I politely told that guy to go outside or I was going to remove him on my own.
My co-workers and I had a really rough day yesterday and we went to the bar when work was over. We spent most of the day in Lansing working on an HVAC installation job. The owner of the Lansing home watched us work the whole day. He set up a chair in the garage and didn’t move except one or two times to probably use the bathroom or get a drink. It was one of the most uncomfortable situations that I have ever had to work through. We tried to tell the guy that we were professionals and we wouldn’t miss anything. The guy I rolled his eyes and continued to watch us work on the HVAC installation. When my coworkers and I finished with the Lansing job, we went to one of our favorite bars to watch the Cubs play. I was sitting at the bar with a beer in my hand when a guy behind me bumped into me and Spilled my beer. He nearly chipped my tooth with the bottle because he was not being careful. I was already aggravated from my day of work and I did not want to deal with a preppy frat guy and his attitude. When he started talking about the Chicago Bears, I finally had enough. I politely told that guy to go outside or I was going to remove him on my own. I meant business and I wasn’t going to budge. The guy started laughing, and I stood up from my chair at the bar. He backed away and put up his hands and defense. Maybe I was just being touchy, but nobody’s going to give me a hard time about the Cubs or the Bears.