I don't think anyone is too old to go to a night club, it is how you act when you get there. If you are trying to act 21 and you are 50, there is a serious problem. Act your age and enjoy those your age.
Agree with leaderofmany. If you act your shoe size instead of your age you should not be there.
Chris Rock answered this question quite eloquently:
Definitely just get some friends together and have a laugh! If you're worried about being in a cluster of teenagers, perhaps choose a club that caters to 21+, which lots of UK cities have now adopted. But regardless, if you're with a good group of people, you shouldn't be worried about what others' think and enjoy yourself! Remember as Drake says yolo!
by Bianu 6 years ago
I am 38 with a 7yr old son and married to the same supportive man. He has always wanted a second baby but I wasn't too sure. I am beginning to feel that time is running out for me. When will I be too old!
by Kieron Walker 6 years ago
How old is too old for a man to wear earrings?
by jesme 7 years ago
How old is too old to live with your parents? Is your opinion based on gender?
by dandelionweeds 4 years ago
What age is too old for long hair?For a woman.
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How old is too old to start a new career?
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