He looked over the bottles behind the bar. They had multiplied since he stocked them last, but that was a long time ago. He was a patron now and the last drink of the night was always tricky. Through experience, he had learned what worked for him and what did not. As much as he enjoyed a whiskey before bed it never helped him come . . .
The sun was retiring earlier than it did yesterday. It was also the first day he had tied a scarf on before heading out. The leaves had a firm grip on their respective trees but they had begun to change into their more seasonally appropriate hues. Leaves are always so fashionable. In a few weeks, they would be crunching under his . . .
A glass gets broken in the ice.
Your bar back is running late.
A drink that you made gets sent back.
You run out of __________ on a busy Friday.
Nobody stocked the beer cooler last night.
You cut your finger on the foil when opening a new bottle.
The sink gets clogged with fruit . . .
Don't order off the rack. Get measured!
The bartender and the tailor are both noble trades. They have tons in common and much that they could teach each other.
For those of you who can't find clothes that fit right, get a tailor! A tailor is a person whose occupation is making fitted clothes such as suits, pants, and jackets to fit individual customers.. . .