. Sorry this became quite protracted didn't mean to write so much!


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    I've been to clubs a few times on my own (in my home town and while travelling around the world solo) and there's absolutely no shame in it. Just do what you enjoy and **** 'em haters.
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    Bolluz to what others think, I even have sex on my own.
 
 
 
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