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Bouncers at Exodus.

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A few months ago, I was wondering up to the door and a doorman said to me "Are you a bit more sober today?" I was afa perplexed. I turned round to him and said "What?" and he "reminded" me that I got kicked out on Friday for being far too drunk. So I said to him "Nah, wasn't me, I wasn't here on Friday" to which he replied "You had far too much to drink, I'm not surprised you don't remember". So, again, I told him that wasn't me and that he had the wrong person. His attitude went slightly more aggressive when he told me he "never forgets the face of people he kicks out". He didn't seem too impressed when I told him that I was working at Moshulu all of Friday night, so couldn't physicaly be in 2 places at once. He never took it back, but did immediately say "I'm not knocking you back, but just take it easy tonight".

I think mistaken identity might be a reason for some bouncers behaviour. Anyway, that's that only bad experience I've had with the bouncers there, and it wasn't even bad. Generally I'd say "Sometimes not the friendliest people, just get on with their job".

Also, I'm sure most of the bouncers are perfectly nice people when they aren't working.

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Guest Bob
I do find it quite interesting a handful of people are slating the doorstaff at Exodus.

Compared to the club going population of Aberdeen there's only a handful of people on these boards, but what's being said here isn't something that I haven't heard out-with these forums. I'm naturally a suspicious person too but then, there's a good ol' saying about suspicion: there's no smoke without fire.

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i over heard them chatting last week and they kicked someone out for what they said on this board. haha

Dear god, how painfully unfunny.

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I think mistaken identity might be a reason for some bouncers behaviour.

Any hassle I get is due to Dave being in the week before, smoking on the dancefloor...

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Any hassle I get is due to Dave being in the week before, smoking on the dancefloor...

there's smoking on the dancefloor

But you better not kill the groove

Dj, gonna burn this goddamn house right down

some drunk guy called gary came upto me in ma's the other day convinced i was you, he really wouldn't believe me. i think you went to college with him.

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some drunk guy called gary came upto me in ma's the other day convinced i was you, he really wouldn't believe me. i think you went to college with him.

Oh yes. He's fae torry min.

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Now like I said, a handful of people have been complaining here but on the whole whenever I am in Aberdeen, I always hear great things about the club. Being the suspicious person I am, I believe half the posters here are not telling us the whole truth. PErhaps you were kicked out of the place for being too drunk, too boisterous or whatever, but you want to take it out on the bouncers.

They would not drag you out like that. Especially with the CCTV available there and the number of witnesses. Believe it or not, but if this did happen, the police would be straight there and have the doorman arrested.

Myself and my mate can testify otherwise, we were dragged out of the club violently for no reason. And that is the whole truth.

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Hahaha.

No, he's not a bouncer. He works during the daylight hours down the road from me.

I know that but I was entertained by the thought of said chap being confused for MerryChristmas or just generally imagining him as a dour bouncer :D

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all my mates bugger off to Exodus. I couldn't be arsed with a night full of students in lumberjack shirts

:laughing::up:

To be fair you shouldn't be chucking stuff in a club. I know you'll use the 'it was only a lemon' argument, but you can't have a tolerance of some things being thrown whilst chucking folk out for other things. I'd be pretty hacked off if I was standing next to your mate and you drunkenly throw a lemon at him, which then misses at hits me.

Man up and learn from your mistakes :up:

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Arsehole bouncers at Exodus are back: Bouncers Are Lame - AFC Chat
Never been in that dump due to the pr*cks that go there! Pearl's old polish bouncers - savage! A few mis-haps with them never good.

Brilliant! I saw them working once or twice, NO SHIT! 'You Leave', 'Why', 'No Questions' then it got ugly, very entertaining

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I used to work the door in exodus, and believe me its easier to get rid! rather than having to put up with looking at the grins on some drunken students face all night.

it also shows the rest of the folk in there that we dont be taking none of that shit man! so behave or your gonna have to explain the footprint on your face to your mummies when you get home. :love:

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I used to work the door in exodus, and believe me its easier to get rid! rather than having to put up with looking at the grins on some drunken students face all night.

it also shows the rest of the folk in there that we dont be taking none of that shit man! so behave or your gonna have to explain the footprint on your face to your mummies when you get home. :love:

sorry not funny, i was bored at work!!!

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One of my good friends had the misfortune to get on the wrong side of a couple of Polish Exodus bouncers. He ended up with a snapped femur and was in hospital for 2 weeks, nasty stuff. One of the bouncers fled back to Poland and the other was charged.

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I couldn't be arsed with a night full of students in lumberjack shirts but reluctantly agreed to meet them.

"...and that concludes this week's installment of Mouse's Fashion Tips. Next week: the problem with popped collars - some of your friends are probably already this fucked.

Until next time' date=' take it easy

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- M"

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One of my good friends had the misfortune to get on the wrong side of a couple of Polish Exodus bouncers. He ended up with a snapped femur and was in hospital for 2 weeks, nasty stuff. One of the bouncers fled back to Poland and the other was charged.

No nonsense here, if they say no, they mean no. :)

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Not really.
Aye. The bouncers at The International Casino are all sound as fuck. And I actually get on with all the new bouncers in Exodus as well.

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one of the bouncers IDs me every time i go; it's getting fairly irritating! i once asked what age he thought i was and he said about 17, though i'm betting he was lying. if not, score!

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