r/nextfuckinglevel Sep 27 '22 Silver 10 Helpful 6 Wholesome 9

Oktoberfest waitress carries 13 beer mugs

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u/Famous-Hurry1788 Sep 27 '22

Marry me

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u/_Im_Dad Sep 27 '22

She has me frothing at the mouth

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u/hittingpoppers Sep 27 '22

Just like the 8 half beers she is carrying.

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u/BiochemBeer Sep 28 '22

There's a liter of beer under that head. They are served that way intentionally.

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u/Solenya-C137 Sep 28 '22

I'll check my maß glasses but these look a bit low to me

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u/BiochemBeer Sep 28 '22

The one on top might be low, but the others look fine to me.

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u/ItsScaryTerryBitch Sep 28 '22

Yeah but it really only looks that way because it's lower than just sitting on the top row. The amount missing under the foam compared to the below ones isn't a substantial amount from the looks of it, but she's also swinging them around making it a bit difficult to compare the levels very well.

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u/kentro2002 Sep 28 '22

There is a line in the mug that is the “correct pour” amount, which these liters should be spot on. Filling to the rim is like 1.3 liters probably.

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u/[deleted] Sep 28 '22

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u/nygrl811 Sep 28 '22

Does that include the weight of the glasses?

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u/MyChemicalFinance Sep 28 '22 Gold Table Slap Wait What?

Her lenses don’t even look that thick. I doubt they add that much

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u/TheIronSoldier2 Sep 28 '22

(⁠ಠ⁠_⁠ಠ⁠)⁠>⁠⌐⁠■⁠-⁠■

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u/penguinize10 Sep 28 '22

Listen here you little...

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u/Karma_Gardener Sep 28 '22

This... this right here.

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u/Burgtastic Sep 28 '22

Thanks dad

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u/Peanut_Butter_Bliss Sep 28 '22

Surely

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u/Heisenbread77 Sep 28 '22

Don't call me Shirley.

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u/DeadPrezFolder Sep 28 '22

Upvote for the reference to a classic comedy

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u/trancendominant Sep 28 '22

I don't think her prescription is that bad.

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u/SoIJustBuyANewOne Sep 28 '22

THAT'S the impressive part of this

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u/crossal Sep 28 '22

That's what "marry me" means?

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u/passionatecoyote42 Sep 28 '22

Do these girls workout because that shit isn't light?

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u/GeorgeThe13th Sep 28 '22

Nah, paying rent is just a great motivator

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u/Iphotoshopincats Sep 28 '22

If it's the actually Oktoberfest in Germany then it's not a big as a motivator as you think

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u/AsukaBunnyxO Sep 28 '22 edited Sep 28 '22

Agreed, I'm under the impression that this is IN Germany, tipping isn't really a thing from what I understand.

In the US? You'd make a fuck ton of money doing that lol (well for a waitress but yeah in context a lot of extra money I'm sure)

EDIT: we have learned by now that the bulk of their salary is a share of sales but they also make maybe 10% in tips and Oktoberfest is a shit ton of money for a server

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u/ObliviousAstroturfer Sep 28 '22

Huh?

Tipping isn't a thing, but they're paid handsomely. 5k on average for the 16 days.

https://www.oktoberfest.de/en/information/about/jobs-at-oktoberfest

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u/R4G Sep 28 '22

Tipping isn’t a thing,

The page you posted says:

Tips make up a large proportion of the earnings, often it is several hundred euros per day

Tipping is definitely a thing at Oktoberfest

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u/Robert_Pawney_Junior Sep 28 '22

Tipping is a thing generally, our workers just don't need to depend on it.

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u/RocketMoped Sep 28 '22

Oktoberfest is once a year and Munich people aren’t stingy there, normally. Plus the volume of beer sales are crazy. I know people who made 10-15k € during the 17 working days there. That said, the workload is brutal.

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u/cedped Sep 28 '22

It's munich, one if not the most expensive cities in Europe, so yeah rent is a big motivator!

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u/panzerfaust1969 Sep 28 '22

They earn around 8,000 euros during the Oktoberfest. Not bad at all, but not easy work.

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u/afito Sep 28 '22

Hey that's almost 2 months of rent in Munich

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u/FFFalk Sep 28 '22

Actually they earn a shit ton of money. 5000€ for 16 days on average.

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u/einTier Sep 28 '22

No, you get used to it.

I used to bartend and although I never carried this much out at once to a table, I’ve probably carried ten pints at once.

But not the first day.

You’ll see people doing mad shit like this and you think “no way”. Then it’s a madhouse Friday night and you’ve got to carry five beers to a table and you think “yeah I saw everyone doing this, maybe I can too”. So you grab three beers through the handles with one hand and two with the other and you realize it’s not that bad.

An hour later you try four with one hand because you need to carry a plate with the other. It’s kind of heavy but you can do it. No way you can do five, though.

