In my experience it's best to leave them to it, don't get involved and find a quiet bar somewhere else. You can listen to the tales of woe the next day
Lording it in WSL
would have looked to the bar manager to sort it out.. drunken women acting in this way can sometimes be a catalyst for much broader problems as soon as any challenge/confrontation of their behavior happens, with people wading in from everywhere and I have certainly seen women act in this way because they know that there is little or no physical danger to themselves - an acquaintance of mine years ago went through a period of throwing drinks over blokes, and we just left her eventually as it inevitably ended up with us, her male "friends" being in the eye of a storm that was of her making..
Did you throw anything back?
I thought that actually BEING DRUNK in a bar in OZ was illegal? Not getting drunk but being drunk, in which case the bar manager/owner or plod should be able to sort this out very easily.
Simon Jordan, "Palace could be the Manchester United of the South" - That is why I love having the gypsies as our rivals
This is how you deal with the little whippersnappers
" It's a certain kind of fool that likes to hear the sound of his own voice"
The Eagles - Certain Kind of Fool. Desperado
In my opinion some young mouthy girls deserve a good slap nowadays, I wouldn't think twice about hitting a women if she assaulted me for no reason.
Equal rights and all that
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Nibble@Wrong-Direction is one of the biggest idiots on this board.