Bartenders not pictured have a lot to say. So Business Insider asked more than 30 bartenders to weigh in on what they'd love to tell customers but can't. I am not a potential date. Please don't take advantage of the fact that I have to treat you in a professional manner.
Bartender dating a customer
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Bartenders particularly cute ones lead a unique lifestyle. Think about how you met him: Do you really think you were the first and last one to do that? No way. At least 10 women will offer to buy him a drink or a shot every night. He will dress to the nines for work, and in his jeans and t-shirts for date night with you.
Bartenders share 13 things they'd love to tell customers but can't
Being the lives of the party and the keepers of the alcohol make bartenders inherently appealing. But bartenders can also be a challenging group to date. From unsociable hours to jealousy issues, here are seven reasons you should never date a bartender. Unless you work a similar schedule, the bartender work schedule can be tough to accommodate. Their schedule often changes by week or season.
They also offer advice, a sympathetic ear and an encyclopaedic knowledge of crisp flavours. Conversation comes easy to a bartender. Their general knowledge is unsurpassed and they can theorise on everything from the identity of Bigfoot to the location of Atlantis. Partying is in their blood.