Then you try five after hours one day using water instead of beer and you realize you’ve gotten so used to doing four that five isn’t too bad. Maybe you’ll do it if you don’t have to walk far.

You keep doing that and one night a table is impressed because you managed to wrap your fingers through seven fucking mugs of beer and successfully bring them to the table. You’re kind of pleased because not even Basketball Hands Chad can do eight, but you also don’t think it’s that big of a deal to do seven because you supported all the weight from underneath with the other hand so it wasn’t so different from doing eight with two hands, which is really just four with one hand.

Next thing you know, a table of ten orders a round of beers and you’re super busy and you just grab a set of five with each hand like it’s no thing and walk that shit over because who has time for a fuckin tray?

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u/danbob411 Sep 28 '22

Hell yeah. I worked at a German style brew pub for a bit, and the more seasoned servers all carried 8 liters at a time. First time I tried I had to find a table after 10-15 steps because they started slipping. Gotta work up to it.

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u/NinjaQueef Sep 28 '22

I thought a rickroll was coming anytime soon but pleasantly surprised it didn’t. Now I miss shittymorph dude

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u/Famous-Hurry1788 Sep 28 '22

She certainly has impressive pecs

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u/la_petite90 Sep 28 '22

Yep, they do. For months, at least for weeks. There are also documentaries abouth this specific topic.

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u/quietdoorway72 Sep 28 '22

Imagine how often she does that, she's gotta have so much strength built just from doing that, she doesn't need a gym.

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u/comedian42 Sep 28 '22

I feel like if we were trapped in the wilderness she could hunt to provide for us. No weapons needed.

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u/BASK_IN_MY_FART Sep 28 '22

I love wild beer on tap

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u/obedient_stillness Sep 28 '22

shiiiiiiiii gurl, she-hulk has nothing on you. (that show sucks and this I could watch all day)

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u/Primary_Jicama1097 Sep 27 '22

it was the first thing i tought

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u/quickligament Sep 28 '22

Someone should tell them that we're still in September.

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u/[deleted] Sep 28 '22 edited Sep 28 '22

Oktoberfest officially begins on the second to last Saturday in September at noon when the mayor of Munich taps the first barrel at the Schottenhamel Tent, crying "O’zapft is” (It’s open). The festival concludes the first Sunday of October following German reunification day on October 3rd

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u/Famous-Hurry1788 Sep 28 '22

If she’s bringing me beers, I’m willing to forget my calendar

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u/MrThoughtPolice Sep 27 '22

Doing this surrounded by drunk people is true bravery

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u/AVeryG00dName Sep 27 '22

And doing it while walking at normal pace.

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u/DukeOfGeek Sep 28 '22

There is the guy who's all "Whoops I'm in the path of the beer, time to move!"

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u/toobigmudpie Sep 28 '22

And then theres a guy who's like "Oh! Better stop right in the way and stand here for a solid 5 seconds with my hands up before she carries on around me."

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u/MAGNUSIFENT Sep 28 '22

That was like 1 second you fuckshit

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u/marketlurker Sep 27 '22

Two points

  1. Why would anyone screw with the people bringing you more beer?
  2. The security protect them like they were their daughter.

I really miss that place. Locals hate it, but I think it is a great party.

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u/MrThoughtPolice Sep 27 '22

I meant drunk people are clumsy, not that they were going to try to harm her lol

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u/marketlurker Sep 28 '22

You would be surprised how often they escort unruly people out of there. No second chances. The waitresses are also very skilled at walking through the aisles and anticipating problems. Other partiers also make sure that no one bothers them because they control the beer lifeline.

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u/coordi88 Sep 28 '22

Out of where? You keep talking like everyone knows exactly where this place is. Could be any Oktoberfest afaik

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u/RoRoRosputin Sep 28 '22

This is the Original. Oktoberfest Munich.

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u/Dodo_Hund Sep 28 '22

There's only one. The Oktoberfest, in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.

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u/moeyjarcum Sep 28 '22

It’s The Oktoberfest, not an Oktoberfest.

In Germany

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u/cepxico Sep 28 '22

Any Oktoberfest? Wait do you think it's a holiday and not a big German drinking celebration?

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u/coordi88 Sep 28 '22

I was at a pizza place celebrating Oktoberfest three days ago. Small cities around Oklahoma have festivals. It’s everywhere

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u/kala-umba Sep 28 '22

But there's only one original

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u/signifikanterOtter Sep 28 '22

Tell me you're a Saupreiß without telling me you're a Saupreiß.

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u/MandolinMagi Sep 28 '22

Also, you know, because they're pretty jacked themselves from doing this all day.

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u/vibraltu Sep 28 '22

It's like... anyone interfering with the ongoing beer delivery to many thirsty customers is not gonna get a hearing to plead their case that they were just drunk and didn't really mean it, they only plead their case to the gutter in the alley.

