Here is a list of do's and don'ts to help you learn the tricks
of nightclub etiquette:
What to wear, what to wear
If you're going to a trendy, posh nightclub, wear a nice pair
of pants, a classy shirt and dressy shoes. You are not going
to the mall so don't wear jeans, t-shirts, shorts, flip flops
or rubber shoes. If you are going with friends, make sure that
they too know how to dress up. Because if one gets into trouble
for not knowing or following the rules, chances are your whole
group will suffer for it.
Facing the line and the bouncer
There may be line once you get to the club. Approach the bouncer
and be friendly. Casually ask how long the wait will be. If
the bouncer looks indifferent, discreetly slip a bill in his
palm while shaking his hand. Remember to be inconspicuous. You
can also try arriving with women because bouncers let the ladies
in first. Women have it very easy when it comes to getting into
clubs. You are less likely to get in if you are a large group
of males, so narrow down the size of your group by splitting
up while waiting in line.
Avoid being bounced
Bouncers are your ticket in. Remember that if you annoy the
bouncer, not only will you not get into the club; you will never
be able to show your face in line again.
When you get to the bar
When you get to the bar to order some drinks, try to order for
everyone in your group. Get your friends' orders and all of
you can take turns in doing this. Be patient; the bar may get
really busy at times. Don't resort to rudeness and arrogance
to get the bartender's attention. Like you, nobody likes to
be treated like a servant. Because s/he isn't, you know.
Paying for drinks
Many people commit the mistake of running up a huge tab on their
credit cards when nightclubbing. With the huge crowd the bartender
is attending to every second, chances of you getting overcharged
by mistake on your card is not unheard of. So to be smart about
it, we suggest that you always have your money ready when ordering
and paying for drinks.
On the dance floor
Dancing is not a talent everyone can claim for themselves. This
being the case, it doesn't necessarily mean that you are banned
from dancing at nightclubs. So what do you do if you have two
left feet? May we suggest don't call attention to yourself by
bumping and grinding with others who are not into it? Or by
dancing like maniac and bothering everyone on the dance floor?
Continuing to annoy others and misbehaving yourself is just
asking for trouble. You might get bounced and ruin the evening
for others. Just move to the music and enjoy yourself. Dancing
is not rocket science.
these TOP CHAT SITES!
If youre single, youve probably gone to a
singles bar at some point in your life, hoping to make
a love connection.
Our live chat line is the easy way to meet people in your
local area, just grab the phone and call now!
Its always so exciting to meet new people, discover
and start new relationships, and just take it to the next
Everyone is talking and experimenting with the Free Chat
Rooms. Meet other people in your area today!