Things that can make you hate the bar you love
Do you not get that feeling of heading out with your mates as Friday arrives? Most of us get that. After 5-6 days of hard work, we do deserve the hard earned weekend. While there are so many things that could be done to make the weekend special but we prefer night clubs – it’s really become whole world’s tradition. But you have to admit it – there have been times when you just didn’t enjoy that loud night in your favourite bar and it didn’t live up to the billing. You must have questioned yourself and complained:
1. Why is everything so sticky?
Booze on the dance flood, crumbs of food here and there and an overall mess – this is what most bars and pubs look like during at the end of the day.
2. The music is always bad
Have you ever been sufficiently impressed with the music that plays in bars? Is it your taste? We’re sure it’s not and it’s not the kind of music that you would listen to on your phone every day. Bars and clubs play irrelevant music just to make conversations between people tough.
3. There’s no good place to keep your purse/coat/scarf:
You will always lose one glove. Always. You wouldn’t even care about it until you get back to normal.
4. Getting a Drink
Want a drink? Good luck figuring out how to get through the three layers of people also trying to get drinks. Indeed a sickening undertaking. And depending on your level of luck and aggressiveness, making the worst purchase of your life may take anywhere from 3 to 20 tense minutes.
We don’t think you’ll be able to impress anyone with your moves because there will be hardly any space to swing your arms around.
6. People crying their eyes out
Emotions of people come pouring out after a couple of drinks. Suddenly, a lively bar which was supposed to be fun becomes a tell-a-depressing story spot.