The Right Bar

The Right Bar In a bar that looks like it was taken straight out of a Hollywood movie, four Japanese tourists come in. They shuffle around and obviously already had a few to drink and seem really happy about it. Three of them order more alcohol but the fourth, who looks the most drunk of them all, struggles to get up on his stool. He almost falls on his back but is helped up by the bartender and is finally seated on a shorter plastic chair.

“I’m sorry,” he blurts.

“It’s alright, you don’t have to say sorry,” the bartender says, gently as if talking to his son. “You came to the right bar.”

Then the Japanese man props his head on the high stool and falls asleep.