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The Capital Weekender With Ministry of Sound 10pm - 6am
12 July 2016, 12:36
Hair done, nails done, everything did! You and your BFF are out on a BIG one, so it is time to know what you are in for.
For a lot of you out there this article is going to be all too familiar. But just incase those morning after headaches haven't already left you with some sort of memory loss, we'll remind you exactly what happens when you and your bestie go out on the tiles.
Read at your peril. This will either remind you how badly you rock or how much you regret EVERYTHING.
Now you have two options here, you can either go for the sitting down, chilled-out approach like the lovely Little Mix ladies.
Or you can and your squad can go full on Queen B and start the party off VERY early.
Seriously, my friend is always late. This time by two hours.— Leela Lovegood (@LaPetiteWolfe) June 26, 2016
You WhatsApp'd her an hour ago and she said she was five minutes away...but you know she's still in the pyjamas she's been wearing all day.
Listen people, there is no shame in taking public transport. Ditch those expensive cabs. If trains are good enough for Niall Horan, they're good enough for you ok?
'But we're going clubbing, you don't need heels!'. She just wouldn't take no for an answer would she.
No, just don't be those people. Let the random guy in the suit take the plunge first, you can see he's about to pounce on the dance floor at any second, just let him take the hit!
Whether its a cheeky smile...
Or the classic awkward wave...
Don't hang them out to dry on their own, there's power in numbers people.
Plus, now might be the only time you can truly tell her how badly that mascara has been running for the last two hours.
Drink water, trust us, you'll feel so much better for it in the morning (you see, here at Capital we're always looking out for you).
You: 'Time to go'.
Her: 'Just one more song. I've finally got this Fifth Harmony choreography down'.
You: 'You've been asleep in the corner for the last 35 minutes and i'm on 2% battery...we have to leave'.
Don't worry, they'll feel it a lot more than you will tomorrow.