bar. Sunday , December 03rd , 2017 - 12:13:17 PM
Durability is a major concern in a bar. Be sure the bar stools and any other seating are heavy enough not to tip over easily when people get up. They should also be strong enough to hold 500 pounds without breaking. Heavy people drink too. Sometimes bar stools wear as they get older. Be sure to check the furniture before opening each night to make sure the furniture isnt splintering. The bar itself should be easily wiped clean and resistant to stains, gouges, and scratches. Stone countertops such as marble or granite are an excellent choice for that reason. Wood counters are also beautiful, but may not hold up as well. Metal is cold, and not in a good way. Cool marble or granite may cost more upfront, but are well worth it. Synthetic marble or even Formica can be used, but Formica will need to be replaced eventually. Natural stone is forever. Floor coverings should not be slippery. A dark colored carpet that is easily cleaned is ideal.
The moveable dance floor holds up to four dancers. After setting Barbies legs into the removable plastic holders, your princess will turn the dance floor handle to spin and turn Barbie. The working elevator carries one passenger at a time and moves between the first and second floors.
It does not have to be this way. The first thing you have to realize is that you are not going to master the bar scene in one weekend. So you have got to commit to going out every weekend and even during the week to get this handled. There is no way around this. Unless you are consistently opening women and groups of women every single weekend until you no longer have issues with the bar scene, you are not going to get very far. So once you make a commitment, now you have got to see the bar scene for what it really is. Women go there to get validation, to get attention from men, and have a good time. Men go there to hook up. It is really that simple.
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