New survey says you are too old at age…
A new survey of 5000 adults entitled The Great Outdoors conducted in Britain by Curry’s PC World, found that the average age that people stop clubbing is 31, but it was considered to be “tragic” if you were still frequenting nightclubs at age 37.
Matt Walburn, the Brand Director at Curry’s PC World tells News.Com.Au that the survey “recognizes the fact that there comes a time when we appreciate our home comforts more than a hectic social life and it can often be a drag to play the social butterfly at parties and nights out.”
Other factors that put an end to the desire to go clubbing as we grow older are the hassles involved in catching taxis (21%), finding babysitters (12%) and getting dressed up (22%).
And believe it or not – about 25% said they like to spend time at home on their electronic devices instead.