Sweaty and red in the face, you push your way through the thick and rest your arms on the bar. You’re not alone. In fact, you’re last in a queue of seven people, all fighting their way to their own taste of oblivion in a cup. Bars get busy, making it hard to catch the attention of the bartenders. But fear not, for the manual of jollification is here to save you. (Would you expect anything less?) We talked to Paddy’s bartender Joe Hughes to find out what irks him the most, therein what not to do, or say, to a bartender.
Abshier, Ali; Eilers, Becky; and Lanser, Blake
"What Not to Say to a Bartender,"
Ethos: Vol. 2013
, Article 7.
Available at: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/ethos/vol2013/iss1/7