21 Things Your Bartender Doesn't Want You To Know

Whether you're a serial bar-hopper or a regular at your corner watering hole, you've probably established some sort of repartee with the bartenders. Maybe your interactions are fleeting and functional. Maybe real friendships have been formed. Perhaps you tip generously every time...or, at least every time you don't completely forget. (We've been there.) Regardless of how close a relationship you've got, don't you wonder what your mixologists have seen out there on the front lines? What they're really thinking about when you place your order? Are they judging me for going with a Long Island Iced Tea? (Yes, probably.)

Thanks to the app Whisper, we don't have to wonder anymore. These anonymous bartender confessions address many of our curiosities — and tackle a few things we hadn't even thought of before. Read on at your own risk, and consider brushing up on your pleases and thank-yous before ordering your next vodka-soda with lime.
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As a bartender, I could never date someone who was a bad tipper. If you can afford to be out, you can afford to tip.
I work as a bartender and people don
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I work as a bartender and I have to wear a really low cut shirt and makeup as part of my uniform, my job makes me feel really objectified but it
I am tired of being a bartender and it takes all my self control to not throw people
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As a bartender, I can
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The worst thing about being a bartender is working on a Saturday night while my friends party
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The best part about being a bartender is watching people go from being sober and quiet to drunk and dumb. And of course, drinking on the job. Work is never boring.
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as a bartender i also take on the roles of a counselor, adviser, love expert, a bestfriend and a dish washer
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After working as a bartender, I
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