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BARTENDER | Shayne Nott, 34

WHERE | Mulligan’s Sports Bar & Restaurant

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    Piece of Ass (Southern Comfort, Amaretto, Triple Sec, sour mix, orange juice, cranberry juice, Sprite)

QUESTION | Does your signature drink (Piece of Ass) work better for the person buying the shot or drinking the shot?

ANSWER | Both of them. It could compensate both.

If you could get a mulligan for one thing in your life, what would it be? Not bartending. I’m burnt out.

What would you do instead? Be a teacher for pre-K through fourth grade.

Being a bartender, don’t you feel like you already deal with Pre-K though fourth graders? Adult daycare - yes. I feel like a therapist. Politics and religion are things I don’t touch anywhere.

What is your Christmas wish this year? Snow! I would love for it to snow on Christmas.

You realize to snow it has to be in the low 30s or below… do you deal well with cold weather? No...just for Christmas! Then it has to warm back up.

What’s your favorite Christmas tradition? Putting up the Christmas tree ornaments.

Are you a ham or a turkey family during Christmas? Ham and turkey.

Who traditionally carves the turkey? The men.

Who typically wins the wish bone? My daughter usually gets that now.

Are you on the naughty or nice list this year? Nice.

Who are you going to give a lump of coal to this year? Every one of my customers.

Have you ever received a lump of coal from Santa? No, but my daughter has… for being naughty.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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