Most Helpful Girl
I mean, it depends on what you mean by this question.
On myself? Hell naw. I don't drink (although I LOVE going out and partying), so, even if I'm out all night -- pre-party + party + afterparty, kinda thing -- my total bill for drinks will still be under $20. Diet Coke what what. (A lot of the time it's $0 plus tips to the bartenders who keep refilling mah waters.)
On other people? Yah, sure. Three of my 4 brothers drink -- hard, when they do -- so, when we all went out together last year the week before Christmas and I volunteered to pay the whole round, it added up to a couple hun.
Clubs are a whole 'nother thing, too... lol. I've been at tables with groups that literally make it rain champagne (champagne trains and all that).
I remember a couple of summers ago, in Vegas, on one of the fight nights, when I was hanging out with one of my clients-turned-friends and his group, when the club literally made a giant jeroboam of champagne descend from the ceiling. Like, literally, lowered that shit down onto the table with a gigantic hydraulic mechanism. hahah #ishityounot The total bill for that night was definitely EASILY into the 5-figure range. Might have even pushed the 6-figure threshold, I dunno.0
Most Helpful Guy
I had never spent that much at a bar before. I'd only spend that much if I feel I should such as inviting multiple friends out to drink and if it's their birthday or something like a special occasion. I wouldn't spend that much regularly and I don't like to drink at a bar on my own.0