My night out with Cathrine

I never really go out alone with just my friends who are girls. I rarely just go out with one friend I know, but this weekend, I went out to a club in local Gothenburg with my friend Cathrine. We’ve never previously gone to a club just her and me, and we had so much fun! There’s like no pictures of our night though, so I can just show two below. Anyhow, we will go out again in a few weeks and I’m already looking forward to it^^

Our luck wasn’t on our side in the beginning, we went to a pre-party at a girl called Misha’s house and before that we couldn’t find our free entrence tickets for the club, that this night had a Halloween-theme. Turns out that this Halloween-theme dragged a crowd, so of course was it an hour just to get into the club. And it started raining, so awful. The club lended us umbrellas though. Two other girl’s came with us into the club, we had been a bigger crowd previously, but due to the fact that it was cold, raining and the enterence age was 22 years old at the lowest, people kinda fell off on the way there.

We met so many awesome people inside the club though! Two men (I say men because their real ages was between 26-30 who were wearing these full upper body masks as older men, so that’s the last picture I have of the night). Also I met an old classmate from college, where I was studying Social Science-Journalism – Anton. So we talked about friends and memories a while which was a laugh. I hadn’t seen him in like 3-4 years.

We danced a lot, talked to so many people and had drink and so much fun. Cathrine got engaged to a random guy at the club (for fun, he just gave her his silver ring), that silver ring he later forgot about, as did Cath, so when we were outside we realised we wouldn’t see him anymore (and the club had closed).

Some swedish people are truly stupid though, but it was really great having a girl to make fun of them with, like one girl we talked to looked like she was dressed up as Alice Cooper. I mean, everyone knows who he is and what he looks like. She had black around her eyes and drawn crosses over her eyelids. But she told me that she was dressed as Snape from Harry Potter, expaining this and showing me a black (looooong-haired) wig she’d worn previously during the evening. Not really looking like Snape at all. Then Cath told her that she looked like Alice Cooper and she just gave us this totally blank look showing off that she truly had no idea who we were talking about. And remember that she’s at least 22, cause that was the age-limit that evening.

Also two girls, not dressed up Halloween-esque at all, stopped us and went “Ooooh, you guys look so cool! Good outfits! But we have to ask you… Do you really think you look sexy dressed up for Halloween like that? I mean, I would never do it, but it’s cool that you do”. I hate lame people. I mean, you’re not supposed to dress in a little black dress for a halloween-themed club night. And then showing off how obviously desperate for men to notice them and insecure they are in theirselves by trying to question our intentions of dressing up for the Halloween theme?

Are

You

Stupid?

Of course these girls that I’m talking about had had more blonde hairdye and fake-tan on them in the last months than they had braincells, so obviously I shouldn’t be expecting much. I really hate girls who totally degrade themselves to appear sexy for boys. Especially their confidence in themselves especially when it comes to hiding any sign of intelligence and even changing the way they talk to sound like they are “mean girls”. Also the ones that don’t even try to be nice and just keep staring at you in disgust for no reason for hours almost nonstop when you talk to their friends.

Anyhow. I’ve done it to, but I was like 12 at the time, so yeah, glad I got that out of my way. And didn’t keep that awful personality that these girls actually adapt into having.

Rant over.

“We Bring The Boys Out!” (I love quoting Girls Generation lyrics for this photo)
BTW, we are both wearing Tsubasa Masuwaka circle lenses, the Princess Mimi circle lenses, Cathrine wearing grey ones (“Cafe Cappuchino Gray”) and me wearing brown (“Bambi Series Chocolate Brown”).