I'm going to put aside the girls leaving for the clubs thing. You might be right and they were bored. Though there were other girls, a puppy, two rabbits, food and a second TV to keep them entertained, they might have in the time I did not see them, changed their preferences of entertainment. W/E, its a personal situation and its off topic for now.
Anyway, as anyone can see, the main reason for my hatred for clubbing is due to the fact it serves as a means for people to get together with the wrong mindset. Which is to 'get laid' or 'get cool'. After thinking about it, I agree that the club bitch/assholes are a minority and most people that go to clubs have rather normal lives. The only problem is the mindset they go into clubs with which sometimes sticks to them afterward. On a side note, its because of these insecure girls that guys are attracted to clubbing. Because its easy to get them. So the guy gets his self-esteem boosted because he can pick up girls and so does the girl because she gets picked up.
You're basically telling me that I shouldn't hate clubbing because even if it didn't exist, it wouldn't change the fact that the trend-following, stupid, insecure or etc kind of people do. I can't argue that even if clubbing didn't exist or wasn't as big as it currently is, that these people would have not come together whilst doing another activity and ultimately end up being stupid. I really can't.
But that ultimately still makes me hate clubbing. I hate it because its serves as a means for all these people to gather.
I don't know how I hinted at it but I honestly don't have a thing against introversion. To each his own(clubbing being an exception). One of my closest friends is an introvert.
Anyway, when you portray clubbing in such a way from a neutral standpoint, it actually does sound nice and quite harmless. But its not. Theres too much to explain but really, its all about the people that go to clubs and their mindsets. Clubbing may just be another means for social gatherings but it a means that come with many negative aspects such as the intention to get laid, drinking and like Kestrel mentioned, social hierarchies. To quote Scribbz, "There's nothing nice about it because it's not meant to be nice, it' meant to be big, obnoxious, in your face, and high energy, and that's exactly how I treat it."
I agree that it is generally unhealthy to force yourself to be something you're not. And I have no intention of trying to be something I'm not, which is why I'm probably never going to a club again. I'll be a lot happier just doing stuff I like and I probably butt into the businesses of others who club because they'll grow out of it in the end and come out after learning a thing or two. And those that don't, well they would have been doing stupid regardless even if clubbing didn't exist.
I'm happy that I got some really insightful responses on clubbing and I have changed my views on clubbing quite a bit. Apologies to anyone I've offended with my words because I never had any intention to.
But neh, I'm still against clubbing >_>. Its a personal opinion so I'm not going to force it on anyone. Some might say I'm narrow-minded or whatever after all this but thats just who I am.