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Prosecco, Picasso and Prosthetics - Part 2 - How do we acquire things?

Senor Pinguino is in the dog house.

Suki and I have gone out for a girly lunch which has culminated in several Prosecco cocktails. This was our way of celebrating albeit belatedly our birthdays which we had both spent separately in Spain – Suki had of course been treated to the ultimate rock chick weekend, flown out by SP to Madrid to see AC/DC whereas I had had to suffer the horrors which were the Spanish school ( I will write about this one day but I still feel traumatised by this experience!!!). 1,089 more words

Rock Star

Early Start

She’s only 27 but says now of her pregnancy, three months in, that quitting booze was easy, that she was actually kinda glad to finally have a reason, but that giving up caffeine has been awful. 274 more words

Prose

Well It's Been a Long TIme

M. is 24, your age, but she works a whole lot harder than you do and right now she’s filling a cooler with Coronas and talking about what a long time it’s been since she was a server and says, for perspective, that she got promoted to the bar just a while before you started coming around. 191 more words

Prose

Learn How to Become a Bartender

There has always been one job that I have envied and found interesting. Since being at college, bartenders have always been the best people to interact with (other than my friends) when I was out and about. 341 more words

Life & Living

Ken's cocktail guide – Whiskey Sour

We all love a cheeky cocktail from time to time, like most girls, I am usually one for the sweet and fruity ones, but boyfriend likes them a little more manly. 454 more words

Dating

A day in the life of... A club worker.

Twenty-one-year old journalism student Danielle Hayden juggles her studies at Sheffield Hallam University with a job selling pizza cones at a local nightclub.

If I had to describe my job at the club in one word, I would say  397 more words

"Everybody Shows ID"

Visiting your alma mater on business. Stopping first at the bar on campus.

The bar tender, a student, is the same who served you two years earlier. 282 more words

Prose