Diluted spirits at a bar...

When we all like to come out and play...
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Re: Diluted spirits at a bar...

Post by kiwiincambodia » Thu Oct 09, 2014 12:35 pm

That's my Saturday sorted. Margaritas and 18 holes of tee off.
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Re: Diluted spirits at a bar...

Post by Lonestar » Thu Oct 09, 2014 9:11 pm

I am back Tuesday..........and will be ready for some Golden Tee. I would like to start doing some Sat. or Sun. tournaments if we can get a few players.
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Re: Diluted spirits at a bar...

Post by NokTang » Wed Nov 26, 2014 7:05 am

jah steu wrote: The manager said, quote "I don't care" and the owner, who was on the premises, wouldn't speak to me.
They may have thought you were there to poach girls and served you the piss as payback. Happens all the time here. Part of the game. Just another example of what it can all lead to and how it's once again taking the focus away from the girls to the "owners". Sorry you were disappointed and very surprised they didn't toss you out because you brought in your own booze. Next time wear a disguise and advise us what you were served.
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Re: Diluted spirits at a bar...

Post by SAY_WAT? » Tue Jan 06, 2015 3:33 pm

Another Khmer rip off. You are surprised?
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Re: Diluted spirits at a bar...

Post by Cam Nivag » Fri Jan 01, 2016 7:42 pm

Just read a rant on the Siem Reap FB page related to this topic:

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Re: Diluted spirits at a bar...

Post by Kung-fu Hillbilly » Sat Jan 02, 2016 7:53 am

Sitting in a bar in Kuta at 3am a few years ago with four others we were into the top shelf. The woman sitting next to me asked for a vodka and orange. She was a barmaid and suspected the vodka was diluted so asked for a shooter of vodka. Sure enough watered down to almost nothing. The rest of us too drunk to realize, then asked for shooters of whiskey to gauge our own mixes. Yep, all watered down close to nothing. There was almost a riot and all said we won't be paying our bill. The manager went down the street to return with bottles of liquor purchased elsewhere and poured out some free drinks. There were numerous bottles of the liquor we were drinking sitting on the shelf suggesting everything in the bar had been tampered with otherwise the manager wouldn't have had to purchase authentic grog elsewhere.

Bastards.
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Re: Diluted spirits at a bar...

Post by bkktrapper » Sat Jan 02, 2016 8:48 am

tight arses .
ceiling cat is watching you masterbate
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Re: Diluted spirits at a bar...

Post by NokTang » Sat Jan 02, 2016 11:31 am

Many a barang "bar owner" aka has been ripped off on some lease....will not be involved in the watering down of booze on the shelf. He is just trying to get drunk for free and be a pimp in a third world country. What motivates the worker to dilute is the simple fact he/she can skim money serving two drinks, one payment going to the drunks till, the other to his/her pocket. It's difficult to blame the barang for this, he is after all, drunk and a pimp in shinning armor.
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Re: Diluted spirits at a bar...

Post by wolfcreek » Sat Jan 02, 2016 6:05 pm

Why would anyone drink Southern Comfort anyway? (and I 'm from the Southern USA)...
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