In the poll of 2,000 people, others owned up to claiming to have forgotten their wallet, letting everyone else into the pub first so they get to the bar ahead of them and drinking slowly so someone else gets up to buy the next round
Though I'm demented by folk fighting to buy the next round
, when it's obvious everyone's had enough.
To save money they think, 'Let's just not buy the next round
So a second way they can save money, they think, is 'Let's just not buy the next round
Midshipman 3rd Class Stephen Honan isn't offering to buy the next round
Spoof was originally a pub game, traditionally used to decide who would buy the next round
The men who had been drinking for at least four hours, had been arguing over who would buy the next round
Emmerson notes that the twist off caps reveal the classic American game "Rock, Paper, Scissors" to help consumers resolve pressing concerns--like who will buy the next round
Speaking before yesterday's announcement, Fijian Rugby Union chief executive Pio Bosco Tikoisuva said: 'People talk about it as a charity match, a whip-round in the pub to help buy the next round
Actually it will be Price's turn to buy the next round
For the US there were no boundaries with 15 percent admitting they'd consider blackmailing the boss and 26 percent prepared to buy the next round
of drinks for a year
COMMITMENTS star Dick Massey has revealed how U2 rock god Bono never lets anyone buy the next round
She even said losers would have to buy the next round
of drinks, it was claimed.
Indeed, such is the band's interest in talking to our brothers from a different universe, much of this, particularly First Memorable Conversation with a Chimera, sounds like two Smash aliens squabbling over who's going to buy the next round
of space booze.
When Mike gets up to buy the next round
of drinks, the female half of the couple next to me leans over and says, `Excuse me, I hate doing this, but my friend really fancies yours.