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    Default Random Question! How old is "too old" to be up in the club?

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    Note: there is a distinction between bars and clubs. Since it's socially acceptable and not uncommon for people to be lifelong barflys.

    And please explain your vote.
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    i may just be a bit too enfp to answer this question cze cze
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    18, >.>

    Not going to clubs myself since I hate them, but do want more interaction outside of clubs. >:G

    hehehe.

    In all honesty. I don't really think there's an age limit. If you want to go to a club, you should go. Wether you're 18 or 81...

    edit: Oh, in america it's 21+ right? Hmm, in which case clubs should just be removed alltogether, uh-huh! *nods* Bwahaha.
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    when you're 10-15 years older than the next oldest person in the club.
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    clubs: Depends I guess. It all depends on your job, attitude, clothing, looks... Also I think guys can pretty much go wether they're 20 or 30 as long as they don't have the "married, 2 children' look

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    I didnt go to discos when I was young so I wouldnt know.

    For the bar you're never too old, always a good refuge if you have sorrows
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    I don't think it depends on age, but more of a combination of age and IQ. *starts thinking of a good formula*

    I got it!
    Too old for clubbing = 59 - IQ*0.3
    So in the USA people with IQs above 127 should not be allowed to go clubbing. I guess we'd also need a different formula for rock stars, but I think they can keep on clubbing until they're incontinent. (LOL, I tested the age I got tired of clubbing and in that case I should be having an IQ of 134)

    You're never too old for bars. I know old people who go to bars. Really old people, like people in their nineties. Anyways, both are just for boring people. Non-boring people (except rock stars) have much better things to do.
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    i don't judge people for such things. if i saw some grandma gettin down on the dance floor i'd say rock on for her but some 20 yr old in there with a baby or being so totally disgustingly raunchy...that i'd judge...i judge people for taking their kids to inappropriate movies or letting them eat directly off the table or talking ugly to them...but old people who still like to go listen to some music and drink...nope who are they hurting..ya know?

    oh and btw...you gots no poll cze cze!
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    ditto lady x, it's totally about your attitude. if you're 65 and dressed elegant-sexy and don't try to pick up 25 year olds, then by all means, come clubbing.

    but there is nothing worse than a woman your parents' age dressed in mom jeans with poorly-bleached hair and a trashy belly shirt spilling beer on you while she hoots and hollers and dances like a chicken (true story)

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