If you play your cards right and become friends with the bar staff, it’s not at all unusual to eventually ask your bartender out on a date.
Courtney Lane has the mouth of a sailor but the eyes of a seductress. I’ve never met such a gentle giant in such a small frame who dropped as many F-bombs.
It’s hard to explain the sound a cocktail shaker makes when ice smashes back and forth between its metallic walls. It’s a sexy crackling noise that heightens all the senses, a sedated mini-explosion being muffled in a small object held with two hands.
The Mixologist is a species all its on.
The perfect first date for a bartender involves bowling, beer, Netflix, and a nightcap; it honestly is that simple.
This is a list I’ve compiled of the sh*t people say to bartenders and what bartenders want to secretly say back.
“Last Call”: You don’t have to go home, but you do have to get your ass the hell up out of here.
For Female Customers Who Want To Pick Up A Male Bartender: So you are at the bar with your homegirls and you and the ladies have already ordered your drinks. This is where we’ll start.