Seven Common Mistakes People Make When Clubbing.

Clubbing is a favourite pastime for many, but not everyone gets it right. Whether it?s something as small as not having enough cash on you to pay the valet, or a major faux pas like getting so drunk you have to be forcibly removed from the premises, it doesn?t take much to go from painting the town red to ending up red-faced. Don?t endure the latter; avoid these common pitfalls the next time you?re hitting the clubs.

1. Not sticking to your budget http://www.dreamstime.com/-image18020627

 Image Courtesy: http://breathalyzervendingbusiness.com/

Overspending might not seem like such a terrible idea when you?re in the middle of a great party, but you can be sure you?ll regret it when you run out of money a week before your pay cheque is due, or when your next credit card bill arrives. 2. Not staying hydrated staying hydrated

 Image Courtesy: www.foreffectivegov.org/

Everyone knows you should not drink alcohol on an empty stomach, but not many people remember to stay hydrated while they?re drinking. Try to stick to a 1:1 ratio of non-alcoholic (i.e. water) to alcoholic beverages. Not only will you reduce the chances of you getting drunk and doing something you?ll regret, you?ll also feel better the next morning. 3. Not watching your drink 5

 Image Courtesy: i.huffpost.com/

By that we don?t just mean you should never leave your drink unattended, which is very, very important, but make sure you?re not carrying a full drink around, and in your eagerness to have a good time, spilling it on everyone and everything within a one foot radius. Sip two inches off the top first, please. 4. Forgetting your manners 4

 Image Courtesy: corrieblog.tv/

Just because clubs are noisy and crowded places doesn?t mean you get to leave your manners at the door. Instead of pushing people aside when they?re blocking your path, how about a polite tap on the shoulder and an ?excuse me?? 5. Forgetting the real reason you?re there 3

 Image Courtesy: pegasusnews.com

We don?t know about you, but when we go clubbing, it?s to dance, drink and have a good time. Not to take a never-ending stream of selfies and pose for photo after photo after photo with our friends. And in case you didn?t get the memo, ?duck face? and even ?sparrow face? are so 2013. 6. Forgetting that you?re in public 6

 Image Courtesy: cbsnewyork.files.wordpress.com/

We?ve all come across those couples (or just two really drunk people who happened to be next to each other) who seem to have forgotten that they?re in the middle of a walkway/dance floor/corridor leading to the toilets and can?t stop making out. If that?s you, either move to a discreet corner, stay in your private booth or get a room already! 7. Going all macho-man on other people 7

Image Courtesy:http://muscularbutlean.blogspot.in/

You might think it?s cool to be cocky and arrogant, but really, it?s just embarrassing for the people you?re with. And no, that hot girl you?re hoping to attract will not be impressed. So don?t pick a fight with someone who accidentally bumped into you or stepped on your foot, and keep your testosterone in check when dealing with bouncers and bartenders.

Seven Common Mistakes People Make When Clubbing.

Liveinstyle

Clubbing is a favourite pastime for many, but not everyone gets it right. Whether it?s something as small as not having enough cash on you to pay the valet, or a major faux pas like getting so drunk you have to be forcibly removed from the premises, it doesn?t take much to go from painting the town red to ending up red-faced. Don?t endure the latter; avoid these common pitfalls the next time you?re hitting the clubs.

1. Not sticking to your budget http://www.dreamstime.com/-image18020627

 Image Courtesy: http://breathalyzervendingbusiness.com/

Overspending might not seem like such a terrible idea when you?re in the middle of a great party, but you can be sure you?ll regret it when you run out of money a week before your pay cheque is due, or when your next credit card bill arrives. 2. Not staying hydrated staying hydrated

 Image Courtesy: www.foreffectivegov.org/

Everyone knows you should not drink alcohol on an empty stomach, but not many people remember to stay hydrated while they?re drinking. Try to stick to a 1:1 ratio of non-alcoholic (i.e. water) to alcoholic beverages. Not only will you reduce the chances of you getting drunk and doing something you?ll regret, you?ll also feel better the next morning. 3. Not watching your drink 5

 Image Courtesy: i.huffpost.com/

By that we don?t just mean you should never leave your drink unattended, which is very, very important, but make sure you?re not carrying a full drink around, and in your eagerness to have a good time, spilling it on everyone and everything within a one foot radius. Sip two inches off the top first, please. 4. Forgetting your manners 4

 Image Courtesy: corrieblog.tv/

Just because clubs are noisy and crowded places doesn?t mean you get to leave your manners at the door. Instead of pushing people aside when they?re blocking your path, how about a polite tap on the shoulder and an ?excuse me?? 5. Forgetting the real reason you?re there 3

 Image Courtesy: pegasusnews.com

We don?t know about you, but when we go clubbing, it?s to dance, drink and have a good time. Not to take a never-ending stream of selfies and pose for photo after photo after photo with our friends. And in case you didn?t get the memo, ?duck face? and even ?sparrow face? are so 2013. 6. Forgetting that you?re in public 6

 Image Courtesy: cbsnewyork.files.wordpress.com/

We?ve all come across those couples (or just two really drunk people who happened to be next to each other) who seem to have forgotten that they?re in the middle of a walkway/dance floor/corridor leading to the toilets and can?t stop making out. If that?s you, either move to a discreet corner, stay in your private booth or get a room already! 7. Going all macho-man on other people 7

Image Courtesy:http://muscularbutlean.blogspot.in/

You might think it?s cool to be cocky and arrogant, but really, it?s just embarrassing for the people you?re with. And no, that hot girl you?re hoping to attract will not be impressed. So don?t pick a fight with someone who accidentally bumped into you or stepped on your foot, and keep your testosterone in check when dealing with bouncers and bartenders.

Interested in more such stories? Subscribe to LiveInStyle.com

  •