does anyone ever go to the club(s) alone? nights of solitude and dancing? i am just curious/nosey since most people tend to travel in packs. i've done it a couple of times and it was an alright experience for the most part.
i've done it many times.... even driven out of town by myself to go out, but then again like others said i know i'll usually run into someone i know... i'd rather be out on my own enjoying music than sitting around bored at home
I've gone many times
And i don't mind as long as mentioned before that the music is good and the vibe rocks.
then it can suck
and again as mentioned, u usually meet friends or folks u know, soo its all good
and the most important thing, it teaches urself to be independent and to have fun on ur own.
My thing is that if i go alone, I dont have to worry about others having a good time, and i can leave when ever i want. i dont have to worry about me wanting to stay or leave or others
I find it's the best way to go out and really have fun, no obligations of other people. No leaving to early because of someone else, no staying late because someone else want's to stay, it's easier to meet other people.
Solo = no compromises; you can go where ya wanna, whenever ya wanna. I often go out alone, whether at home or out of town. If I don't bump into friends, I usually make new acquaintances without trying -- that just sorta happens on its own somehow...
Yeah, once in a while...I often work late (past midnight) so if I want to hear some good music and my friends are already out or committed for the night, I'd do it.
Plusses: can meet new people easier, and often with my friends there's a dynamic where we end up partying harder than we should or go to several places, whereas by myself I tend to just hit one place, see what's it like, and then leave with a sense of satisfaction just because I've gone to a place by myself and had a decent time.
Negatives: if doing chemicals and on a bad thought pattern, there ain't nobody there to lean on or cheer you up.
On the whole, I'm more into the shared experience these days...any night of the year there's something going on, so I have less of a feeling that I'm missing out on something.