is 34 too old to go to a dubstep night ?

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Post by pdomino » Wed Jan 07, 2009 11:42 am

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Post by legend4ry » Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:00 pm

I thought dubstep was all late 20-30somethings anyways?
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Post by LEQ » Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:08 pm

Legendary wrote:I thought dubstep was all late 20-30somethings anyways?
It is, usually wearing faded Warp (original Purple numbers) T shirts and sporting Shoreditch Stubble. Jazz flat caps at the ready.
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Post by legend4ry » Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:14 pm

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Legendary wrote:I thought dubstep was all late 20-30somethings anyways?
It is, usually wearing faded Warp (original Purple numbers) T shirts and sporting Shoreditch Stubble. Jazz flat caps at the ready.

I remember when I first signed up to DSF.. I was in the minority for being the age that I am.. Times ain't changed that much 'ave they?
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Post by __________ » Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:17 pm

i'd much rather go to a night full of 30-somethings than teenagers or 20-somethings

and i'm 19

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Post by legend4ry » Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:20 pm

£10 Bag wrote:i'd much rather go to a night full of 30-somethings than teenagers or 20-somethings

and i'm 19
Agreed and I am 18.. 19 in a month...Walked past a night at Amersham Arms when Caspa was playing 'nd it was full of drunk uni students, getting rude to the bouncers ... Was insulting to dubstep and my generation :roll:
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Post by __________ » Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:31 pm

yeah if i ever meet another stuck up, snobby 23 year old uni student from southampton i think i'll be forced to get medieval on them.

i bet all the 30 and 40-somethings are saying "i'd much rather go to a night full of teenagers and 20-somethings than us old people"

funny that

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Post by geiom » Wed Jan 07, 2009 2:08 pm

We took my mates dad to DMZ last year and he's 60.

He got a lot of respect !

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Post by ikeaboy » Wed Jan 07, 2009 2:13 pm

£10 Bag wrote: i bet all the 30 and 40-somethings are saying "i'd much rather go to a night full of teenagers and 20-somethings than us old people"

funny that
Not me, give me a night full of 26-29 year olds so i can pretend I'm still 27 (best age ever)

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Post by jackieboi » Wed Jan 07, 2009 3:42 pm

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jackieboi wrote:DO dress appropriately. Dont want people thinking C.I.D have come to lock down their rave.
So this is "inappropriate?

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Rudebwoy stylee since the 80's mate.Possibly since you were in diapers. :wink:
Nah you dont look like c.i.d mate you look like your there for a good time!

Although the silly hat might get you a kicking on the bus on the way home :wink:
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Post by kay » Wed Jan 07, 2009 6:46 pm

geiom wrote:We took my mates dad to DMZ last year and he's 60.

He got a lot of respect !
Yeah some people I vaguely knew brought a mate of theirs to a DnB night, he was about that age. He was cool and proper enjoyed himself!

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Post by echo wanderer » Wed Jan 07, 2009 6:46 pm

jackieboi wrote: Nah you dont look like c.i.d mate you look like your there for a good time!

Although the silly hat might get you a kicking on the bus on the way home :wink:
Hahaha!

Duly noted.

But I ain't never heard of anyone gettin' jumped because they wore a flat cap.Unless someone wanted it for themselves.At most reggae,ska,dnb,hiphop,and house clubs in the US,kangols be on loads of heads.

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Post by FSTZ1 » Wed Jan 07, 2009 6:52 pm

just got me a new rudebwoy flatcap

must be a geezah thing

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Post by jackieboi » Wed Jan 07, 2009 7:06 pm

FSTZ wrote:just got me a new rudebwoy flatcap

must be a geezah thing
yeah must be a geezer thing :roll:

:wink: At least its not one of those fucking ridiculous hats with the dangly bits on them with bobbles on the end. I literally hate those hats more than anything in the world.
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Post by misk » Wed Jan 07, 2009 8:16 pm

relaks wrote:'Grind as many broads' as you want, don't listen to jackieboi. That's just ridiculous....mid-thirties you should knob anything you want.
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Post by echo wanderer » Thu Jan 08, 2009 9:04 am

Misk wrote:
relaks wrote:'Grind as many broads' as you want, don't listen to jackieboi. That's just ridiculous....mid-thirties you should knob anything you want.
well, be careful out there...

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Post by eventualdecline » Thu Jan 08, 2009 9:42 am

I'm 28 and I'm finding that the crowd at dubstep nights are getting younger quicker than I'm getting older. Having said that though, a couple of my friends from work have come out with me to some DMZ nights and they're about 38 or so.

At anyrate, also from Streatham(hill) :D

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Post by Pi-Krust » Thu Jan 08, 2009 9:46 pm

34 too old for dubsteppin?,no way!,I'm a year or four older than that and have no intention of hanging up me skanking shoes anytime soon[that new hip replacement is working wonders :wink: ].Seriously tho, age is irrelevant as long as you're still feeling the music[just look at David "Ramjam" Rodigan, DJ Derek and the late great J Peel]. :lol:

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