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post #46 of 116
Plunking down a hundred or more for a "Night at the Roxbury" experience. Horrible "oosh oosh oosh" music that prevents anyone from having a conversation, ridiculous $18 drinks, douchebags, and black eyeshadow herp girls. People peppering their sentences with "epic" and "sick". The look of ecstasy on pleb faces when Lady Gaga comes on. There's nothing fun about it. Ever walk by some guy in his car cranking out the "oosh oosh oosh" music from his car? Heh.
post #47 of 116
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Originally Posted by willpower View Post
Plunking down a hundred or more for a "Night at the Roxbury" experience. Horrible "oosh oosh oosh" music that prevents anyone from having a conversation, ridiculous $18 drinks, douchebags, and black eyeshadow herp girls. People peppering their sentences with "epic" and "sick". There's nothing fun about it. Ever walk by some guy in his car cranking out the "oosh oosh oosh" music from his car? Heh.
wow, someone finally eloquently stated everything i hate about "going out"
post #48 of 116
Fuck clubs man, Bars are far better.
post #49 of 116
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Originally Posted by scott.m View Post
Fuck clubs man, Bars are far better.

This. Also, in any place like a bar or club, remember that the lighting sucks, and really, only the silhouette can be seen. I wear what I typically wear anyway - a slim, midnight, black, or charcoal pullover, a pair of jeans, and minimalist sneakers. If it's a colder evening, but not cold enough that I need to coat check, I'll wear a dark, slim twill jacket or a boiled wool one (mine is KVA, but lots of brands make them.) It's either that, or you can go balls out rock star. Of course, if you go from minimalist and simple to rockstar, odds are that you'll get halted at "huge douchebag."
post #50 of 116
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Hello, former Rep. Christopher Lee.

bahahahahahaha
post #51 of 116
Im 27, went out last weekend with a buddy to some places....i felt so out of place it was uncomfortable. i dont know how youd have the stones to allow yourself to be ridiculed like you will be. Unless you own the club, stay out if your "over 45" Isnt there an AARP meeting you can find?
post #52 of 116
Over 45?
Paper bag.
post #53 of 116
Clubbing at 45 is weird, clubbing over 28 is weird for the matter. I'm not sure what kind of clubs you people are going to that are suggesting to wear designer suits and shoes. If where talking about a true club and not some lounge, it will be packed to shit with sweaty people on drugs, probably the worst environment to break out a suit, trust me it will be way to hot anyway. I went to Guvernment in toronto and wore some shitty black dress shoes and they came out a mess.

My advice don't even go, just rave out at home or something...
post #54 of 116
i find this would work for you.
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post #55 of 116
Wtf is over 45? Is that old man speak for saying 50 but too ashamed to admit it? Is it 60? 46? 45 and three months?
post #56 of 116
Google any one of these people and find what they wore at a movie premier. Get ideas from their dress.

Alec Baldwin
Babyface
Daniel Day-Lewis
Jimmy Smits
Kevin Bacon
Steve Guttenberg
Kevin Sorbo
Michael Madsen
Tim Robbins
Viggo Mortenson
Mike Scioscia

C'mon guys...he really wants to know.
post #57 of 116
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Originally Posted by whatever123 View Post
a well tailored suit is the best idea

so then you can be the 45 year old guy who is sweating profusely. That's much less creepy.
post #58 of 116
Don't do it. U should be saving your money for AARP dues.
post #59 of 116
Leisure suit and a kangol cap on backwards.
post #60 of 116
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Originally Posted by Green Lantern View Post
Google any one of these people and find what they wore at a movie premier. Get ideas from their dress. Alec Baldwin Babyface Daniel Day-Lewis Jimmy Smits Kevin Bacon Steve Guttenberg Kevin Sorbo Michael Madsen Tim Robbins Viggo Mortenson Mike Scioscia C'mon guys...he really wants to know.
So you want him to wear a $3000 suit to a fucking night club, so people can spill drinks and possibly vomit on it? Not to mention the skanks with daddy issues who'll be clawing at it. Awesome advice.
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