When we’re in high school, we can’t wait for the day we turn 18 so we can finally leave that hellhole and go clubbing every weekend. But after a decade of hard partying and drinking, there’s one particular party that will really grab your party veteran attention: your high school reunion. Circle of life stuff right here; you’ve gone back to school!
It’s the age old question of why do girls take so many photos of themselves. Isn’t one enough? (Um…no).
I guess it comes down to the fact that most girls are insecure and taking photos of themselves is a way to heighten their self esteem.
There are those people who you get along with really well but only when you are out drinking. They make your night funner, you make there’s funner. But the friendship seems to dwindle with the coming of the hang over. You don’t speak to them all week and they don’t contact you either.
Check out our latest edition in our series of articles focusing of the inner workings of the bar and nightclub business. Anything from marketing to reaching your target audience, bar marketing wiz Nick Fosberg can lead you the way to success. A must see for anyone in the bar/nightclub business or for anyone considering opening a bar/nightclub of your very own.
It happens to everyone. One minute you’re having the best time dancing away with your friends when suddenly, in the corner of your eye, you spot your ex lover or friend. That one person who will manage to ruin your night just by looking at them. How dare they be in your club. How dare they dance where you dance. They shouldn’t be allowed in, right? Wrong.
Shocking, controversial. These are just some of the words you’ll hear about SBS2′s new series ViveCoolCity. Remember how SBS used to be notorious for foreign movies with graphic sex scenes? This is a show that they had to show at 11:30pm! Yeah, it’s even hardcore by SBS standards!
If there’s one industry out there that’s both grueling and monotonous, it’s hospitality. Whether you’re one of the waiting staff, a barista, or in the kitchen, it’s hard yakka. I’ve been a kitchenhand on and off since late 2007, so I know what I’m talking about. Many a dish have been scrubbed with my suddy hands.
Yet another inaugural fail in our series of articles focusing of the alcohol induced stupidity that happens on any good night out on the town. If you want to submit a video, post in on YouTube (as you do) and send the link to matt(at)barsandnightclubs.com.au. Enjoy!
On an ordinary night out, yes I would usually be drinking. I was all over the vodka lemonades and wet pussy shots, dancing like Beyonce and getting home when it was daylight. But as the nights get darker and the air is colder, I’ve swapped the heels for boots and the alcohol for my car keys and been the designated driver doing good deeds for my friends on a night out.
Don’t you hate it when you’re on a night out, having a great time without a care in the world, when *gasp* disaster strikes and suddenly your whole night is basically ruined? Just think of the awful possibilities… Your phone has died, you’ve lost your friends and you’re stranded all alone in a dark club with seizure-inducing lights.