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21 Things Everyone Who's Been To Klute Just Gets

Everyone in Durham knows it was the second-worst nightclub in Europe, but the first one burnt down.

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1. When you get to Klute it will either be empty or there will be a massive queue.

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Klute is never at the perfect level of full where it has an atmosphere, but you can still move.

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7. Every time you go to Klute there will be a group of people in matching T-shirts.

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Probably on some awful social.

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8. There will also be several people in fancy dress at all times of the year.

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Seeing a Roman soldier snog the face off Harry Potter is a regular sighting in Klute.

9. And a lot of naked people.

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11. And you can't get off with someone without it being photographed multiple times.

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13. You see the most random things on the dance floor.

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Flute in Klute, why not? There is also an urban legend about the staff finding a dead rabbit at the end of the night.

14. This is an accurate picture of the upstairs Klute toilets most nights.

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They always flood.

Klute is a very wet place, very near a river. It's amazing it's not like Atlantis by now.

15. And these stairs are basically just a slippery death trap.

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17. You haven't really graduated from Durham University unless you've brought your parents to Klute.

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18. The only properly good thing about Klute is the smoking area.

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It's the size of the club and you can actually talk in it. These days it even has a bar.

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21. And you can't leave Klute until you hear "That's Amore".

View this video on YouTube

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It sounds very different without a couple of hundred drunk people singing along.