Dr. Dotto S. Blotto wrote:the Renaissance Hotel bar (formerly Stouffers) in Cleveland.
H.P. Loveshaft wrote:Recently I got wind that an ex-girlfriend of mine was in town from the east coast to see family, and had tread unbeknownst into the land of My Regular. Now this particular ex is a bit of ancient history, like 5+ years ago, but she did some pretty unforgiveable shit, and I hold onto a grudge like a snapping turtle holds onto a crippled muskrat. Now being that she doesn't know I'm a fixture at the establishment I figured I'd give her the benefit of the doubt and provide subtle clues as to why this is not neutral territory.
Similarly, a year and a half ago when I was off loaded by another treacherous harpy, she had the sand to show up at MY bar, you know, the one I had been going to a couple years before we met and the one she always got pissed off at me for wanting to go hang out with just the guys once a week over. This act of overt aggression would not stand, so I explained my situation to the manager and he brought them both over empty glasses, saying it was from "that guy over there". (she had been bitchy with this manager on a couple of previous occasions, so I believe he got a kick out of it) Apparently she and her bog-hag friend got the clue and left after finishing their drink. A lengthy and rather one sided phone conversation, fueled by my having gone to 11 at said disputed bar, reiterated under no negotiable terms was she to return to MY bar. No sightings have been reported, despite a verbal defiance that she might go where she pleases.
Anyone else have any "custody disputes" over drinking establishments after a break up? How many bars does one think they have claim to as "their bar" after a split? (I say depending on the size of the town 1-3, also taking into consideration frequency of patronage) Anyone have any interesting neutral ground run ins?
Negromancer wrote: But I know for a fact that her lovelife is among lovelives what Moldova is amongst other european countries...
the green fairy wrote:I worked at a bar, dated a guy that came in, then we broke up.
He had been coming to the bar before I worked there, but I still see it as my bar because it was my source of employment.
That and all the bartenders were on my side when he showed up loaded with another girl about a week after we'd broken up. It was a pretty messy situation.
the green fairy wrote:all the bartenders were on my side when he showed up loaded with another girl about a week after we'd broken up. It was a pretty messy situation.
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