"Yeah, so after they had evicted Cathy from the bar..." ... all of the patrons wept and followed her to the hugely successful one that she opened.
Yeah, so after they had evicted Cathy from the bar...Falafel (standing in the background) threw a hissyfit.Tom
I kid you not - that looks like my brothers first bar in St. Paul. It was a doozy!And, we had plenty of patrons like Cathy:)
...she left in a 'huff'! LOL!
...an incredibly buff street gang member wondered in, sad and forlorn, because Cath was gone.Seriously, stay away from those flaming drinks. I keep telling Ray but he refuses to listen to me.
Ah, the Veuve! Maybe that should be on the agenda for Christmas.I had a flaming drink in the days when I sported a moustache. Never again, Cath.Now I stick to pousse-cafe' as my drink of choice when I can find a bartender who knows how to make one.
Adrienne - it wasn't The Pit and Paddock was it?
This is one reason I don't often host hubby's family for the holidays :)
"We serve drinks to men who want to get drunk fast."--IAWLIn the movie THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES, why is it the Fredric March character (the one who makes the most money) always asking someone to BUY HIM a drink ??
What Vincenzo said!These comments are all hilarious. I must not be the only imbiber on this blog. *hiccup*
...because her beauty had caused such a stir, men fighting for her phone number, women wanting to get her blog address, the paparazzi at the doors--- she returned home, to her solitary existence, where she solemnly placed one more beer bottle on her glass Christmas tree and plotted her next blog post. Life was good.
After Hours or the end of happy hours!
sf: True. I can't go anywhere without someone wanting a piece of me. LOL! SO, not true. LOL!
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