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You're only as old as you feel, in our opinion, and if you feel like you can still dance the night away in a club then you got for it.
Some people, however, aren't as open-minded and see there being an age limit on what age you should stop hitting the clubs.
After we shared the results of a 2018 study - in which a survey of 5,000 adults found it was considered 'tragic' to go out clubbing aged 37 or older - people had some strong opinions.
A study has found that 37 is the age that you should stop clubbing.
What do you believe the correct age is? pic.twitter.com/O9tKQ2eUvW
- LADbible (@ladbible) May 26, 2021
Some of the responses suggested people should stop clubbing at an earlier age: 34, late 20s and one miserable sod who suggested people should just avoid clubbing in the first place.
One person wrote: "My friend Derek is slowing down a bit on his partying at 83. He now just goes clubbing at weekends." Go on, Derek LAD.
Another said: "I always said as a kid 27 was a good age to settle and have children, put the party life behind, by that time you're too old to be in clubs.
"But, I'm 31 now. And I'm eating my words. I think you should go to clubs for as long as you enjoy going to clubs. Age is just a number."
Another tagged their mate asking when they're stopping. The response? 'Never'.
"If you're above 25 and in a club its time to reevaluate your life," said one, with someone else agreeing: "25, anything over this is just sad and a bit creepy."
Late twenties. Clubs are seriously hard work. Takes forever to get a drink and the music is often stupidly loud (daft comment I know)
- Butters (@butterfield91) May 26, 2021
I'm 30 and I think I'm too old clubbing now not bothered about going back into a club post pandemic
- Chappers :cherry_blossom::information_desk_person:♀️ (@CLC__x) May 26, 2021
Giving explanations about when they realised the time had come to pack away their dancing shoes, someone commented: "I stopped years ago. I asked a DJ to play The Stone Roses his reply was 'We don't Play that sort of Music here'. I thought f*** this then."
Another suggested: "Quit at 20 coz there's much better s*** to do and then resume in your 50s when you aren't good for much else."
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