What your UoB Valentine’s club night says about the relationship you’re looking for
Good luck if you got Motion
Lizard Lounge – The wholesome couple
Your eyes lock across the room while blasting Mr Brightside at the top of your lungs. Hyped on toffee vodka and jaeger bombs, you’re looking for the man/girl of your dreams to go for endless "drinks with this one" and plaster the evidence across your Instagram.
Gravity – The sports couple
It’s Wednesday night. It’s a bit hot and sweaty, but not to worry, that just enhances the shine on your rock hard abs that you know will make the netball girls fall for you. Little substance but at least you’ll be the "fit" couple that everyone fancies.
Lakota – The scatty couple
You just want someone to go DnB nights and share keys with. You bonded over a shared love for techno and wavy garms and would never be caught dead in a triangle club. Romantic nights in are spent getting waved, sharing your love for each other, which will inevitably be forgotten.
Mbargos – The one night stand
Here for a good time, not a long time. At Bargs you’ll never find an everlasting love, but at least you’ll wake up satisfied. You’ll find them stumbling across the road from Brass Pig and the rest is lost in a blur of short-lived passion.
Motion – Staying single
You can never find anyone, not even your friends. You’ll spend too much time on the phone looking for your mates you’ll never have time to pull. The only hope you’ll have is that stranger you’ll link up with to split the taxi back to Stoke Bishop.
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