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Updated on Tuesday, February 4

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QUESTION: What do you consider to be a large sum of pocket money? Because I swear people spend $80 at the bar each night.

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  1. I can believe it, but that's kinda nuts. I try to keep my booze consumption costs under $100/mo... I can't even imagine a nice dinner at that price dropped casual-like.

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  2. I don't go out often but my spending habits at the bar are pretty excessive when I do go out. If I go to a bar that prices like pearl or higher I can spend 80 easy usually will break 100. At bars that price like phils, it's around 40-50 bucks. I don't usually buy drinks for others either so it's bad for one night of drinking but not that bad if you don't go out multiple times a month

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    1. You'd have to be binge drinking like crazy to rack up that kind of tab on your own. That's not healthy, man.

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    2. Yeah, I don't pre that hard. Just enough for a good buzz then shell it out at the bar. Bad for me health and wallet

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  3. co-op + 50% off tuition, baby

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  4. I don't even understand how this is possible. I bring like $10 (5 for cover, 5 maybe for a drink/cab). Pre-drinking all the way!

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    1. Same! I'm not wasting my money on some watered down shot.

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    2. ^ bars dont "water down" shots. if you order a shot, it's whatever comes out of the same bottle you would buy at the lcbo. anything else would be illegal.

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    3. @4b yeah because everyone follows the laws

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    4. lol you mean the same bar owners that I buy coke from? yeah bull shit they don't water their drinks down

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  5. Usually go to bars with my 3 roommates, we just order 4 pitchers throughout the night and take turns buying them. Never spend more than 20 at a bar.

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  6. $20, its called pre-drinking

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  7. Lmfao at cheap faggots here. If youre going out, bring at least 40 bucks. You don't have to spend it, but you need money for cover/cab/just in case.

    At a minimum even if you pre drink the shit out of life, youre gonna need 2-3 drinks to keep the night going, and why wouldnt you treat your best friends to a round. They do the same thing, so no one really comes ahead or behind, but its the thought that counts and makes the night all the more enjoyable. Plus, tipping becomes more reasonable as a %, because tipping 2.50 on 17.50 worth of drinks is better than tipping 1 buck on a 4 dollar drink or something.

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    1. Stop talking like you know shit you fuck boi

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    2. You, sir, must be made of money. Most people can't afford to drop $40 for a night out (that's 4 hours at a minimum wage job!).

      It's not called "cheap" it's being economical. I would rather bring less money and not be tempted to spend it on a stupid drunk night out.

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  8. I don't go to the bar.

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    1. No one was asking you.

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  9. I have a budget of $100-$150 on "trivial stuff" every month, which would include alcohol, concert & movie tickets, clothes, books, music, etc. Some people do seem to have a much larger budget for this that I do...

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