The reason why we all go to a bar is to have fun. We all do the same thing when we hit a bar. We get some drinks, hit on a stranger, puke a lot and go back home. While we know how to have a great time at a bar, we are not aware of what not to do. A casual night out with friends can turn out to be disastrous if you get yourself involved in unnecessary things. The following are some such things that you must not do.
Taking your clothes off
Although you might not be in your right mind, remember that some people can find your act to be quite disturbing. Just because you are sweating, it does not mean that you can take off your clothes. Moreover, ladies must not remove their heels and drop them off at a random place. If they hurt, you shouldn’t have worn them in the first place.
Failing to befriend the bartender
Getting a Japan whisky in a bar can be a nightmare. With all the crowd and the never-ending line, it can take hours for you to get your drink. If you want to pace things up, you need to be in good terms with the bartender. Do not offend the person or be stingy with the tips. If you treat them nicely, they will make sure that you do not have to wait to taste the best cocktails in the city.
Do not pick a fight
Bars are created for you to enjoy the best cocktails in town, not to get a broken jaw. Most people usually don’t want to start a fight, but after the fifth glass of Japan whisky, it can be quite hard to stop yourself from picking a fight. It is best to have a friend or colleague by your side, since they will watch your back.
Nagging the bouncer
If you have any hope of coming back to the bar, do not piss off the bouncer. He will not care how long you waited or how bad your legs ache. He is just another employee following orders. So, nagging him will not work. If you pick a fight with the bouncer or say something offensive, you will never be able to get into that bar again. If you really want to get in, tipping is the best way to go.
Moreover, it is not safe or polite to leave your belongings all over the place. Keep your belongings to yourself. This way, you will not have to spend the last few minutes looking for your wallet or car keys.