The Swedes don\’t quite have this nighclub idea right….

Others felt it was more like a wholesome nightclub where everyone was focused on the music and on dancing instead of getting drunk or finding someone to hook up with. There was a distinct lack of sexual energy at the Stockholm Lunch Beat, which, coupled with the ban on alcohol and drugs,

If you take away everything that makes a nightclub interesting then why bother?

5 thoughts on “The Swedes don\’t quite have this nighclub idea right….”

  1. So Much For Subtlety

    I think they should be compulsory. For everyone who supports the Swedish model or might do so. Every school child should be flown to Sweden and forced to spend hours stuck in them.

    Then we can tell them they have a choice – the nanny state or freedom. Up to them.

  2. Remember that sweden is ruled by ardent feminists.
    ‘Fun’ especially for men – is rather frowned upon.

  3. Hmmm.

    At a “regular” nightclub you party between shifts at work.

    At this sort of nightclub you party between shifts at work.

    I don’t see the problem; unless you can’t function when you get back to work. I seem to remember this could be a problem after going to “regular” nightclubs too 😉

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