Scientist: Bartender (taking back beer): "Get the fuck out."
oneironaut: I want to buy one of these cards. But I think after using one in a bar, you won't have to worry about getting another under-poured beer, because the bartender might not serve you again.
shakespeherian: Or your remaining 25% may not be beer, exactly.
Or you could just drink from the bottle.
How can this thread not be full of British people pointing out how utterly, completely superior the UK licensing law is on this point, and that it has been so for 50 years?
Because we all just got back from the pub a bit pissed, that's why.
In a nutshell, fans who bought the 16 ounce beer have been getting the same amount of their favorite domestic for less money than the fans who paid more for the 20 ounce.
Holy Zarquon's Singing Fish: "Or, you know, paying them to do their job, because the price of the drink goes straight to the bar owners without passing Go."
griphus: "Waiting tables on a good day at a decent place can work out to something like $20/hr, cash."
Scientist: Don't sit there telling the bartender how to do their job, which is just a way to make someone's life miserable while simultaneously making everyone else in the bar think that you're a pedantic whiny prick.
Scientist: Even if your server is an incompetent asshole, you don't have the right to lecture them in their place of work about how they should be doing their job.
rtha: "Your other option is to speak to the manager, who is the server's boss."
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