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    I'm 18 years old and just about to do my A2 exams. I feel like I've worked constantly on these and so I haven't actually done much that I really want to do.

    I really want to go clubbing, but the problem is, none of my friends are interested. I want to know how to find/meet friends that might actually be interested? Or if not, how do I go on my own?

    Finally, what should I expect in clubbing?
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    Meet people at clubs or find 1 friend who will do you a favour and go once.

    It's loud, often sticky, and hilarious at times. Drinks are expensive. Expect to spend a fair amount of time outside if you try a few different clubs.

    I tried a few, decided it wasn't for me, but I am glad I tried.
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    I'm 22 and I found that my sixth form did night outs, went on a few and found clubs that were more my thing.

    I broke away from several in my group and went to different clubs.

    Is depends on what kinda music you're into and what kind of person you are. I always do pre-drinks before- saves me so much money!!!
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    you pay more but it worth it to book vip in advance if i do go clubbing i do this and spend a night drinking gray goose and moet
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    (Original post by Lilith_L)
    I'm 18 years old and just about to do my A2 exams. I feel like I've worked constantly on these and so I haven't actually done much that I really want to do.

    I really want to go clubbing, but the problem is, none of my friends are interested. I want to know how to find/meet friends that might actually be interested? Or if not, how do I go on my own?

    Finally, what should I expect in clubbing?
    You can go out on your own. Maybe you can meet friends in the club.
 
 
 
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