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Bwog still fondly remembers repeatedly smacking our friend under the booth table as an older patron waxed poetic on the time he agreed to a deal to go down on a man to have sex with his lady friend, all in the 1020 bathroom.  It would appear, however, that this time of glory is officially […]

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Valentine’s Day is fast approaching but don’t fret: the lovely people over at Columbia Bartending Agency are here to make you come…to the bar.  Experience something special – you can do it yourself or find someone to do it for you.  Here we have a drink to make you blush while ordering, and leave your […]

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