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Thread: NT's CLubbing

  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    One of my favorite social experiments is giving guys at gay bars a bit of attention explicitly so women will notice it, see me as non-threatening and not too eager, and become much more open to dancing with me as a result. They love the attention and the possibility of being the one to "turn a gay guy straight."

    Oh, yeah. I have my fun.

    ..but I doubt that there are many people out there as conniving and manipulative as I am.. so don't worry

    Oh, and the music is leagues better at gay clubs
    Lol, I've done this only to mess with women who want to know more at that point...

    "what do you mean 'am i gay'? Can't you tell? *bats eyelashes*"

    Man, I miss that. Gotta get to Orlando

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    If I recall, I think I might have entered someplace that could be described as a club once... I left in like 5 minutes, and it wasn't soon enough. Just completely not my thing at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    I prefer bars over clubs since I don't go out to meet people. I go out to hang out with people I already know. Also, I don't dance, so there's that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    You can always go to gay clubs. I wonder how many straight women do that.
    Doesn't mean you don't get hit on just means you don't know which side is going to do the hitting.

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    Do I club? No.
    Do I party? Hell yes
    I find it a lot more enjoyable to carefully select 3-7 people to join me and party in a safe location(someone's home) than I do to go and surround myself with those I don't know. This may just be a result of the incapacitation that occasionally results from the social activities. Either way, I prefer a safe location for my risktaking, so to speak.
    I also enjoy a group small enough to facilitate real conversation, since I don't enjoy having to feign interest in the boring sensor conversations/feeler small talk.

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    I went to clubs a few times and I can think of tons of things I'd rather do, including smack myself in the face with a baseball bat. There's something about the vibe of a dance club that just makes me really anxious, irritable, cranky, and no fun to be around at all.

    That said, I really enjoy going to bars.
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    I like discos over clubs, but I voted that I loved/love it. I especially love it when I don't know anybody there so I'm not bound by the social expectations other people have of me.
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    Most american clubs that I'Ve been to or worked at have been fairly cheesy and fatiguing, so i can understand the lack of enthusiasm.

    that said, im trying to open a club. Perhaps club is the wrong name. it would be more of a playground for creative people.

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    I never go clubbing. It's not my crowd or place.
    The probability that I was procrastinating when I was typing this post:

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    Eh, I'll finish it later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    I went to clubs a few times and I can think of tons of things I'd rather do, including smack myself in the face with a baseball bat. There's something about the vibe of a dance club that just makes me really anxious, irritable, cranky, and no fun to be around at all.

    That said, I really enjoy going to bars.
    I don't have much experience with clubs, but I do believe the conditions for making me enjoy these venues have to be a "perfect-storm" between the vibe & atmosphere of the particular club and the *people* I'm going with. Overall my experiences have been... inadequate to keep me going.

    Bars I really do *hate* unless it's a restaurant/bar and I'm in the restaurant part.
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