A well dressed man walks into a bar just before last call…

…and shuffles up to the bartender. Clearly already drunk, he says, “Pour me, you, and everybody in here a shot and put it on my tab.”

The bartender gets done serving everyone and pours a shot for himself since the place is closing. As everyone else leaves, he brings the bill to the well dressed man, who can barely lift his head long enough to say, “I don’t have a nickel to pay.”

The bartender is mad, because he knows the owner will make him pay for all the shots he just poured, cutting into the money had made on a busy night. Wanting to teach the guy a lesson, he grabs the well dressed man by his collar, smacks him around, and tosses him out the front door, shouting, “Don’t come back without any money.”

The next night, just before last call, the same well dressed man stumbles up to the bartender. He slurs the words, “Pour me, you, and everyone in here a shot and put itnon my tab.”

The bartender is skeptical, but he figures the guy has to remember the beating he got and wouldn’t make the same mistake twice. He pours the man and everyone their last shot, as well as one for himself, and then brings the well dressed man the bill. After burping, the man says, “I don’t have a nickel to pay.”

The bartender is furious. He pulls the man off his stool, drags him to the front door, and kicks him right in the gut before tossing him out on the street. Before slamming the door, he yells, “This time I mean it, don’t come back without any money.”

Next night, the same man, just before last call, stumbles up to the bar. The bartender has his arms across his chest, with no intention of serving the well dressed man. “What’ll it be this time?” he asks. The well dressed man lifts a finger and says, “Pour me and everyone in here a shot and put it on my tab.”

The bartender hesitates. “Hey, what happened to my shot?” he asks. The well dressed man looks up at him and says, “You don’t get one. You’re violent when you drink.”

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