THE BAR I work at, the Bar in Lincoln, Nebraska, is considered the place you make your last stop of the night. So by the time people get here, they aren’t always in their right mind and have a tendency to throw their inhibitions to the wind. Let’s just say I have seen my fair share of bare ta-tas.
GROWING UP in Nebraska, I had a pet cow and two pet sheep. They were birthday presents from my grandpa.
IT’S PRETTY obvious how to get on a bartender’s good side: Tip early and often. I don’t work for free!
YOU CAN tell a lot from a man’s drink order. A beer means he’s in it for the long haul, a double means he wants to get frisky and a shot means he’s ready to party.