Clubbing is for fun. You dance, drink, and meet new people. Just make sure you go out with some friends. Clubs are best for dance people. If you love to move with music or want to dance off the stress from work, clubbing is for you. (But if you just want to sip drinks and talk, a bars or lounge is better for you.) As a single girl, have you ever fantasized about a super good looking stud coming over to say “hi” to you in a club, then chatting, laughing, and dancing with you…then he turns out to be such a great guy, taking you out to dinner dates, going to places and doing things with you, and becoming your boyfriend someday. Meeting new guys in a club is easy, and you will have fun with them, but like the old saying goes: clubs are not a good place to meet people for a serious relationship. If you just want to have fun dancing, taste the adrenaline of meeting new people, and don’t care much for a serious relationship now, go clubbing. Work that body, girls, good exercise in any case.
The first thing you do in a club is to buy yourself or have your friend to buy you a drink to relax your nerve and body. Socialize with your friends and new friends they bring along for a while. Most likely they will be your first round of dance partners. When the dance crowd gets started, typically around 11-12pm in a club, later in a lounge or never happens, join the crowd and dance with the guys you knew or just met. If there is not a single attractive guy in your group, you will have to find a new man. See if there is anyone dancing near your group that you find interesting, then move close to him (making sure he is not dancing with any girl exclusively), give him an eye contact, and then dance with him. If all your friends are girls, it’s a bit harder to get started because you don’t want to end up dancing with your girlfriends all night (assuming you are straight). You need to find a man. It just feels natural to have a male dance partner. My method is to dive into the dance crowd with my girlfriends and dance to the music (not to each other though). Then all of a sudden, all the hungry eyes in the club will notice you girls dancing by themselves. In no time you will find someone dancing next to you. Observe him a bit, if you like him, dance facing him; if not, turn your back on him, or move to another spot on the dance floor with your girlfriends.
A guy knows a girl has her freedom to dance with whoever she wants, even if she was dancing with him a minute ago. To fend off competition and keep you as his girl, a guy will keep buying you drinks and show off his best dance skills. Yes, he has effectively become your wallet of drinks. However, to protect yourself and be safe home that night, pace your alcohol intake. I usually alternate between one drink and one cup of water and take easy on shots. An attentive guy will ask you if you want another drink when you have finished one. If he forgets and you want more, tell him you want some water and say “by the way, can you get me a something, something drink.” Trust me, a guy can’t never say no to you on that. A girl shouldn’t feel obligated to dance with a guy just because he bought you drinks. Why?