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  • ross1948 00:03 on October 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , ladies nights, men's nights, misteri jakarta   

    Misteri Jakarta – Where’s the Gents’ Night? 

    Well, it’s been a long day, mildly frustrating because that carpenter did show up but had failed accurately to measure the length of wood required…

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    …so he sloped off again, till tomorrow morning – another early start, alas.

    Despite my residual flu, i was determined not to waste the day, so I smsed and was gratified that the recipient of my texted invitation was free for some serious cooking…


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    ….and ironing.

    Our lovely capital city has many attractions, not least the ‘Ladies Nights’ that are a feature of many big hotels and bars.




    I was reminded of these a while ago when some idiot in Austria started whining about a ‘ladies night’ event being discriminatory!

    Ladies’ Nights ‘Unfair to Men!’ Seriously! 

    The clown was obviously oblivious to the fact that, although it’s the gals who get their drinks free…


    …the evening is ultimately beneficial to guys, who can haul their idle butts off the sofa, switch off the tv and head for the bar in question, secure in the knowledge that it will be positively TEEMING with chicks.

    These vary immensely in quality and provenance, one dead posh hotel near the old British Embassy building attracting busloads of Blok M slappers who, having failed to find rewarding companionship in their usual haunts, use those little white mini-buses that run north up Sudirman to try their in the ? Bar.

    I won’t identify it – everybody here knows where I’m talking about!

    At the same time, plenty of very respectable ladies drop by too, partly for the free cocktails, but also because they like the idea of meeting affluent foreigners with a view to a ‘deep and meaningful relationship!’

    But talking to a foreign fellow the other day, at a posh bar not far from that mentioned, I heard again the Jakarta urban legend, of a hotel bar with a men’s night, where blokes get free or discounted drinks!

    Assuming it’s not a shirt-lift-fest…


    …the logical corollary of what I’ve written above is that hordes of lovely ladies descend in order to take their pick of  the assembled freebie-swillers.

    This seems to me inherently improbable, as women don’t really like drunks…

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    …and exposure to a bar offering unlimited discount drink will render many men incapable, of chat or anything else!

    But one never knows.

    Has anyone actually ever chanced upon this terra incognita?



  • ross1948 15:03 on November 23, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , equal rights act, ladies nights, , ,   

    Ladies’ Nights ‘Unfair to Men!’ Seriously! 

    So much lunacy to contend with, and how to outdo the tale of the nutty redskin yesterday?
    There’s a Swede millionaire who has banned bacon from all the many hotels he owns…
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    …boycott, please!
    I tend to think bacon ought to be compulsory for breakfast, at least.

    Then I  stumbled on WHO’s latest bizarre BS – salami and ham were placed on the “bad food” list in a study by the World Health Organisation (WHO), published on Monday, as being causes of cancer..   Salami causes cancer’: WHO’s telling porkies?


    UN food-fascism now?
    Telling the world to lay off super-yummy delights?
    For pity’s sakes. Is nothing sacred?

    But all that hogwash PALED into insignificance in comparison to the imbecility of Austria’s ombudsman.



    Well, OF COURSE THEY BLOODY DO! That’s why they’re called LADIES’ NIGHTS.

    What’s particularly horrid is that it looks like this Alpine sticky-beak was prompted to cause trouble by MEN complaining about the fine phenomenon…. men saying they were never the ones to benefit from such offers financially.

    Musta been poofters.

    Normal men fully grasp that Ladies’ Nights are held for men’s benefit – the idea being that you attract hordes of chicks by offering cheap or gratis grog, thus providing guys with a vast reservoir of nubile prey.



    Alas, Herr Schtiki-Beek can enforce his moronic conclusion because, regrettably, Austria has a damfool law called the Equal Treatment Act – which paves the way for men to sue a nightclub for damages if they believe they have been discriminated against.

     How pathetic!

    Mind you, the feeble and fatuous efforts by the clubs and bars to fight back almost deserve the Orrible Ombudsman’s killjoy cr#p ruling.

    Even ‘equal rights lawyer’ Ines Grabner-Drews saw through the appeasement drivel – ‘it is unlikely that companies in the entertainment and leisure sector are really concerned about equal pay” and that the real motivation behind Ladies’ Nights is to attract more women to nightclubs, which helps draw in more men.

    YES, and WHY NOT?

    It’s fun, and now it’s been stopped by grimnasties who hate fun. No more free drinks for gals, and guys no longer able to aspire to their paradisical nocturnal ideal..


    …shooting fish in a barrel.


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