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    I was wondering the other day. I went to a private school, and none of my friend really go clubbing apart from for major events. A few chavvy athletes go clubbing casually but only once in a full moon.

    I don't like clubbing but I don't like the pressure of clubbing either. I like electronic music (facebook is back-to-back British rock btw :rolleyes:) but I don't really 'dance' to it, I just go jogging or commuting to it

    Then everyone I see at clubs are so chavvy, unless it's restricted to uni members or private school pupils. I swear at some clubs I see more chavs and blacks than I would do for the rest of the year!

    Anyone?
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    (Original post by theroyalwhigs)
    I was wondering the other day. I went to a private school, and none of my friend really go clubbing apart from for major events. A few chavvy athletes go clubbing casually but only once in a full moon.

    I don't like clubbing but I don't like the pressure of clubbing either. I like electronic music (facebook is back-to-back British rock btw :rolleyes:) but I don't really 'dance' to it, I just go jogging to commuting to it

    Then everyone I see at clubs are so chavvy, unless it's restricted to uni members or private school pupils. I swear at some clubs I see more chavs and blacks than I would do for the rest of the year!

    Anyone?
    I do see clubs as pretty chavvy, and the people in them are normally very desperate and not the sort of people I would want to hang out with. A lot of the time it seems to be about showing everyone how good of a time you're having. Like people being overly loud to get attention and falling about the place on purpose. Then there are loads of photos taken by the club photographers that are uploaded to Facebook and take up the whole news feed. It just all seems very tacky to me.

    I've never liked clubbing so I've only been twice for friend's birthdays, but that was two years ago and I never want to go again :lol:.
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    So everyone thinks clubbing is chavvy?
 
 
 
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