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.
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?
Women continually question their ‘dignity’ and level of maintainable ‘respect’ when they ‘hook-up’ with a man who has already scored earlier in the night.
Guys: I’ll let you in on a little secret. When it comes to picking up in clubs, girls often try just as hard as guys do. You’re probably reading this and thinking, yeah right. But it’s true. Take it from a girl – often we’re just as keen to strike up a conversation with the opposite sex as you are.
“Hey, what’s your number? I will hit you up some time.” That classic line is much too common to some women, however, women continue to give men a ‘phone number’ even though they have no intention of sleeping with him, let alone texting him! Therefore, women have resorted to a tactic that seems to ease their conscience and at the same time portray eagerness.
Tearing up the dance floor is the main ingredient for awesome partying. But let’s face it, it’s sweaty stuff. No girl wants to talk to a guy that smells like he hasn’t had a shower in two weeks. While deodorant generally helps mask the smell of B.O as a result of strenuous twerking on the dance floor, a good aftershave really adds an advantage when it comes to chatting up that hottie at the bar.
A casual conversation may seem effortless with the girls and the topics are very generic, but when it comes to the guys, having a chat at the pub, there is a lot more depth to their conversations.
When planning a good night out, it is vital one always be aware of a certain nightlife nemesis that may strike at any given time. The trick in conquering your enemy is to know them. Here are a few common bad guys known for roaming the nights where liquor is flowing and fists are pumping.
You meet a girl in a bar on a Saturday night and really hit it off. You talk for a while and think she might be into you, so you bite the bullet and ask for her number. After waiting the mandatory three days (you don’t want to seem too desperate), you call her. She answers and you say, “How are you going, cutie?”