Top 10 things not to do at a bar

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Top 10 things not to do at a bar

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Abigail Lague -

1. Wear anything nice

This is not the night to wear your expensive leather boots and jacket, nor any article of clothing that cost more than $20. The bars on the Corner are a special kind of crappy and who knows what type of liquid you may be splattered with. You’re lucky if it’s just bottom-shelf liquor. I know this is horribly graphic, but you need to be warned! On a side note, for the love of God, please do not wear heels. You will not be able to stay vertical all night, and the inevitable end will be embarrassing … for you. For the rest of us, it will be hilarious. Click Here To Read More!

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