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Club Dancer Gives Guy A Lap Dance, Attacked By Angry Girlfriend on Stage.

Club Dancer Gives Guy A Lap Dance, Attacked By Angry Girlfriend on Stage.

Clubbing is already part of the modern culture: an irreplaceable segment of the entertainment industry. But why did it become such a popular sector and what is it in nightclubs that draws so many people? It's interesting to understand why do the same nightclubs regularly attract the same people for what is essentially the same experience.

Clubs are just one, financially lucrative, industrialized version of the very human desire to just party. That’s why people enjoy them, at a deep level. But guys, it is rather unwise to go to nightclubs or go partying behind your partners’ back. Just ask this man, who is probably in very big trouble after his girlfriend suddenly appeared while he stayed in the center of getting a dance from another girl in a club.

After the angry girlfriend saw all that, she gave the dancer an extremely difficult push prior to dragging her partner away. It is unclear when or where specifically the incident took place, but a video clip showing just what happened was posted on Facebook, where it has actually since gone viral with over 2 million views.

Clubs offer a different version of something very raw and very human. We all know that some people get turned off by the ridiculousness of nightclubs as instances of something else and don’t recognize the underlying appeal. The reason why people like them is because people have always liked them. 

Not nightclubs specifically, but if you put a large group of people in the same area long enough… some night they’re all going to find a way to get unusual and party and dance the night away and make out and do whatever they want and tell stories and all sorts of fun stuff.

Because that’s just what humans do. People have been doing it for thousands of years. It’s nothing new. It’s what people do. It’s an innate, primal kind of activity. Well, people can still feel that, and still want to have that, so clubs provide one way to pull that off. 

They’re far from the only way; there are tiny and massive house parties and town gatherings and festivals and holidays and all sorts of excuses to come together and dance. People got mixed reactions, with some explaining that the dancer was only doing her job and also did not be worthy of such treatment. 

Others blamed the man, though there are some who came to his defense and said that a harmless dance did not equate to cheating. As of now, we don’t have any news on what happened to the guy and the dancer. We just want to share that always ask permission first.

One of the primary and most basic reasons why people go to nightclubs is dance culture. Humans have an inherent enjoyment of dance and many societies incorporate dance as a large aspect of entertainment, socialization, and progression. If we assume that this is true then dance is a key feature of the mating ritual and consequently a designated area where people can dance such as a nightclub which becomes an important location.

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1 comment:

  1. The beauty of the space and food get 5 juicy stars. The Los Angeles event venues were built with class! I'm no critic, but this place makes you appreciate design and aesthetics. I went to two events here. Both times, I had a great experience.