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Thinly-disguised entrances to Hell where bad things happen. Tell us your dancefloor disasters.

(, Wed 8 Apr 2009, 12:35)
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I started going out age 17 and gave up about 5 years ago, just can't stay up that late any more. Had some fun times though, and some times I just thought I was having fun. I have become boring in my late 20's, and cynical of my reasons why I was so into going out back in those days, perhaps I was looking for something; I never found it and lost a lot of sleep instead. I met a lot of lovely people that I have largely lost touch with now. I'm not a miserable person, I'm just tired. I listen to Radio 4 in the car now, and most of my vinyl is in storage.

It saddens me, but I have been many a time jaded by a pre-work Saturday breakfast being interrupted by the appearance of an old friend, clearly still drug- and alcohol-addled, and by the fact that this meeting is tarnished by our inability to relate to each other in that moment.

Did I leave the party early or did they stay too long?
(, Wed 8 Apr 2009, 20:18, 2 replies)
I vote for the latter
I know some people like that, and watching them try to hold on to their version of hip and relevant, trying to stay nineteen now that we're in our thirties, is almost painful sometimes. I like a nice party and night out as much as the next person, but it isn't my life. Move on, adapt, evolve -- hanging on to 'those days' with all your might just doesn't look so good from the outside.
(, Thu 9 Apr 2009, 19:07, closed)
you matured?
(, Fri 10 Apr 2009, 22:53, closed)

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