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26 Sep 2018, 2:04 pm

My friend said quite a few years ago when he was in a nightclub a bouncer approached him when he was at the bar. The bouncer said too him “come with me you have had too much too drink”.

My friend claims he wasn’t intoxicated when this happened.


In these types of situations what do you think the bouncer could ‘really’ be thinking about you when he decides he wants you too leave the club?



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26 Sep 2018, 2:09 pm

Who knows? I'm curious as to why you're thinking about this if it happened quite a few years ago?

Do you have any theories?


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26 Sep 2018, 2:18 pm

Magna wrote:
Who knows? I'm curious as to why you're thinking about this if it happened quite a few years ago?

Do you have any theories?



They want less men and more women in nightclubs? Since women bring in the money.


Or maybe the bouncer doesn’t like the look of you



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26 Sep 2018, 2:21 pm

Every drunk I have ever had to deal with claimed to have not been intoxicated at the time.


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26 Sep 2018, 4:33 pm

Jamesy wrote:


In these types of situations what do you think the bouncer could ‘really’ be thinking about you when he decides he wants you too leave the club?


He appeared drunk?

He pissed off the wrong person?

Bouncers in the UK can ask you to leave at any time without giving a reason.


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26 Sep 2018, 4:38 pm

Let's hope that bouncer doesn't go after you.


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27 Sep 2018, 1:04 am

A friend was once out with a bunch of guys, going through a few pubs. Arriving at one of them, all the guys were let in except my friend, who was told he was too drunk to get in. He was their designated driver for the night, and stone sober.


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27 Sep 2018, 2:18 am

Fnord wrote:
Every drunk I have ever had to deal with claimed to have not been intoxicated at the time.


This.

To: the OP

You have to assume that the most likely thing is the truth.

The most likely thing is that your friend WAS indeed bombed out of his head, and needed to be tossed out.

Obnoxious drunks are never aware of when they are being obnoxious drunks. Or that's my experience.


Alternatively it possible that he wasn't actually drunk, but was being inappropriate in some other way, and needed to be persuaded to leave.

I and some folks at work went out for a happy hour and we went to a bar in the nearby college town. Had only had a couple sips of my first beer before I meet a nice young lady. Wasn't drunk at all.

Struck up a conversation. Told her that she looked familiar. She said "oh really? Where do you think that you know me from?". Thought for a moment, as my mind went through its file of faces I had seen recently. Then I hit a match for her face in my mind. It was the face of a young lady dancing naked a local strip club.

So...like the complete and total aspie idiot that I am, I blurted out "I KNOW WHERE I HAVE SEEN YOU. I saw you dancing at the Star Light Inn!"

Might even have been true that she was same girl. But true or not I still shoulda bit my tongue, and kept my mouth shut. But no.

Needless to say the smile instantly vanished from the girl's face. And I saw her walk across the room to speak to the bouncer. Then I saw the bouncer look my way, and then saw him make the "come here" gesture with his index finger, and then point to the door with his finger. I made an affirmative nod back. And he quietly escorted me out the door. So I managed to get tossed out without even being drunk, and did so in record time! Couple minutes flat.