SRS I'm going to try new things

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  1. Want2race

    Want2race Fearless

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    My previous office was a pretty boring "hide in your corner and work" enviroment. I never saw another person besides when going to take a piss.

    So things went a little off when I couldnt get proper instructions as to what to do and I no longer work there. I now took a job as a bartender in a pretty busy nightclub (500+ people a night)

    I may not be the most outgoing but I think its a good thing to try throw myself in the deepend and learn to swim. The money potential is good and I think its going to be a good way to meet new people.

    ANyone have any advise so I dont sink before the boat sales? I think I'm going to keep the conversations on them and wont ever say anything about myself, especially my problems.. I think I could do alright.

    ATL crew.. we may have a meet one day! :bigthumb:
     
  2. kilamasta

    kilamasta New Member

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    Since I am not sure what advices you need, I am just going to say :

    Good luck and have fun !


    ( coming from a noob =me)
     
  3. PuppyCat

    PuppyCat O.T. Mom

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    I have heard that if one wants to know anything about anything ask a bartender.

    One of my very best freinds has tended bar in the same strip club for 20 years...you'd never know it by meeting him on the street and he's actually very shy when he's not behind the bar...but when he is behind the bar...it's magic...pure and simple...

    I hope this works out for you and you find some magic in your mixology profession.

    I daresay it will be interesting if you're into "people watching" and findhuman behaviour fascinating...

    People tend to blather on to bartenders, so you really won't have to talk very much, nod, dispense alcohol, shine a glass or two and say "yup" alot. Moreover, it's a great way to meet people, there's usually good tips, and who knows...you just might shine...

    :)Smile
     
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    Thats the hardest thing for me to do.. Its just not a natural position to me.. but im working on it :bigthumb:
     
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    Thanks,
    I dont insult people because of their status.. I dont see it as having any effect on their knowledge..

    I was just looking for tips to keep my head afloat..
     
  6. Nizzel

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    i was a bartender. i kept getting fired because i'd make fun of the men who bought bitch drinks. one time i took a cherry and threw it at this guys crotch reigon because i was fed up with these fairy drinkers.

    they fired me because of that bullshit. i kept sneaking in when we would have 'keblar time' (time where bartender takes a break for 30 minutes and noone buys alcohol) and pretend to be the bartender. i'd make fun of people. i prabably did this once a week for about 3 months when they finally called the police on me.

    i waited by the club owners car until he got home and then whisperd into his ear softly "take me into my bartending home or the decleansing process will begin on very, "special" spot hehe" and pulled out a 5 inch hunting knife, threw it on the ground and pulled out a purple dildo and started rubbing it while looking into his eyes with lust.


    needless to say i never got the job but instead i got a 90 yard restaining order and i have to go to counsling once a week for the next year. fucking sucks. so if i were you id just quit now.
     
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    :cool: Interesting read despite the spirals and dips into a place my head won't wrap around. Something tells me you definitely are not the bartendering type...gee, I wonder what that is?
     

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