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Offline Gibbo3771
« Posted 2014-03-08 00:41:58 »

In a night club, everyone is drunk, high and just plain stupid.

Dragged by the missus, what's your move? Lol

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Offline VIrtueeL
« Reply #1 - Posted 2014-03-08 00:45:38 »

i would get more drunk and more high LOL ^^

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Offline Rayvolution

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2014-03-08 00:46:44 »

Sit at the table in a corner on your tablet/phone and read java-gaming.org until your missus is bored and you can go home and get back to programming.

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Offline opiop65

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2014-03-08 00:47:06 »

*sigh* That's outside the box...

Offline opiop65

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« Reply #4 - Posted 2014-03-08 00:49:01 »

Or just tell her you're leaving... I don't get the whole night club scene, especially when you are in a relationship. I mean, girls pretty much go there to dance with guys and get drunk. If you're not single then what's the point? If my girlfriend asked me to go to a club, I'd say no because I'm not old enough yet and because its a damn club Tongue

Of course, she would never even want to go clubbing in the first place! That's why you pick out a girl that's just a little nerdy so you can introduce her to all the good stuff like DnD and programming Smiley She loves DnD but I've yet to get her addicted to programming Tongue working on it...

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« Reply #5 - Posted 2014-03-08 00:49:42 »

You're there already so enjoy it. People watch. Have some fun. Be a little stupid yourself. You don't have to get high or drunk to do it, if it isn't your thing.
Offline Rayvolution

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« Reply #6 - Posted 2014-03-08 01:03:34 »

You're there already so enjoy it. People watch. Have some fun. Be a little stupid yourself. You don't have to get high or drunk to do it, if it isn't your thing.

You're making the assumption that clubs are fun in the first place. Most mature adults actually don't like them, or only go in very small doses, once or twice a year with some close friends maybe. Wink

(and yes, I know there's exceptions to the rule, but most mature adults can't stand the "bar/club scene".. and most of the people who claim they're mature adults who do, aren't actually mature.) Cheesy

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Offline nerb
« Reply #7 - Posted 2014-03-08 01:08:18 »

Live it up. If it's anything like here, you'll either soon chuck your guts up, or some spanner high on eccies will try and smack your head in. Both are reasonable excuses to go home.


(...hence why i don't like nightclubs much...)
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« Reply #8 - Posted 2014-03-08 01:24:14 »

Ugh... dragged.

I'd drink enough just to let the night pass by, then make every excuse not to go after that. Night clubs are only fun when you actually want to be there... Otherwise, it is just drag central.  Emo

Offline saucymeatman
« Reply #9 - Posted 2014-03-08 01:26:53 »

If your not into getting drunk/high, It definetly puts you in a shitty spot. Watching people get drunk/high is so awfull. Tough spot.
Is your missus inebriated?
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Offline saucymeatman
« Reply #10 - Posted 2014-03-08 01:28:59 »

You're there already so enjoy it. People watch. Have some fun. Be a little stupid yourself. You don't have to get high or drunk to do it, if it isn't your thing.
You definetly have to be high or drunk or single to enjoy a nightclub, common.
Offline Gibbo3771
« Reply #11 - Posted 2014-03-08 02:56:36 »

If your not into getting drunk/high, It definetly puts you in a shitty spot. Watching people get drunk/high is so awfull. Tough spot.
Is your missus inebriated?

Completely
Or just tell her you're leaving... I don't get the whole night club scene, especially when you are in a relationship. I mean, girls pretty much go there to dance with guys and get drunk. If you're not single then what's the point? If my girlfriend asked me to go to a club, I'd say no because I'm not old enough yet and because its a damn club Tongue

Of course, she would never even want to go clubbing in the first place! That's why you pick out a girl that's just a little nerdy so you can introduce her to all the good stuff like DnD and programming Smiley She loves DnD but I've yet to get her addicted to programming Tongue working on it...

Clubs are shite, I tried your suggestion... Thanks, I'll be on the couch tonight

Sit at the table in a corner on your tablet/phone and read java-gaming.org until your missus is bored and you can go home and get back to programming.

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Offline The Lion King
« Reply #12 - Posted 2014-03-08 03:35:34 »

Just dance man. Just dance. Drinking will kill your mood even worse if your dragged just go have fun , ignore the nonsense

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Offline opiop65

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« Reply #13 - Posted 2014-03-08 04:18:59 »

If your significant other puts you on the couch over that.... I really feel for you then. That's terrible, I hate women that do that, no offense. How is it their right to get mad at you for not going clubbing and getting drunk off your ass? If you don't want to, you shouldn't have to AND you shouldn't have to deal with any sort of repercussions...

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« Reply #14 - Posted 2014-03-08 04:40:33 »

Your last two posts sound exactly like how I feel opiop.  Haha, I want to find friends that think the same way where I live.  I should probably try looking harder, thanks for the motivation!
P.S. you're lucky to have found someone who loves to play DnD  Cool Cheesy
Offline Gibbo3771
« Reply #15 - Posted 2014-03-08 10:57:34 »

If your significant other puts you on the couch over that.... I really feel for you then. That's terrible, I hate women that do that, no offense. How is it their right to get mad at you for not going clubbing and getting drunk off your ass? If you don't want to, you shouldn't have to AND you shouldn't have to deal with any sort of repercussions...

Well....there are other things. I have been out pub crawling since 1300, I WAS supposed to go and meet her after work but told her to just go home and make her own way up...I also said I would have a drink the house before we go out, obviously that never happened.

Lets just say that there was  of things lead to my ultimate demise lol.

