Club doorman wears GoPro, shows us what we're really like

Technically Incorrect: On New Year's Eve 2014, a Canadian doorman decided to record what revelry really looks like in a sane person's eyes. Now he's put it on YouTube.

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.


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She doesn't have any shoes on. It's December in Canada. Oh.

Pwilliams58/YouTube screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET

Do you love the party you?

The one who pontificates and screeches and knows that the life and soul of the event is right where you are?

Here is a little film (slightly NSFW) that might sober your thoughts.

It was taken, according to British site Unilad, by a Canadian club doorman, wearing a GoPro on New Year's Eve 2014. It was just uploaded to YouTube.

It reveals what transformations people undergo when they've had too much, say, Canadian Club.

The doorman is the apogee of patience. The revelers are the epitome of annoying, self-righteous, loud, obnoxious, slurry, self-important oafs.

The doorman sticks to the one thing he knows: sober logic. The partiers stick to the one thing they know: mindlessness.

Some doormen, it should be said, are not quite as charming as this gentleman. They tend to revel in the element in which they have power.

This one seems to try to reason with everyone, such as a girl who isn't wearing shoes, despite the freezing conditions.

Or a man who insists many times that he's "on the list," when viewers might feel sure he's on something entirely different.

It's worth taking a look at all the characters who cross his path, attempt to loiter with intent or just stand there and aggravate him as they slur.

Has that ever been you? Just once, perhaps?

Please tell us.

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