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    I've just broken up with my boyfriend and I need to get out but all of my mates are busy to night. Any ideas?
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    Do you really need to go out tonight tho

    Can you not just wait until someone is free
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    Do you really need to go out tonight tho

    Can you not just wait until someone is free
    I really do, i can't stay at home and think of my now ex bf.
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    (Original post by Martyna23)
    I really do, i can't stay at home and think of my now ex bf.
    Do it another time. Getting yourself smashed on your own when you're feeling vulnerable isn't wise at all. Get an early night, curl up in bed and read a good book or watch a movie. You'll recover.
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    (Original post by CarysJSLewis)
    Do it another time. Getting yourself smashed on your own when you're feeling vulnerable isn't wise at all. Get an early night, curl up in bed and read a good book or watch a movie. You'll recover.
    But i really don't want to be thinking of him all night. I really don't
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    There is nothing wrong with clubbing solo. Its about the music ultimately, despite the way the culture has turned out post millenium. Any club that isnt centred around a strong music policy isn't worth its salt IMHO. These days unfortunately clubs seem to be all about the group photo, the pre-booked tables, who is on the guestlist. Places like Xoyo, Sankeys, WHP, Motion, Sub Club and so are quite easy to go in to alone though as the crowd is generally very DJ savvy rather than just full of freshers standing in a circle.
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    (Original post by LevantineMan)
    There is nothing wrong with clubbing solo. Its about the music ultimately, despite the way the culture has turned out post millenium. Any club that isnt centred around a strong policy isn't worth its salt IMHO. These days unfortunately clubs seem to be all about the group photo, the pre-booked tables, who is on the guestlist. Places like Xoyo, Sankeys, WHP, Motion, Sub Club and so are quite easy to go in to alone though as the crowd is generally very DJ savvy rather than just full of freshers standing in a circle.
    Nothing wrong with clubbing solo. A lot of things wrong with a young vulnerable intoxicated girl clubbing solo.
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    (Original post by CarysJSLewis)
    Nothing wrong with clubbing solo. A lot of things wrong with a young vulnerable intoxicated girl clubbing solo.
    She doesnt have to drink. Thats the main problem with clubs, too much alcohol and not enough E.
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    Why does clubbing exist?
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    (Original post by LevantineMan)
    She doesnt have to drink. Thats the main problem with clubs, too much alcohol and not enough E.
    Did you not read the OP? She's just broken up with her boyfriend. She's going to drink. Not rocket science mate
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    (Original post by CarysJSLewis)
    Do it another time. Getting yourself smashed on your own when you're feeling vulnerable isn't wise at all. Get an early night, curl up in bed and read a good book or watch a movie. You'll recover.
    Clubbing is not all about alcohol.
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    (Original post by LevantineMan)
    Clubbing is not all about alcohol.
    I've never been drunk and I'm not planning on anytime soon. I just want to prove to myself that I can have fun without him
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    (Original post by CarysJSLewis)
    Did you not read the OP? She's just broken up with her boyfriend. She's going to drink. Not rocket science mate
    Plenty of alternatives to alcohol, but I think you're some sort of zionist troll.
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    (Original post by Martyna23)
    I've never been drunk and I'm not planning on anytime soon. I just want to prove to myself that I can have fun without him
    As your NW based I would suggest popping down to The Warehouse Project or something of that ilk.
 
 
 
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