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« Reply #16 - Posted 2014-03-08 15:21:19 »

Your last two posts sound exactly like how I feel opiop.  Haha, I want to find friends that think the same way where I live.  I should probably try looking harder, thanks for the motivation!
P.S. you're lucky to have found someone who loves to play DnD  Cool Cheesy

I dont think you should.
Its nice to have around people who think just like you, but it will eventually make you dumber and close minded.
I actually admire Gibbo for making an effort for his significant other. I am prety sure she knows you're not the dancer type and she appreciates that you're making sn effort to be with her doing something she enjoys. She will eventualy do something she does not enjoy but will do it for you. And thats good in a relationship. You will both introduce something new to each other and you will have more to talk about with each other and with other people.

Its cool that opiop has found someone like yourslef but you should also take care with that. You have to remember to exercise things like curiosity, respect and tolerance towards people not like you. Otherwise you might become a close minded bitter person too soon (we will all be like that but only when we are old).

With cities with millions of people and facebook and stuff it's pretty easy to close your world to only things you like and live on with your prejudices and idiossyncrasies and you might never get bothered by someone listening to an annoying music at full volume. But you will also miss the chance to discover a new hobby,a funny friend or the love of your life who happens to enjoy dancing even though you dont.

Offline TeamworkGuy2

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« Reply #17 - Posted 2014-03-08 18:20:52 »

Good alternative viewpoint teletubo, thank you for the reminder.  I just haven't had any close friends for the past few years and I'm getting quite lonely Emo
It's easy to find different people in the world, but most of them aren't open minded and so don't seem interested in associating with people unlike themselves.

My mention of finding people who think the same way was more along moral lines rather than personnel interests.  I don't want to hang out with people who swear constantly, have their head in the gutter, or want to 'have a good time' and drink or go clubbing all the time.
I want to meet people who are calm and thoughtful, I love a good conversation whether similar or different from my own viewpoint persecutioncomplex
Offline Rayvolution

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« Reply #18 - Posted 2014-03-08 20:28:07 »

Good alternative viewpoint teletubo, thank you for the reminder.  I just haven't had any close friends for the past few years and I'm getting quite lonely Emo
It's easy to find different people in the world, but most of them aren't open minded and so don't seem interested in associating with people unlike themselves.

My mention of finding people who think the same way was more along moral lines rather than personnel interests.  I don't want to hang out with people who swear constantly, have their head in the gutter, or want to 'have a good time' and drink or go clubbing all the time.
I want to meet people who are calm and thoughtful, I love a good conversation whether similar or different from my own viewpoint persecutioncomplex


Sounds like you're simply just more mature than your peer group. Wink

Referencing my previous post; People tend to become more introverted, less insecure and realize that "clubbin" and all activities related to "clubin" are a silly waste of time as they mature into adults.

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Offline TeamworkGuy2

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« Reply #19 - Posted 2014-03-08 20:42:05 »

Thanks that makes me feel better. I've got something to look forward to as my peer group gets old Cheesy, but the window of opportunity seems small, since a lot of people I know over ~40-50 tend to get all reminiscent about events that have already occurred rather than thinking about future possibilities.
Which is a peeve of mine, but I won't go there...
Offline opiop65

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« Reply #20 - Posted 2014-03-08 21:57:00 »

I don't entirely see how having someone that doesn't drag me places that she knows I would hate is a bad thing? I understand expanding your views on life, but being dragged to a club is hardly going to enlighten me.

A good partner can not only can encourage you to try new things, but actually do them with you. I understand if your significant other forces you to go to a play or a museum because its good for you to experience but seriously. No one in a relationship should make another do what they don't want especially when it is going to go get drunk and high, two things that aren't good for your health.

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« Reply #21 - Posted 2014-03-08 22:28:40 »

I don't entirely see how having someone that doesn't drag me places that she knows I would hate is a bad thing? I understand expanding your views on life, but being dragged to a club is hardly going to enlighten me.

A good partner can not only can encourage you to try new things, but actually do them with you. I understand if your significant other forces you to go to a play or a museum because its good for you to experience but seriously. No one in a relationship should make another do what they don't want especially when it is going to go get drunk and high, two things that aren't good for your health.

Half the time when your significant other wants you to "have fun" when the activity is immature, unhealthy and you object to it (IE: getting High at a club) they're actually just trying to justify to themselves that their behavior is acceptable and something "everyone does for fun". By you objecting to it they have to accept the fact that what they want to do might not be "what everyone does for fun" and thus it becomes much harder to ignore the immature and unhealthy sides of the activity because you're expressing that there are reasonably alternatives.

..Bet none of you realized a Psychology major can be a programmer/graphics designer. *evil grin*

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« Reply #22 - Posted 2014-03-08 22:29:41 »

I dont think she is dragging him knowing he hates it. Its like showing that youtube video you found hilarious and want to share it with your girl with te hope she wil laugh and feel good with you. Sometimes she will not enjoy te video at all but she will smile nevertheles because she knows you liked it and dont want to spoil it.

Someday he will want to go to a video games show and will like share that with her, even tough she's not a gamer at all. She might have a good time or not. She will hopefully keep smiling as he did at the club.

And not all people go to club to get drunk and high and not all girls go tere to make out with guys. Some people just like to dance, others to drink. As far as I understod she did not force him to drink or get high. And people (specially women) like to have their partner near in moments they deem enjoyable. Its not only about enlightment and broading your mind, it's about being a good partner to the one you love.

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« Reply #23 - Posted 2014-03-09 02:59:35 »

Get out of the club and realise that you aren't experiencing love. Or at least, you're experiencing 'fake love'.

Real love involves real, like-minded people who you can mentally connect/bond with.

- Jev

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