Friday, June 12, 2009

Suckiest nightclubs in the land...

..and not even a bit of talent to go with it.
The nightclubs of Ireland need to sort their lives out.

Number one, Mr. Nightclub Man, stop playing Akon, Girls Aloud et al.
Number two, stop charging ridiculous prices for a frickin jaegerbomb.
And number three, open the smoking area, it's all you've got left buddy.

Kudos for the invisible, U.V. visible stamps though. I marvel everytime.

11 comments:

bigmentaldisease said...

Some of the nightclubs might as well just stick the radio on, what they play is the exact same! And what a rip-off they all are. Most of them deserve to go under.

B said...

Nightclubs in Galway are mainly free, the idea of paying for entry makes me feel ill now.

Longford's ones are dear as f*ck, crap as f*ck and full of scummy f*cks.
...on the plus side, what is a ridiculously expensive crap nightclub one night can be entry to an extremely cheap 10 person wrestling match the next.

This line makes the comment longer than the post.

Feist said...

BMD: Most definitely, especially when they're charging 5.60 for a bottle of corona and have the cheek to then charge you a tenner for entry.

B:Many a brawl down this end of the country last night, I noticed that there's always a tiny blonde girl in the middle of everything trying to break it up. And the length of the post is quite the drunken achievement methinks, especially for 4:13 AM.

Cheryl said...

Over here (San Francisco) thank God many of the nightclubs charge no entry fee. And some have amazing deals, like one of my favourites, Fame, has an 80's night where the music is all 80's and they charge 88 cents for drinks! Needless to say it gets more interesting the later it gets.

Still, I'd love to visit an Irish nightclub on day...

Feist said...

Cheryl, wow! That sounds amazing, if I'm ever headin to San Francisco I'll need a list of nightclubs from you! If you ever do make it to Ireland, I'd say stick to the big cities for nightlife. The further you go from Dublin, the further you go back in time, as in to the Wild West.

B said...

Feist: she's the 13 year old they're all fighting over. All the people fighting over her will leave their pollen lying around the place and she'll have a child in 9 months I bet.


...damn that was an odd comment.

Feist said...

B, indeed, a little strange. Pollen, I laughed at that. I saw people from my prefect class out the other night. That would mean they're in 2nd year this year. I've never felt so old.

B said...

Prefect class? That sounds very upper class and la dee da and whatnot.
Not sure why.

Feist said...

If you could see the secondary school I went to you really wouldn't think that. There were mushrooms growing in the prefabs, it made for interesting break times.

B said...

Those private schools like drugs and such I hear so mushrooms are hardly odd.

Feist said...

Good point, it wasn't a la dee da private school though. We just liked to feel important so we appointed prefects, head girls, sports committee, student's council.
None of these committees actually ever did anything mind you. We just had a strong sense of politics and school spirit!
And now I'm wondering why I'm telling the world about my school, oh well!