A new survey has revealed what age is considered too old to be out clubbing.
A survey of 5000 adults in Britain by Curry’s PC World has revealed 31 is the age at which people stop hitting the town with 37 considered “tragic", according to News Corp.
But social commentator Jane Caro said when it comes to heading for the dance floor age is no barrier.
“If you are 80 and you like clubbing then go,” she said.
“Have a fine time, forget about the snobby 29-year-olds who think you’re a tragic.
“The great thing about getting older is you couldn’t care less.”
The survey also found 29 per cent could no longer deal with hangovers after a big night out and 80 per cent were willing to stay at home when they see friends posting pictures of their partying on social media.
Sunrise co-host Samantha Armytage asked 102.90 Hot Tomato presenter Mal Lees if he still hit the glitter strip to which he responded, “definitely not.”
“I’d be the creepy old guy if I went to any of these clubs,” he said.
“If you’re going to clubs at 40 or 50 then you’re looking for love in all the wrong places.”
Curry’s PC World brand and communications director Matt Walburn said technology was playing a big role in people going out.
“Technology is a big lure of staying in and our findings show how it’s transformed home habits, with Brits proudly investing in their households more than ever before,” he said.
“It’s now almost impossible to get bored at home, with endless box sets and the latest technology, such as 4K TV, enhancing the in-house experience, so much, that it often surpasses its ‘outdoor’ equivalent.”
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