Clubbing can be considered a sport for singles… Or the unfaithful. If we’re being honest, people going out are usually looking for other people to hook up with. The music pumping, the tiny outfits, dancing 2cms away from each other, it can really set the mood. I’m not saying this is everyone, just saying it is usually considered an integral component of the full nightclub experience.
Drunk texting… There are a number of things you should not operate under the influence. A car, a boat, a plane, heavy machinery, and a phone. It’s that time of night where tequila starts yelling “HE DON’T KNO HOW MUCH U LUV HIM GURL U GOTTA TELL HIM!” It’s also the time where vodka chimes in squealing “ooooh that bitch, how dare she steal yo’ boyfrand last Tuesday, who the hell does she think she is hmm?”
This is the second part of a two part article on how to avoid drunkenness and squalor on your night out.
At Bars And Nightclubs, we do not condone drink driving. However, we do believe that if you’re in a hurry and want to avoid the blue blockade then there are certain streets around Brisbane you need to avoid.
Well well well, here is a question that can fire up a hell of a debate. Can people in relationships still go out clubbing, or do they have to avoid the party atmosphere now that they’re in a relationship?
Dang! Clubbing can be pretty heckers! Especially when you’ve got three vodka-cruisers and a quart of slick Red Bulls coursing through your system. Not to mention the poppers, uppers, downers, frowners, browners, pingers, mingers, and dingers you need to intake to have a good time WHEN OUT on the town.
There are two ways, of course, that you can approach the matter. How to remain sober, and what to avoid with the following morning in mind.
Yes, we have all been there. A night out is something we all look forward at the end of the week, but more often than not, it’s a night that we don’t always remember. Here are the top 5 ways to help fill in the blank spaces from a wicked night out.
In my opinion, Australia Day is almost better than Christmas Day. Practically the entire country celebrates this beautiful land in unison…plus it’s another excuse to get ridiculously drunk, and have a ridiculously crazy Aussie Day party. But before you start sending Facey invites, here’s a few tips to help get you through the day and night—because Christ knows if it’s an Australia Day party, it’s going to get pretty wild.