It’s Irregardless

I’m behind the bar, cleaning dishes, my fellow bartender is helping a customer. He’s a regular, I know him, kind of on the dramatic side.

I overhear their conversation, they’re talking about their money transaction. Seems to be a bit of confusion.

So it’s two for $8? Well, the dirty martini is $6. The other is $5. Or you can pay the $6, and $8 for the two, I give you a ticket. He says, regardless, I want to give you $5 tip.

I say, with a martini glass in my hand, it’s irregardless.

He says, irregardless? Is that right? Have I been saying it wrong the whole time?

I love messing with people.

-Clint Curtis


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