It may seem like only yesterday that you were memorising the star sign of your friend's older sister so that you could prove to the bouncer that yes, that is your ID, but in reality it was prob aaaaages ago.
So long ago, maybe, that you shouldn't really still be out in the club til the wee hours?...
Currys PC World carried out a survey asking just how old is considered 'too old' to be raving under the UV lights?
37 is the ripe old age that the majority of people feel is when dancing queens should retire from the club scene, with 37% saying that there's nothing more cringe than seeing people over 40 in a bar surrounded by 20 year olds.
It seems that most people won't mind hanging up the glowsticks too much though, with 31 the age that most prefer to stay in instead of going on the rip in town.
Almost half of adults dread social events or nights out, with 30% preferring to watch their fave box set on TV. Fair.