4 Vegas Party Personalities That Need to Party Somewhere Else

99.99% of the people you meet in a Vegas nightclub are playing with a personality that not even their mom would recognize. That’s cool, the whole point is being able to be who we want, even if just for a weekend. Just make sure that while creating that alter ego, you don’t take things too far.

The Rebounder

You planned this get-a-way as a way of celebrating the end of a relationship – and started off partying like there’s no tomorrow. The rebounder thinks they are ready to throw themselves at the first hottie who looks their way, but what they really want to do is drown their sorrows in a bottle of rum, and then let their tears add salt to your drink. If you are on the rebound, do all the Vegas partiers a favor and cry into a pint of Ben & Jerry’s at home.

Crying at the club is a No-No

Crying at the club is a No-No

The Hot Mess or Train Wreck

Something about the spirit of Vegas unleashes the animal in you, and once you hit the club, there’s no putting a muzzle on it. After just one or two drinks, there you are, out on the dance floor grinding anything that moves – or doesn’t. You talk too loud, stumble too much and occasionally offer glimpses of your privates. Unless you learn to restrain some of your inhibitions, you’ll likely end up curled up on the bathroom floor- or worse, on the bathroom floor in someone else’s hotel room with no memory of the last 8 hours.

This is never a good look!

This is never a good look!

The Super Cool Cat (or Kitty)

This is the adoption of an attitude that Vegas is beneath you, and you are basically slumming while your beach house in Malibu is being fumigated for roaches. You walk around as if afraid you might catch something, and will only allow the elite into your small circle. Bring your nose down about five inches, because your fake Rolex or Gucci bag is not fooling anyone. You’re in Vegas because it’s the best place on the planet to get daring and dirty, and everyone around you knows it.

The Cash Flasher

You are working part-time at Mickey D’s to pay off your student loans, and crashing on a friends couch because mom got tired of feeding you. Yet when in Vegas, you are an instant millionaire. Only top shelf liquor at your VIP will do, and you don’t mind sharing it with anyone who pays you the slightest bit of attention. Slow down buddy and take a long hard look at your credit card balance before you decide to try on high roller stature for size.

If you throw it out, don't pick it back up

If you throw it out, don't pick it back up

So Who Should Your Vegas Club Persona Be?

Vegaster cool, with the VIP table to show you know how to have a good time, yet not be obnoxious about it. You move the right way to the beat, show a lot of class and know how to party like a rock star without ending up on the floor.

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