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Bartender : You already closed out your tab. Customer : No I didn't. Bartender : Yeah, you did, check your pocket. Customer : I didn't sign anything. Bartender : Oh, oh, oh, wait, no. No you didn't, I'm sorry. Customer : Oh, I get it. (motions to another guy at bar) Two asian guys, right? --Union Pool Alsome | Thumbs up | Thumbs down | Link · Email · Quote this! · Del.
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