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2 Replies to “[Video] How to Live on a Budget and Get Free Drinks at Night Clubs”

  1. OMG, where are you going to school? It sounds like the worst place on earth for a young gay man to pursue secondary education. I’m not sure you’re getting a very practical education there, either, based on this financial and social advice you’re giving out, not to mention the fact that it sounds like there is occasionally a bit of sexual assault if not straight up rape going on at your bars. No bueno!

    The better, more responsible thing to do if a college freshman has an ATM card and only $30 to his name is to stay his little ass home and save that money to buy food and other must have essentials until there’s a paycheck, some parental assistance, or some other kind of deposit happening to that boy’s account. To make even better use of that time, he could keep an eye on his less level-headed gay classmates who will undoubtedly need someone sober to come pick them up and keep their too-young-to-be-drinking asses back to campus before one of the lecherous, genitally ambiguous drag queens you describe bends them over a speaker and puts free drink coupons up their butts for the rest of the crowd to take selfies with for Instagram. If he’s lucky, he might even earn a few “thank you!” bucks just by being a good friend and keeping himself and others safe, sane, and out of harm’s way.

    There will be other opportunities to drink and have a good time with friends, and better ways to finance those outings than by becoming a social pariah who drunkenly begs friends for cash or puts themselves in embarrassing or unsafe situations in pursuit of a free cocktail. If you need a drink that bad at that age, life is going to be filled with problems, not the least of which will be how to fit in a court-ordered AA meeting between classes.

  2. OMG, where are you going to school? It sounds like the worst place on earth for a young gay man to pursue secondary education. I’m not sure you’re getting a very practical education there, either, based on this financial and social advice you’re giving out, not to mention the fact that it sounds like there is occasionally a bit of sexual assault if not straight up rape going on at your bars. No bueno!

    The better, more responsible thing to do if a college freshman has an ATM card and only $30 to his name is to stay his little ass home and save that money to buy food and other must have essentials until there’s a paycheck, some parental assistance, or some other kind of deposit happening to that boy’s account. To make even better use of that time, he could keep an eye on his less level-headed gay classmates who will undoubtedly need someone sober to come pick them up and keep their too-young-to-be-drinking asses back to campus before one of the lecherous, genitally ambiguous drag queens you describe bends them over a speaker and puts free drink coupons up their butts for the rest of the crowd to take selfies with for Instagram. If he’s lucky, he might even earn a few “thank you!” bucks just by being a good friend and keeping himself and others safe, sane, and out of harm’s way.

    There will be other opportunities to drink and have a good time with friends, and better ways to finance those outings than by becoming a social pariah who drunkenly begs friends for cash or puts themselves in embarrassing or unsafe situations in pursuit of a free cocktail. If you need a drink that bad at that age, life is going to be filled with problems, not the least of which will be how to fit in a court-ordered AA meeting between classes.

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