That is: Don’t try to pick up women like other guys do. Plus, you will have more power and control over the relationship should one develop.
So when I saw e Harmony's article this week on reasons to date a bartender, I was, of course, delighted, but felt someone owed it to the world to balance out this sage advice from a website that results in 5 percent of all marriages in a country with the world's highest divorce rate. 15 Reasons NOT to date a bartender 1: You will not see them.
5: Other women will hit on them and they will reciprocate under the guise that all bartenders need to be "professionally single." 6: On a sunny day, when you wish to frolic in the park, they will be hidden in a sweaty pit of duvet moaning in pain at the sunshine creeping through the window like the vampires of old.
7: Face facts, your mother is not going to be pleased.
The stigma that bartenders are players who aim for quantity over quality, except for the ones who are twenty five and younger, is generally not true.
Just because we live an alternative lifestyle, a lifestyle that enables us the ability to meet many members of the opposite sex, does not mean that we don’t want that special someone to spend our alone time with, and unfortunately a great deal of the non-industry employed public finds this hard to believe.“You told me that you had to flirt, that it was part of your job.