Need advice on clubbing

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  1. Chris90210

    Chris90210 New Member

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    I am going clubbing with a friend for the first time tonight. What do I need to know?:noes: In the past I have never really seen myself in that scene but now I've kinda changed and feel like giving it a try.
     
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    it's easy...just go have a good time, a few drinks (if you drink) and blend in with the scene.

    people at clubs really aren't paying much attention to you anyways, so there's no need to worry or feel like you don't fit in. just have fun
     
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    20 ftl but I have a bottle of rum in my car and will take a few shots before going in Me + Rum= :run:
     
  4. antihero

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    some hints:

    he who hesitates masterbates. If you see a girl you dig, just go up and try to get to know her. standing around staring makes you look creepy, and some other guy may beat you to the punch. at the very least, if she catches you looking, smile back. dont just look down at your shoes.

    do bring fun friends and have a good time with them. don't bring people with you who are downers or will embaress you. having fun looks good to those around you and will put you in a good mood.
     
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    dress up
    drink up

    approach people
     
  6. Yail Bloor

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    if you are going to do some approaches, be aware that most women will have their "bitch shields" up. they know they are going to get hit on at the club, so they are prepared to blow men off all night

    when i go to a club, i go to have fun with my friends and if i end up talking to a female, so be it, but i don't go out of my way because they are such bitches at the club
     
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    ive heard this a million times... I just don't find it to be true. Girls are at clubs to talk to guys for the most part. Its a pickup enviroment. I find it VERY difficult to pick up girls outside the bars/clubs/parties. When you are at the bar its sooooo easy. its easier then taking candy from a baby, its closer to giving candy to a baby. attraction is in the air, and even if its not what a girl isnt looking for, shes not at all surprised when you walk up and try to talk your way into her pants, its expected.

    obviously i don't dwell on rejections but im fairly certain the absolute worst rejects ive had in all my years clubbing/barhopping is the stink face and the throat cut hand motion... :rolleyes: I do find that extremely rude and bitchy, but thats super rare.


    I just don't believe in the bitch shield. girls don't go to the club because they don't want attention from men. Most girls arn't harsh or mean. If shes not digging you, don't take it personal and move on. That doesn't make her a bitch.
     
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    It looks like we have opposite experiences. I get much better reactions approaching in the course of my normal life than at a club.
     
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    :io:
    Thought this thread was about baby seals. :)
     
  10. iwishyouwerebeer

    iwishyouwerebeer you shut your cunt Moderator

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    Depends on physical hotness. Because people at the club are superficial as fuck a lot of times, it's not about personality usually in a place where you can't even make conversation.
     
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    holy shit that was funny....you made me LOL
     
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    If you're white, don't [attempt to] dance.
     
  13. guiltybystand3r

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    Brings lots of glow sticks and wear the baggiest pants you own
     
  14. JohnJohnJohnson

    JohnJohnJohnson Effetely Sipping My Latte OT Supporter

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    Without conscious practice and some behavioral training, or in other words, if you're just "being yourself," I find that what matters is your mood. If I am feeling in a certain mood then I get people seeking approval and being touchy-feely, whereas if I am in another mood I will get people very nastily snubbing me and avoiding me.

    Since my moods are unreliable... not even true. Since my mood is reliably not where I want it, I focus on emulating good-mood behavior regardless of my frame of mind. This requires conscious practice and lots of "creepy" analytical thought (which of course I conceal, keep to myself).

    But if you (OP) are one of those people who sort of knows how to get himself worked up into a hyper/fun/good mood then that's your best bet.
     
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    not quite true - if you're white, don't attempt to dance well.

    unlike in a stage performance, dancing in a club is a social act.

    on stage, your actual dancing ability is what matters, unless it's supposed to be funny.

    socially, all that matters is your vibe.

    therefore, go ahead and dance, if you can do it without feeling bad about it. people won't tool you because they'll recognize that you already know you aren't good at dancing and that you clearly aren't trying to hide it. again, just for extra amazing clarity. it's a social act (being confidently bad), not a performance act (being good).

    also regardless of whatever the assholes will tell you; this works well with girls. i went up to a black girl at a dance specifically because i knew she could out dance me, and my smile indicated that i knew it, and i just let her show off. she even wanted to hook up but then she had wtf bad breath.
     
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    Worst advice ever.

    I used to be scared of dancing like all the other fellas. Now I head straight to the dance floor.
     
  17. guiltybystand3r

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    just bump and grind
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  18. iwishyouwerebeer

    iwishyouwerebeer you shut your cunt Moderator

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    you think he's kidding, but he's definitely not
     
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    yea.. that litery is exacly what its like :/

    god.. we are such hoes now eh?
     
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    White man's overbite.
     
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    I was being [trying] facetious.

    I think that advice is useful - that is if you have Elaine's style.
     
  22. JohnJohnJohnson

    JohnJohnJohnson Effetely Sipping My Latte OT Supporter

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    for future reference, humor on off topic is denoted by

    ":run:" or ":joshers:" or "j/k"

    didn't someone already explain this to lady goodman in a nearby thread...?
     
  23. BradUF

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    Give it your whitest best.
     
  24. JohnJohnJohnson

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    :rofl:
     
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    Buahahahahahahah :rofl: :bowrofl:
     

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