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  1. Jess
    March 22, 2014 @ 12:22 am

    I don’t understand clubbing, either. I’ve been clubbing a few times and to be honest, I usually go when someone invites me. Otherwise, I’m usually 99.9% ‘never in the mood’ to go clubbing. It’s so stupid – expensive drinks, high coverage/coat checks (the highest I’ve been to was $20 coverage!), and it’s just a room packed with sweaty (smelly, even) people. The guys aren’t even there to dance, they’re more like perverts trying to see who they can get home and the girls mind as well come in their bra and panties.

    LOL, I know I sound harsh and I have close friends that loves clubbing but from my personal experience, yes, it’s fun (and a bit annoying with the reasons stated above) but not worth it on a weekly basis. Like you said, there’s so many other different options that allows you to have fun at a better atmosphere and cheaper too. I can’t wait for most of my friends to grow out of the clubbing phase.


    • Adri
      April 10, 2014 @ 10:34 pm

      LOL (sorry for the late reply), oh you’ll see. Eventually your friends will grow out of the clubbing phase. After all, once they finally experience the real world (as in having a job that (somewhat) relates to their career, marriage and kids, etc.), who needs clubbing?

      In my first experience at clubbing, the only thing I paid for was the food (Truffle Potato Wedges LOL). The drinks and everything else were paid by the friends. I’m done with all that LOL.


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