Seems to be online everything now. All dating apps, insta and other electronic *******s. I can remember back in the day when UK Garage was in vogue people would dress up to go to clubs and the music would be soulful, danceable and sensual. From the nineties through to the early 00s it was part of the routine, people were open to meeting others (aided by a certain white pill) rather than what you currently see which is closed circles, phones in the air, endless alcohol in basically what is a hot sweaty room. In fact that is assuming the club even stays standing, given the rate many of them are closing down at.
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Pulling in night clubs; has it had its day? watch
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Last edited by ThrowawaySociety; 14-11-2017 at 01:26.
- 14-11-2017 00:55
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- 14-11-2017 10:01
People still do it. I know swipe culture is a big thing in the dating world but many people meet in real life first through friends of friends or participating in their hobbies.
- 14-11-2017 10:34
Haha NO, you can definitely still pull in a nightclub- there is no doubt about that...
- 14-11-2017 10:56
People do still pull in clubs, I'm 20 and there seems to be a split in people my age-half of the people I know love going to clubs to pull and using online dating apps such as Tinder while the other half of us just don't understand why you'd bother, why not just wait until a relationship happens in real life rather than drunkenly throwing yourself at someone you don't know?
- 14-11-2017 10:58
I only ever went to clubs to carry on boozing till silly o'clock, anyway.
- 14-11-2017 11:11
I have absolutely no chance on Tinder. I have to use real life or it's over for me. It works of course... Though I look like Rocky Dennis.