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a little nervous

Posted by inimitable on July 29, 2006, at 19:15:23

I love going to clubs and dancing, i LOVE to dance. BUT. i have no one to go to clubs with. and i have no car. i have no friends. well, i guess i have one friend now, although it's a guy friend...a little complicated, won't go into that. anyways he doesn't like going to clubs, at least not only with one other person, he needs a group. now, if i go with one other person, i am fine to go out to an empty dance floor and dance my heart away, i'm not afraid to dance alone. but i really am nervous about going alone, you know, it's not very safe for a girl, and plus, i'll be riding my bike there and back (i'm not drinking), it's only about a five minute bike ride, and before it get's dark, i am going to take a ride there and back, plot my course and where i'll park my bike. i have let my sisters know (who don't live close) that i am going to a club alone, so that if they don't hear from be safe. but....other than the not wanting to look like a dork riding my bike to the club and back home (i don't mind that THAT much) and the whole safety factor....i've always thought i was a social person, and i think i am, but it's the first step that's always hardest for me, so i am scared of meeting new people. just a little. ajnd also, i don't want freaky guys hitting on me, cause this club for some reason gets some older men that are kind of scary. anyways i just wanted to post this, see if any of you have the same troubles...but then again, you probably have friends! unlike me.





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