Nice article mentioned by MarkyMark. Here is some of it:
Why bother with clubs?
"Because you might get a shag," is the usual response. Really? If that's the only way you can find a partner - preening and jigging about like a desperate animal - you shouldn't be attempting to breed in the first place. What's your next trick? Inventing fire? People like you are going to spin civilisation into reverse. You're a moron, and so is that haircut you're trying to impress. Any offspring you eventually blast out should be drowned in a pan before they can do any harm. Or open any more nightclubs.
Mind you, since in about 20 years' time these same people will be standing waist-deep in skeletons, in an arid post-nuclear wasteland, clubbing each other to death in a fight for the last remaining glass of water, perhaps they're wise to enjoy these carefree moments while they last. Even if they're only pretending.
Great article. We need more rants like these. What the drugged up, muscle worshipping, ass shaking club zombies don't understand is that they're parasites. I'm an introvert, I hate clubs and superficial meetings in general. I don't really mind living a very predictable and by all standards boring life. Like the author, I'm guessing it will be easier to shrug off clubbing when I'm older. Right now I get the "are you a freak?" looks.
The club zombies don't care about being parasites (and may not even know what the word means).
The cure for the "are you a freak?" look is a wedding ring. Even if you aren't married, consider getting one. Before I got a wedding ring, I got looks of contempt and disgust from American women. After getting the ring, I was simply ignored. A wedding ring is also an expression in support of marriage and against feminism. The only downside is that it isn't entirely honest, but if I was young and single and stuck in America, I would wear one.
The cure for the "are you a freak?" look is a wedding ring. Even if you aren't married, consider getting one. Before I got a wedding ring, I got looks of contempt and disgust from women. After getting the ring, I was simply ignored. A wedding ring is also an expression in support of marriage and against feminism. The only downside is that it isn't entirely honest, but if I was young and single and stuck in America, I would wear one.
It's interesting that you mention a wedding ring. Whenever the guys at work (who epitomize the articles clubber description) ask me if I wanna go to a club and get some chicks, I always tell them I'm saving money for marriage. If they ask me about dating some poptart bimbo, I say the same thing. Devlin in Sexual Utopia In Power said that's what we should say when we're encouraged to waste money on loser women.
Nightclubs are just competitions and meat markets with overpriced drinks and loud music thrown in. I avoid those places like the plague now. Nothing for me there. Impossible too to hold a decent convo with the loud music in those places.
And, yeah, nightclubs are hell for average guys.
I got kicked out of a club once for rocking back and forth a bit due to my condition (they said/thought I was drunk and I don't drink, go figure)
I've never been back to that club...I've boycotted that club since then.