You know the song by the way it sounds?
It’s the one where they say “clubbing legend” in unison.
Or, “my clubbing’s a legend”.
Clubbing is a form of rock music, and the term has come to refer to people who have performed at the highest levels of the sport.
The phrase comes from the late rock musician Thelonious Monk who, while touring the UK in the mid 1960s, said of his audience: “You’ll have the most beautiful, the most wonderful band you’ve ever seen.
You’ll be dancing on the floor with all these guys, playing to their every whim.
And you’ll all be drinking like little boys.
And they’ll be screaming, ‘Darling, it’s clubbing!
That’s right, the words have stuck and they are a part of clubbing folklore.
So how can you be a legend?
Here’s how: Meet the players.
You don’t need to be an expert, but you do need to know what to look for in a clubbers’ profile.
If you’re looking for the likes of Steve McQueen, John Lydon, and Mick Jagger, you’ll find plenty of them, with their signature red hair, tattoos and big blue eyes.
That’s not to say that the average clubber is a clubber, but it will help you recognise the type of person you’re likely to meet.
You need to look at their social media presence, and what their Facebook page has to say about them.
Clubbers should also check out their club pages for any other events or events in their area.
There’s a huge amount of clubbers that will share information on what they’ve been up to, what their hobbies are, and whether or not they like to play the guitar.
Some clubbers are just really keen to get together.
That said, if you’re on the hunt for a new member, don’t forget that there’s no such thing as too much clubbing.
It’s a good idea to know your clubbing club as well as you know your favourite bands.
If your friends are into clubbing, you need to make sure that they’re into your own game too.
If they’re not into it, you won’t find much in the way of mates in the area.
So, it may help to ask some of your friends what they are up to at the moment, or if you want to try and find a local who will help get you started.
What are your tips on meeting the right type of clubber?
The most important thing you can do to meet the right kind of club-goer is to be patient.
There will be plenty of times when it’s just not going to happen.
If it does, don ‘t be discouraged.
You can always try and chat it up later on in the evening, but there will be times where you won ‘t even know if you have the right person for the job.
It can be tempting to just ask someone else if they want to play, but in the end you’ll be surprised at what they’ll say.
It helps to know how to ask for what you want, rather than what you are.
You want someone who has a genuine interest in your club.
A lot of club clubs will have a ‘dance floor’, but it should not be your sole focus, so ask around for people who can do some of the other elements of club culture.
You may be surprised to find that a club has some sort of social media team, or even a social media manager, who will be able to answer any questions you have about your club or its activities.
A good friend or family member can also provide some help if you feel like you need help finding a suitable person.
You should also look for a job in the club that interests you.
Clubbing clubs have a lot to offer, but they may not be a good fit for everyone.
It is important to make an appointment with your local club to discuss a new job, so that you’re confident that you can meet their requirements.
As you make your way through the club, you will find that there are plenty of people there who you might not have expected to be interested in you.
So don’t be shy about asking around and get to know as many people as you can.
If all else fails, you may be able find a job at another club or in a more formal job.
If this is the case, the clubbers might offer you a job elsewhere if you do feel like going.
If not, you might find yourself looking for a better club somewhere else, but this is a bit of a gamble.
What can you expect when you join a club?
There are some basic requirements to be met by a club, but clubs vary in terms of what is required of you.
Some clubs will require you to perform at least four songs per night,