Pre drinking, or ‘pre gaming’, before a night out on the town has been around since the dawn of time. It’s the fine line between a good and a terrible night out. To make sure everyone has a responsible time, here is a list of the pros and cons of pre drinking.
So in case you missed it, the current Queensland government has announced plans to introduce legislation making clubs and bars unable to serve alcohol after 2am. I know. Rude. However, safety is paramount and with the level of physical assaults on the rise it is necessary that something be done.
As much as we all like partying and drinking, sometimes there are nights when you just can’t be fucked. Whether it’s because of a big pile of uni assignments or things have been hectic at work, all you want to do is watch Netflix, without the “chill” part. Your friends will plead with you to go out clubbing with them, but how do you get yourself in the mood?
We all have our limits when it comes to alcoholic drinks. Knowing when to stop drinking is mandatory before you embarrass yourself, harass others, throw up or get yourself into trouble. Sometimes it is best not to cross the line between tipsy to drunk and disorderly. In the interest of safety and respect for the law, it is best to have at least one semi-sober friend too.
There’s no denying it, Sydney is a very expensive place for a night out. Sydney is considered the third most expensive city in the world. This is based on ‘cost of living’, but hey, what’s living without going out.
So how can you save some cash while avoiding options like drinking goon in a random park?
You hit the discounted pre-drinks a little harder then planned but you’re definitely more than capable of tackling the rest of the night. Now puny human you must prove your worth to The Bouncer… *pause for dramatic effect.
Here are 5 tips to help you beat the mini boss of the nightlife scene.
Good Friday is fast approaching and many of us will be spending at least part of it getting our drank on with our mates on a well deserved night out – what better way to commemorate a bloke that turned water into wine. Whereas some of us will be lapping up them good vibes at a gathering or house party, a lot of us will be out on the town looking for bunnies of our own.
Everyone utilises pre-drinks, also known as ‘pre’s’ before a night out to achieve a different goal. The general idea is to get a little bit of a buzz before the night begins, but I definitely know some people whose thinking is more along the lines of, ‘I want to be smashed by the time I get out of the cab’.
There are certain venues out there that everyone knows is just for pre-drinks early in the night before heading out elsewhere for hard core partying. It seems Mango knows its place, being the tiny, secluded bar that it is, literately around the corner from