[STUDY] What age is too old to go nightclubbing?
Nightclubbing may have an ‘over 18’ requirement to get in, but is there an age you should ‘get out?’
A study has been conducted to find out the appropriate age one ‘should hang up those party shoes.’
Said study appears to have been carried out by Currys PC World, who specializes in home appliances…
(They are reportedly the only ones offering a comment on the findings.)
The conclusion to the study: 37 is the age that clubbing becomes “tragic”.
The study also indicates that 31 is the year that the preference of staying in supersedes the preference to go out.
Close to half of the respondents claim to enjoy staying at home in front of the TV in general, regardless of weather over going out. Expenses of a night out on the town also detract from the novelty of clubbing.
Stats ats ats ats ats.
What do people over the age of 37 do if they aren’t ‘socialising’ at a club?
14% of respondents revealed that they enjoy the tasteful art of ‘Facebook stalking’ people while 37% simply enjoy using social media.
Included in the study are revolutionary revelations such as how many people simply don’t want to get “dressed up” (22%), “arrange babysitters” (12%) and in 2017 even “book a taxi.” (21%)
Targeting the crux of the clubbing ethos, the study reveals that 7/10 people are happy to have ‘found the one’ (nudge nudge wink wink) hence rendering clubbing useless.
Matt Walburn of Currys PC World said: “The Great Indoors study recognises the fact that there comes a time when we appreciate our home comforts more than a hectic social life and it can often be a drag to play the social butterfly at parties and nights out.
Matt rates that technology can give you anything you need to enjoy staying in.
As with everything, this is also relative.
As I like to say, “rave till you cave.”
There is no age limit to enjoyment, nightclubbing or anything else.