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bar etiquette

Post by bolueeleh » Mon Jun 20, 2016 11:07 am

just a general question, on what to do and not to do at the bar, first up

is it ok to butt slap another hostess while she is talking to another customer who is a complete stranger to you?
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Re: bar etiquette

Post by kiwiincambodia » Mon Jun 20, 2016 11:14 am

bolueeleh wrote:just a general question, on what to do and not to do at the bar, first up

is it ok to butt slap another hostess while she is talking to another customer who is a complete stranger to you?
I think it's a dick move but still allowable, especially if you have past history with said hostess. If you have never had history with said hostess I would say you should not.

I used to love saying to guys with hostesses, ''You will love her mate, she's great fun'', the look on their face can be priceless. Its amazing how so many people think they are the first ones to ever shag a hostess.
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Re: bar etiquette

Post by Kuroneko » Mon Jun 20, 2016 12:31 pm

bolueeleh wrote:just a general question, on what to do and not to do at the bar, first up

is it ok to butt slap another hostess while she is talking to another customer who is a complete stranger to you?
If your happy to risk a smack in the face - no problem. :D
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Re: bar etiquette

Post by kiwiincambodia » Mon Jun 20, 2016 1:59 pm

Kuroneko wrote:
bolueeleh wrote:just a general question, on what to do and not to do at the bar, first up

is it ok to butt slap another hostess while she is talking to another customer who is a complete stranger to you?
If your happy to risk a smack in the face - no problem. :D

Would someone really get violent because someone touched ''their'' hostess?

Once I was eating breakfast in a pub in Bangkok and 2 guys were arguing about the other stealing ''their girl''. I could not believe these 2 grown men (yes they were English :D ) having a very public dispute about a prostitute. When they started throwing punches because of it and basically told each other they weren't friends anymore and would go their separate ways for the rest of their holiday, I lost it.
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Post by Jamie_Lambo » Mon Jun 20, 2016 3:27 pm

kiwiincambodia wrote:
Kuroneko wrote:
bolueeleh wrote:just a general question, on what to do and not to do at the bar, first up

is it ok to butt slap another hostess while she is talking to another customer who is a complete stranger to you?
If your happy to risk a smack in the face - no problem. :D

Would someone really get violent because someone touched ''their'' hostess?
as most know i know/friends with, a lot of girls in the bars and the amount of times blokes will get jealous/butthurt when "their hostess" comes up and starts speaking with me, i find it hilarious
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Re: bar etiquette

Post by Jamie_Lambo » Mon Jun 20, 2016 3:27 pm

kiwiincambodia wrote:
bolueeleh wrote:just a general question, on what to do and not to do at the bar, first up

is it ok to butt slap another hostess while she is talking to another customer who is a complete stranger to you?
I think it's a dick move but still allowable, especially if you have past history with said hostess. If you have never had history with said hostess I would say you should not.

I used to love saying to guys with hostesses, ''You will love her mate, she's great fun'', the look on their face can be priceless. Its amazing how so many people think they are the first ones to ever shag a hostess.
hahahahahah :plus1: so true as well hahahhaah
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Post by dan1el » Mon Jun 20, 2016 3:53 pm

I think I experienced bad bar owners etiquette last night. A bar I go in every week for food and drink gave me a torn $20 bill in my change on Saturday night and refused to take it back Sunday night when I wanted to pay my bill which is always $10 or more on every visit I make to that bar. Also on the Saturday when I gave them the $100 bill I realized there was an ATM next door and I offered to pop outside and withdraw a twenty to make life easy for them but they ignored my offer and changed the 100 with a 1 fifty and 2 20s one of which was torn. Last week when I was in the bar another regular customer named Chris from Connecticut also paid with a hundred and got what he called 2 disputable $20 bills and asked the owner to change them and he did and then said he would get rid of them over the bar next time. I know I should have checked it at the time but I always got along well with everyone in the bar and I've never caused them any trouble , just sit at the bar ,eat , drink and mind my own business. Needless to say I shall not return because there are many bars I can eat , drink and mind my own business in. I know they did nothing wrong I just think its poor form to piss one of their regular customers(whom I'm told is a bloke de la top as they say in gay Paris) off when they could have just offloaded it to a tourist they will never probably see again. Oh I nearly forgot , the bar is called Shooters on riverside.
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Post by franzjaeger » Mon Jun 20, 2016 4:00 pm

That's why I like my little local ATM bank card, gives me fresh and crisp 10 dollar bills every time, and zero fees on any amount.

Oh, and slap a hostess behind? How rude. :evil:
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Post by dan1el » Mon Jun 20, 2016 4:13 pm

Like I said . I offered to go to my little local ATM for a fresh and crispy smaller bill but they ignored me. As for slapping a hostess on the arse , Micmac take it away please.
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Post by hanno » Mon Jun 20, 2016 4:22 pm

kiwiincambodia wrote:Once I was eating breakfast in a pub in Bangkok and 2 guys were arguing about the other stealing ''their girl''. I could not believe these 2 grown men (yes they were English :D ) having a very public dispute about a prostitute. When they started throwing punches because of it and basically told each other they weren't friends anymore and would go their separate ways for the rest of their holiday, I lost it.
A couple of years ago front office called to to the lobby as there was trouble. As I get there, there are two French guys beating the crap out of each other and screaming how one had "stolen" the other one's hooker..... Now this was not some flop-house I was working in, but a 5-star hotel.

If I were so inclined to bring a hooker to the hotel, I would keep a very low profile and not duck it out in front of dozens of guests and staff. Real class.
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