It doesn't take long into your first party to realise that ravers are a completely different breed. While the city sleeps we pound the dance floor and we keep going as long as there's music playing. Today we're going to have a look at the fundamental differences between ravers and normal people.
Normal people have their sleep apps and their memory foam mattresses.
Ravers 'rest their eyes' while the boss isn't looking.
Cookie-cutter pop, X-Factor runners up, Country & Western... there's some truly bad stuff out there.
If it's not categorisable by a BMP then we're not interested.
A few drinks down the pub turns into bitching about colleagues and work gossip.
Have you heard the new Denis Sulta track? No? Then let me talk about it for five hours.
"Hello nice to meet you"
"I love you, you're a unicorn person"
Normal people are always looking for an excuse to get of the dancefloor - smoke break, go to the bar, toilet, call the ex...
Ravers are chanting "one more tune" after 17 straight hours
Lights up, kebab, uber, bed. Rinse. Repeat. It's like the hours between 5am and midday don't even exist for these people.
Ravers have nothing against kebabs, we love them, just not when it's time for a party.