What the hell (unrelated to previous what the hell thread)

  • mcwclewis

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    Feb 28, 2010 8:02 AM GMT
    So i've been kind of sort of seeing this guy named Brian for a couple weeks. His older brother is a bouncer at the bar I work at.



    I had a guy tonight order a drink and hand me Brians ID.


    WHAT THE HELL!?

    I mean really... his brother works there, why would you think that would work?

    Besides the fact that I clearly knew who's ID it was, and the kid tried to argue with me that it was him.

    This is what I get for working in a dance club, I guess.


    I also had a girl who looked 16 hand me an old, cracked, sun-bleached Arizona ID that said she was 31. I laughed my ass off. The thing was practically written in heiroglyphics on papyrus for how old it was.
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    Feb 28, 2010 1:01 PM GMT
    Isn't this a right of passage for teens? Although much more difficult to get away with in this day-in-age.

    I remember back in early 70's (my younger days) you could get fake IDs from the flee market. It worked flawlessly but then again those were different times.
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    Feb 28, 2010 2:52 PM GMT
    Not to drink? lmfao icon_lol.gif

    Besides, why go to a bar to try buying alcohol and get carded when you can just go to a house party for all the free punch you could want?

    "Underage" drinking happens. Take it from me, teens have absolutely no patience for the "do as I say, not as I do" line because it's bullshit.
  • Tiran

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    Feb 28, 2010 4:34 PM GMT
    I worked in a liquor store for a couple of years while I was in college. I IDed a kid, and when I looked at the ID it was a guy I knew fairly well from some of my classes. The kid looked enough like him, he was probably a brother or cousin, but I laughed and said "You aren't Kevin Whatever." He looked stunned, grabbed the ID and ran. His friends stood there giving me a stunned look.
  • kietkat

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    Feb 28, 2010 4:41 PM GMT
    JW61 saidIsn't this a right of passage for teens? Although much more difficult to get away with in this day-in-age.

    I remember back in early 70's (my younger days) you could get fake IDs from the flee market. It worked flawlessly but then again those were different times.


    lol rite of passage... not all of us were idiot teenagers trying to booze it up icon_cool.gif
  • jrs1

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    Feb 28, 2010 5:18 PM GMT
    mcwclewis saidWHAT THE HELL!?

    what the hell? I dun told you ... I ain't singin' fo' you; no



    oh, no you didn't try to pass orff a fake idea on me ...



    this is ma' angry face ... BETCH ...

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    Mar 01, 2010 2:41 AM GMT
    Thank goodness for being in a country where 20 year olds still look like 16 such that no one actually cares to check ages... except in 'americanized' bars. And then again there's the thing where legal drinking for us begins at 18 not 21.
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    Mar 01, 2010 2:44 AM GMT
    Ah ha I used my brothers ID when I was in school before I turned 21 and got busted by one of his friends who was a bartender. My brother and I went to the same college. Oooops.