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  1. #1
    Mystery_wannabe Guest

    Default Going to a club for the first time

    Hey guys, I wish there was a "Miscellaneous" section somewhere but I guess this will do.

    I was invited by a female friend to go clubbing for new years (doing count down there). I've decided to break away from house rules (12 am curfew) as I've gained enough respect from my parents and decided to make the leap and go.

    Let me state right off the bat that I'm not gaming this girl and that she's been a friend of mine before I've entered PUAism. But I've never gone clubbing in my whole entire life. So other than "loud noises and dancing" what can I expect?

    Are there any dress codes I should be aware of?

    What are some things to watch out for?

    If I want to practice opening some girls, what can I do? Any easy canned openers I can actually try?

    I'm not very comfortable with drinking (my face turns bright red), how can I ease out of that situation?

    Should I do some research on certain things before going? If so, what is it?

    I know I sound a bit weird here, but I want this experience to be as smooth as possible and to me, a place with hell loud music and loads of people is something I'm not quite accustomed to. Thanks for your time.

  2. #2
    Bare_Legs Guest

    Default Re: Going to a club for the first time

    If a girl is tipsy or crazy enough, a bright red face will be appealing :P

    But I digress. Door b!tches can be really bitchy so I say you dress up. Nice shoes or fancy loafers, collared shirts, nice pants. In short, dress up! I guess you should also ask the girl you're going with if you're going to the fancier type of clubs and what's the expected getup. I mean, what if she's taking you in a Goth-inspired one where you will look out of place in a collared, clean, colorful shirt?

    Try Googling the name of the bar too. There may be pictures of their regulars on the net to give you an idea.

    Oh, and you have to look comfortable in what you wear so don't go over the top. Plus, it's New Year, people may be too drunk to notice

  3. #3
    smoothcriminal Guest

    Default Re: Going to a club for the first time

    Wear get ups that are comfortable in you. If you don't have any idea what the people or visitors usually wear, you can do some research and ask for some advice from your buddies. So that you won't look odd when you wear clothes that are way different from what the people are wearing there.

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    culturedpearls Guest

    Default Re: Going to a club for the first time

    Definitely no sandals or sneakers dude. Some clubs allow jeans but some don't so better check with your friend.

    As for openers, maybe you can get them to debate the merits of a particular drink for you. "Excuse me girls, I don't want to be that hung over tomorrow so what do you think, should I order X or Y instead?"

    Or you can try that celebrity routine, "Excuse me girls, any of you from TV? (Noo....) Well, I just noticed several guys looking your way so I wondered what the fusss was about. I'm Jason, and you are?" (offer your hand)

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    royalflash Guest

    Default Re: Going to a club for the first time

    I know how it feels when going to a club for the first time. You don't have an idea what's really in there- the people, the culture, what to do and not to do. Going to a club for the first time could be fun and exciting. Just remember some tips. Gaining a good first impression when entering a club is a great deal, especially when you want to meet up girls and do some pick up game. Wear clothes that are casual but not common. Definitely, no sandals and sneakers(from culturedpearls). And be ready with your openers. That would help you stay up with the girls.

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    bloodDiamond Guest

    Default Re: Going to a club for the first time

    It would be a nerve racking experience if you don't know what to do when you're in a bar.You should or must know the the simple tips from wearing clothes to gestures and in picking up women(openers).

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    smoothcriminal Guest

    Default Re: Going to a club for the first time

    It is indeed an exciting experience going to a bar for the first time. You can practice and learn puma skills in this place. But first, you have to know what are the important tips when going to a bar or when you are inside a bar. As mentioned from the above responses, you must know how to dress up yourself, appropriate for the place.Learn the simple steps of dance moves when dancing on the dance floor with a girl.All those stuff can be learned. I just forgot the specific thread/threads about these things..Just go over the forum topics.

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    Mystery_wannabe Guest

    Default Re: Going to a club for the first time

    The table has turned a bit for me and a new obstacle just appeared. Basically the girl I was supposed to meet up with to enter the club has suddenly texted me telling me to go in first cause she maybe late with her friends and it is unknown when they will come.

    Now I'm getting worried. I hate that awkward moment like those guys in PUA show holding onto that glass of beer/wine and just standing around looking like a dork. Any tips before I head down? I mean, I haven't even been to this place yet. I know nothing about it and I'm being left alone. Arghh!!

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    Default Re: Going to a club for the first time

    Small stuff:

    Try to talk to everyone (bouncers, doormen, bartenders, etc).

    Also - talk to a lot of people, not just girls. Befriend as many people as you can, try to give value and never TAKE energy or value (ie. an example would be offering to get the bouncer some water or asking him how is night is going).

    Don't just stand in one spot. Move around. Smile at people. Act like everyone there is your friend.

    Good luck.

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    Mystery_wannabe Guest

    Default Re: Going to a club for the first time

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Preston View Post
    Small stuff:

    Try to talk to everyone (bouncers, doormen, bartenders, etc).

    Also - talk to a lot of people, not just girls. Befriend as many people as you can, try to give value and never TAKE energy or value (ie. an example would be offering to get the bouncer some water or asking him how is night is going).

    Don't just stand in one spot. Move around. Smile at people. Act like everyone there is your friend.

    Good luck.
    Thanks for the advice Bill. Would it be valid to ask them for tips? Like tell them that this is my first time going clubbing? Can you be a bit more specific on what topics I could use to start conversations with groups in general (not pick up stuff)?


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