The inspiration for this post was one eventful experience from the last weekend. We’ve all had those nights where one or a series of events turn your night into a disaster. Here are 5 signs or reasons, but I’m sure you’ve got a few more to add (write em in the comments below.) Also, I’m going to apologise in advance for my rants but I really hate it when my one party night in Pune gets canned!
This weekend I went out to one of the 2 clubs in Pune and was shocked at the obnoxious behavior of the bouncer, especially with regards to stags. My stag met some of his close school friends (who had an extra girl) in the line waiting to get in and decided to enter together with them. However, he was refused at the door because the bouncer DECIDED, “you don’t know her, I can’t allow you to enter with any girl.” Therefore, I “decided” to tweet about this 5 star’s club and their rude bouncers.
The response to my tweet was that the bouncer was changed immediately. The icing on the cake however was when we finally entered the club; the same ‘bouncer’ at the door was actually the bartender! Needless to say I did not order my drinks from him and doubt I want to go back there.
Some girls just don’t understand basic Bathroom Etiquette. Here are some rules that you need to follow.
1.If there is a line, wait in it or if you’re bursting at the seams, politely request the person at the front to allow you to go first.
2. Please flush and clean up if you’ve messed the place up.
3. NO SMOKING in the bathroom. Period.
4. Don’t write on the back of the door, seriously grow up.
5. Finally, be nice to the bathroom attendant, she’s been cleaning up and trying to make the dreaded bathroom experience a pleasant one. The least you could do if you don’t plan on tipping is say thank you for when she hands you the toilet paper that had run out.
There is always that one person who gets so drunk that he/she can’t stand (you know the ones I’m talking about.) These are usually the people to stay away from, particularly when you’ve worn your best dress or suede shoes. Not only do I hate smelling of the drink but also it’s so difficult to get a good pair of suede shoes back to life! Plus, it’s such an awkward moment having to explain what happened, if the drink has been spilled in an embarrassing area.
I know the guys out there agree with me on this one, if you’re a group of friends waiting to get into a club, there is nothing worse than waiting in line for your other friends to arrive. Especially if they are the ones who can get you in. Ladies don’t make your men wait at the door for you, and men pick up your ladies from home and get there on time. If you’ve suggested a time to meet then get there at that time, or else don’t make a plan. Simple no?
Not many know this, but since I have some friends in the hospitality industry I was quite appalled to know that most clubs water down their drinks. Whether its the bartender that doesn’t use an actual peg measure to pour your drink, or the bottles behind the bar being filled partly with water, this stuff actually happens. Not all clubs do this but if you’re a seasoned drinker you’d be able to tell. There really isn’t much you can do but trust your bartender, and be there when he makes the drink. Considering how expensive drinks are these days, it’s really not right that they cheat us no?