You’ve been at work all day. Maybe at the office, maybe at the worksite, maybe you’ve been walking around, but it’s happy hour and it’s time for you to sit and have a beverage. Sitting’s the key cause standing’s for chumps, but you can’t just sit anywhere.
The floor may look inviting, but if you’re in a nice bar it’ll be frowned upon and if you’re in a dive bar you probably don’t want anything but the bottom of your shoes touching the floor. And when you leave that place, you’ll probably wanna burn those shoes before you get home.
The pub you’re in my have a statue that may be enticing to sit on, but be careful. Statues are expensive and may not be strong enough to hold your weight, then you’re on the hook for paying for it (and I’m totally not speaking from experience here).
So here are the top 3 places to sit when you’re in a pub:
3. A chair.
Tried, tested, and true. If you wanna sit, sit on a chair. Pretty simple but pretty boring. I mean there’s nothing wrong with it, I guess. It’s the practical choice, but practical doesn’t get you number one on this list.
2. A Stool.
Traditional pub seating. When you think bar, you think bar stool. But it’s a little cliché. I mean if you want water, would you drink it out of a glass? It’s 2016. You’d drink that water out of a mason jar. Solid choice but not number one.
1. A Booth.
Of course it’s a booth. When you sit in a half booth and you’re friend or date decides to sit on the booth side and you’re left with a chair or a stool, you kinda hate them a little. They just took the booth side? Without offering it to you? Or even aksing what side you’d rather have. They’re the worst ‘cause not sitting in a booth is the worst.