8 resons why any good (i.e., if call a spade a spade, expensive enough) nightclub is better than Madame Tussauds's museum.
- Music in such a nightclub is typically less loud, better in content and have better quality.
- Expensive nightclubs are less crowded, and even if there are a queues to the entrance, they are usually much shorter.
- Flashing lights in nightclub are less bright and usually don't flash directly into your eyes. They are just sparkling around at floor and sometimes at walls, not f*cking blinding you!
- Environment and decorations are generally more consistent, tasteful and combine less amount of bright colors at once in the nightclub.
- If you want to rest from people and lights in nightclub, you can just go and sit at the quiet table in the corner for a while, until you rest in enough degree to want to dance/communicate with people again. If you have a vip place, sometimes it give an option to rest from loud noises, too. In that museum you don't have any of these options. People walk, push you and loudly talk literarly everywhere. All places, in which you could theoretically seat, are already occupied.
- People in such a nightclubs behave less irritating, than in that museum. Particularly, they takes a photos much less and push you much less often as well.
- If you are girl, in nightclub you can find a man, who will pay for everything for you ( in the best case you'll not pay for anything, besides entrance ), and often you'll be able to continue your acquaintance in a more secluded location, if you'll want to. Not an option in the museum, though.
- In nightclub you can drink a cocktail, dance, and sometimes even observe a fun performances with living handsome guys and sexy girls. In that museum you can just walk and watch at stationary figurines... if only you'll manage to sight them behind the crowd!
For those ones who don't understand sarcasm for whatever reason...
Nightclubs are well-known to have a very loud music, bright lights and crowded with imprudent people, some of which misbehave and push you. I compare the museum to them consiously to emphasize the absurdity of what is happening...
Generally, places like nightclubs, cabaret, rock concerts and such are on verge of what I can tolerate in terms of colors, crowd and noise, so I don't visit them more often than once of 2-4 weeks maybe, even when I have a money (or much more rare, when I haven't money or too depressed). But these touristic places are far, far beyond this verge... I'd even say, they are beyound any sence to me!
I will not lie, the first several figurines actually impressed me. It was fun to see such a good work. Sometimes you even can't distinct figurines from visitors, untill you'll spend a dozen of seconds to look attentively and notice, who looks better and behaves more quietly than people around.
I tried to take an attentive closer look of how their "skin", eyes and hair look like and to try to have a clue, how it could be made. But it was very inconvenient to do, because people around constatnly pushed me, distracted me with their constant excited screams. After already a couple of minutes, during which I examined one of the figurines, a queue of people, who wanted to take a photo with it, was formed. They all looked at me disapprovingly and, apparently didn't understand, why I just not make a selfie and go away. It made me feel awkward.
I tried to examine less popular figurines, but they usually were placed in places with a bad light, and often had lesser quality. Closer to the end of the exposition I didn't even want to do it anymore cause of tiredness from a loud, bright, incommodious, crowdy - so, saying in one word, unfriendly environment. I even had a headache, as after too big, colorful and crowded supermarket (hate them, too).