This article was supposed to be posted during the Madurey shooting incident but since my blog went haywire during that time, only now I got the time to post this. Kesulitan tersebut amatlah dikesali.
In my whole life, I only started going to Indian clubs when I finished my SPM and that too, for the sake of having a peek on how those clubs/pubs actually look like. Three things that you must experience when you visit a club – Cigarette smoke all over the place, booze and girls. These three things are basically inseparable and if you are comfortable with all these, then congratulations, you have been approved as a certified clubber.
Gambar sekadar hiasan and courtesy of Google
However, just like how there are a few rule of thumbs in life, the same applies in clubbing too. What I am going to pen down below are based on my personal observation thus my point of view might be different than yours. If you have something to say, you are more than welcome to comment below.
So, what are the rule of thumb in clubbing? Basically, there are some. Have you read the news regarding the Madurey shooting incident lately? At first, the news piece reported that a fight broke out between a group of friends with the club bouncers in which the group was denied entry since it was already passed 4am. A few days later, another news came in stating that the actual reason of the brawl was due to one particular group baiting a girl of another group in the club and within a blink of eye, two innocent lives were gone just like that. My deepest condolences to them.
Having said that, let me start with the first rule of thumb in clubbing : Continue reading the rest of this entry »