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anyone else here think that bouncers are fags. i went to a mates party and the bouncer didnt let me in because he thought i was drunk, i think he was just trying to show off to the others, i mean he let in a group of peops just b4 me and they were pretty wasted. either that or he fancied me cos i would of swore he was right said fred.
 

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they can be pretty sound at times, i was in yates in pompey last week and some matey punched my mate in the side of the face for (apparently) no reason. I stepped in and pulled them apart and the bouncer tried to throw my mate out, but i told him what happened and he threw the other guy out...

actually guess thats one isolated incident, your right all the others are dickheads.
 

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They're good when they stop someone coming in with a blade, which could have been stuck in you later in the night!
 

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anyone else here think that bouncers are fags. i went to a mates party and the bouncer didnt let me in because he thought i was drunk, i think he was just trying to show off to the others, i mean he let in a group of peops just b4 me and they were pretty wasted. either that or he fancied me cos i would of swore he was right said fred.
he thought u were drunk , then his judgement in was correct to ask and 1stly test your attitude , now ... if you'd of not got aggressive just like your choosen words are in this thread then im sure the doorman would of been im sorry sir ... and waved you through,but as what i believe most young people dont know how to speak to people in a good way id say you more than likely slighty raised your voice , spoke slang , swore etc ,.. not a good immpression to set to someone who just asked you a question and based on your reaction told you quite firmly that "sorry mate not tonight you have been drinking" ... even though you could say the folk infront of you had been drinking it how you approach and if questioned as there job is to manage and be respeoncable for who they allow into the club ,...

now , ive worked in a few clubs in london and brighton and yes theres a few shady bouncers who will break the rule of conduct and go in alittle power hungrey ott because they enjoy the buzz of confrontation but 95% of professional doorman to a brilliant job .....
 

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he thought u were drunk , then his judgement in was correct to ask and 1stly test your attitude , now ... if you'd of not got aggressive just like your choosen words are in this thread then im sure the doorman would of been im sorry sir ... and waved you through,but as what i believe most young people dont know how to speak to people in a good way id say you more than likely slighty raised your voice , spoke slang , swore etc ,.. not a good immpression to set to someone who just asked you a question and based on your reaction told you quite firmly that "sorry mate not tonight you have been drinking" ... even though you could say the folk infront of you had been drinking it how you approach and if questioned as there job is to manage and be respeoncable for who they allow into the club ,...

now , ive worked in a few clubs in london and brighton and yes theres a few shady bouncers who will break the rule of conduct and go in alittle power hungrey ott because they enjoy the buzz of confrontation but 95% of professional doorman to a brilliant job .....
True.
 

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I was always quite fond of bouncers till recently.

I find the majority of them to be power hungry assholes who abuse the authority they have to make them selfs feel 'bigger'.
The motives for a bouncer to act this way can only be compared to the motives of an insecure schoolyard bully- Doing what they do purely because _they can_.

Obviously not all bouncers are like this; The exception that makes the rule!

I've met a couple nice bouncers who communicate with the people and use their power to make sure everyone stays safe and has a good time.

But it my own experience, the bad outweighs the good...

./end rant
 

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my dad was waiting to go into a club once and it started raining so the bouncers handed out umbrellas to everybody, but then again he said alot of them have been utter pricks and misunderstood stuff. i've had 1 experience with a bouncer and it was my first, he completely bullshitted to his boss about me and told him he could smell alcohol on my breath!
 

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i can imagine if u had a job trying to control drunk ppl all night u'd take satisfaction in being able deck the odd one when the opportunity arose

not saying they all like this but you've gotta see it from the other perspective, i know a rugby type bloke who did some "bouncing" back in the seventies and he once threw a drunk person down the stairs, only because the guy decided to try and bite a chunk out his arm while they were trying to escort him out...

i've only been allowed to drink legally for 3 years so i can't speak from personal experience but the situation has greatly improved, security all need licences now so they've all been trained & if one manhandles someone you can take they number and follow through with reporting them to the police and as most clubs have CCTV in and outside now to back up ur account
 
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the thing was my reaction was not aggressive or anything like that, if i was i would of understood him not lettin me in. after i was tryin to perswade him to let me in another one came over and i think that he would of let me in because of the way he looked at right said fred (as if to say what you on about).
apparently i heard that he was doin it to others aswell and got a bollocking from the manager cos he was not lettin in people who were invited and lettin in people that werent.
such is life i guess.
 
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