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BARTENDER | Cory Emmerling, 34

WHAT | The Barrel Sports Bar & Grill

QUESTION | What is the best thing to do along the Grand Strand in the winter?

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ANSWER | Have bonfires with your friends and drink beers.

How long did it take for you to grow the beard?

Two-and-a-half months.

What made you grow it?

Someone said they could grow one better than me. I could chalk it up to laziness, too.

Do the ladies love it?

I haven't had any complaints.

How many tattoos do you have?

One giant one, one medium one and one little one.

Which one is the most meaningful?

The tattoo of my last name...Because I'm the last one.

What's the craziest thing you've ever seen at a bar?

I had a woman put her tits on the pool table while I was trying to shoot the 8-ball.

Did it work?

She made me miss.

Would you rather have a woman with large tatas or a tight ass?

Definitely an ass. One hundred percent. I've always been told more than a mouthful is a waste.

How long does it take you to remember the regulars' drinks?

After I meet them. I never forget a face.

Aside from pool, what is another good occasion for hitting balls?

Going to the batting cages.

What's the best part about working at The Barrel?

The people.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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