Monday, 26 May 2014

Girls Night Out

I'm a rubbish friend, and trust me I'm not exaggerating, my best pal Robyn will vouch for this, so I thought it was about time I met up with her and we went out for a drink. What was supposed to be a girl date turned into a large group of us going out, still not sure how that happened!


What started as a quiet night in Weatherspoons turned into a pub/club crawl around Merthyr.


I wore ridiculously high heels and got carried everywhere.


We had a really good night and it was so nice to see everyone! While they are all leaving school for university in September I'll be going a year later, as I have one year left in college. I'm really looking forward to visiting them all at universities across the country.


Things I learnt from my first night out clubbing...

1. Wear comfortable shoes. My poor feet are in agony today, some of the girls have blisters too.

2. Never, ever leave your drink unattended. There are lots of creeps who go out and spike peoples drinks. They don't care who you are, what responsibilities you have, they'll put something in your drink and it'll make you very ill. Luckily my mum has drilled this into my head so anytime I left my drink I would just buy a new one. Better safe than sorry. 

3. If in doubt, pretend to be lesbian. I'm serious, all guys in clubs seem to be trying to do is stick their tongue down your throat and no matter how much protesting you do they won't give up. When I found myself in this situation where a guy was following me round a club and trying to kiss me I grabbed Robyn and introduced her as my girlfriend, he couldn't believe it but it worked! (Obviously if someone's making you uncomfortable then ask a bouncer to remove them)

4. Don't do the rounds. By this I mean go round kissing anything that shows you abit of interest. Why? I have a friend, every time we go out she drinks to excess and last night I witnessed one of the most disturbing things I'd ever seen...after throwing up on the side of the road she followed us to the next club where she had one drink and 'did the rounds'. Moral of the story? You don't know where that persons mouth has been or what's been in it.

5. Stay together. The most terrifying thing I found about that night was loosing individuals in the dark, people wandering off and not being able to find them. If you get in a rough situation it's better to be in a group or a pair than on your own.

6. Pace yourself. I did this very well, as soon as I felt a 'sick' feeling in my stomach I stopped drinking alcohol all together. Woke up the next morning fresh as a daisy.

On June the 20th we're going to Cardiff, the capital of Wales. Wish me luck.

Anything you'd like to add? Any tips for clubbing?

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3 comments:

  1. I think if a guy is being that much of a creep that won't leave you alone even if you protest, you should tell the bouncer or someone that works there. You should never have to put up with that behaviour, it's not right! :) Comfortable shoes for nights out are a must! I've learned that the hard way too :')

    Frankie x
    Crazyblondegal

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    1. Hey Frankie! Haha yeah I totally understand where your coming from but sometimes I know them and I don't want to get anyone kicked out on a night out so it's Robyn and I's tactic! It's something we came up with for a laugh! I need to get comfortable clubbing shoes!

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  2. Really enjoyed that post,excellent read and from working in nightclubs for a few years,i ca understand everything you have said there! Thanks for sharing this very enjoyable post! xx

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