All in, Please

Bartender Explains What Different "Angel Shots" Mean And How Ordering One  Can Save Someone From A Bad Situation | Bored Panda

Why isn’t this sign in every lady’s room?

The original “Ask for Angela” campaign started in 2016 in England and is known here in the U.S. as The Angel Shot. The way it works is simple if a customer asks for an Angela or an Angel Shot they feel unsafe in some way. The staff can respond by helping them to leave the place safely, or even by removing another customer who is making the person feel uncomfortable.

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I am Woman (too)

Helen Reddy Quote: “I am woman, hear me roar.” (9 wallpapers) - Quotefancy

I am always surrounded by women. Most of them are my customers, my students, my friends and neighbors. The last months I have met more women than ever before. I had dipped my toes into charity work, and it turns out to be as infectious as they had warned me about.

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Help is on its way~!

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I grew up with the words “if you are ever lost or in trouble, try to find a policeman” and it made sense to me. We had two policemen in our small village, one was an Italian Carabinieri, the other one an Austrian Gendarm. Both didn’t have too much to do, nothing dramatic ever happened, at least nothing that I can recall. Continue reading

Do I take it or leave it?


“Advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but wish we didn’t.” ~Erica Jong

A lot of people gave me lots of advice in my life, especially when I was younger. Some suggestions were welcomed, others not so much. Over the years I learned to sort them into two piles “good”, meaning it’s worth thinking about it and “bad”, meaning not worth the trouble.

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