Overheard: The hot bartender

It’s been a long time since this blog (with beer in the tittle) has discussed beer. The wait is over.

This is an “Overheard in the bar” story:

I don’t know what the two guys names were but for the story I will call them Bill and Shawn… so Bill and Shawn went into a bar and were served beers by a hot bartender (who will be known as Hottie) and found them lacking.

The beers they were given were all foam (GASP).

This is a serious dilemma for Bill and Shawn. The following conversation occurred:

Bill: We have to ask for another.
Shawn: That’s ridiculous look at her! It’s justa lot of head and I make it a point in life never to decline head from a woman who looks like that.
Bill: But this isn’t even half a beer… bartenders need to know how to serve a fucking beer

Now ethical dilemma time: let’s assume that Hottie is well… a hottie… at what point do you send the beer back? Is her attractiveness a factor? If she was a 9 vs. a 7 (on a 1-10 scale, considering the conditional hotness) does that make a big diference?

How did it turn out for Bill and Shawn? Well Bill asked for another and then Hottie accused him of drinking over half of it really quickly. Bill didn’t get another beer and Hottie was stiffed (not in the way Shawn was thinking… the tipping kind).


~ by realfactsandbeer on February 7, 2013.

One Response to “Overheard: The hot bartender”

  1. I’ve found that I typically hate drinking at the type of places attractive people work at. They aren’t all stupid and lazy, but most of them are stupid and lazy. And they cost more money than average looking people, which means your beers inevitably wind up costing more money than an average beer.

    With that being established, attractiveness doesn’t even play into the question of whether or not I’d ask for another pour. If you’re not going to pour me a full beer, I’m not going to pay full price for the one you gave me.

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