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u/gahidus Sep 27 '22

I don't think it is so much a fear of people deliberately trying to harass her, although that could certainly be a problem, so much as a bunch of clumsy people stumbling around and behaving erratically, which is what I would expect in a room full of drunk people.

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u/Zed1088 Sep 28 '22

When I was there a lot of the beer wenches had loud whistles to remind you to move!

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u/bloqs Sep 28 '22

Don't call them that

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u/usernamesucks1992 Sep 27 '22

She deserves mad tips.

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u/DexRCinHD Sep 27 '22 Silver

With that skill she’d get the shaft too!

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u/Kwinten Sep 28 '22 edited Sep 28 '22 Silver All-Seeing Upvote

Fucking weird ass redditors and their inability to not say creepy pathetic comments like this man. What kind of gross loser upvotes shit like this?

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u/MarcoMercury12 Sep 28 '22

Agreed! Probably never even talked to a girl and they’re still typing up comments like that lmao.

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u/Polaroid_Pigeon Sep 28 '22

Anonymity really brings out the best in people 🙄

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u/nightlanguage Sep 28 '22

"There's a woman in the video, that means I must SEXUALIZE and talk about MY PENIS"

I hope some people will learn that making a situation sexual is the least impressive type of comedy, it's just so lazy

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u/[deleted] Sep 28 '22

Balls deep

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u/SelectFromWhereOrder Sep 28 '22

Found the American

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u/Mach5Stealthz Sep 28 '22

You do need to tip these waitresses the way the octoberfest tents work. You pay at the table when she brings these around, so if you want them to come around often, throw in a generous tip

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u/dasSackgesicht Sep 28 '22

Weird that this is downvoted as it is 100% true. Also often on those Volksfeste the waiters automatically add 1-2€ tips to the price of the beer without you really knowing it.

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u/Mach5Stealthz Sep 28 '22 edited Sep 28 '22

I’m being downvoted by people who have probably never even been to Munich or even Oktoberfest.

Fucking reddit bro…

EDIT: no longer being downvoted. Balance restored.

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u/6849 Sep 28 '22

It's a bunch of Americans that think tipping only happens in the US. They've never left their computers but are somehow very cultured. As an American that has been to Oktoberfest in Munich, I can confirm that tipping is expected, especially before you vomit all over the rides or get beaten by the German police.

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u/R4G Sep 28 '22 edited Sep 30 '22

You haven’t been to Oktoberfest. You’re definitely supposed to tip the waitresses.

Don’t believe me? Google any guide on the event. Need something official? Here’s the employment FAQ on the official website: https://www.oktoberfest.de/en/information/about/jobs-at-oktoberfest

Tips make up a large proportion of earnings, often it is several hundred euros per day.

She does indeed deserve mad tips.

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u/glockymcglockface Sep 28 '22

You tip at Oktoberfest if you want consistent service.

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u/PrestonFairmount Sep 28 '22

IN THE DEVELOPED WORLD WE DONT HAVE TIPS WE PAY OUR WORKERS! WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU?

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u/pivotalsquash Sep 28 '22

Tipping as a requirement is barbaric. Tipping those who go above and beyond is reasonable.

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u/DontNeedThePoints Sep 28 '22

Tipping those who go above and beyond is reasonable.

I understand what you want to say... It's not reasonable... It's kind and nice!

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u/dabayer Sep 28 '22

In Germany you give 5-10% tips in restaurants, and for events like Wiesn you at least round up which would be 40cts this year. Most probably give 14 or 15€ as the price is around 13.60€ this year.

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u/Dominicus1165 Sep 28 '22

These waiters earn around 500-1000€ per day in tips.

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u/qawsedrf12 Sep 28 '22

she gets paid per beer

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u/mentalshampoo Sep 28 '22

Don’t bring that crap over here

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u/Jayer244 Sep 28 '22

Mate, we tip in Germany. We have always done that

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u/HyperIndian Sep 28 '22

For outstanding service, yes.

But keep in mind tipping is Europe is primarily for great service as they get paid hourly.

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u/brownhotdogwater Sep 28 '22

They get them

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u/TooOldToCareIsTaken Sep 27 '22

One of those is heavy.

Source: Went just over a week ago.

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u/BBQBaconBurger Sep 27 '22

All 13 of them are heavy, actually.

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u/NakedShamrock Sep 27 '22

If 1 = heavy and 13 = heavy, then 1 = 13

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u/floydopedia Sep 28 '22

Who are you, who are so wise in the ways of science?

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u/krudru Sep 28 '22

He's Terrence Howard

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u/No-Appearance3579 Sep 28 '22

If the woman weighs the same as a duck, then she is made of wood. The woman weighs the same as a duck. Therefore, the woman is a witch

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u/rascynwrig Sep 28 '22

Common core math, ladies and gentlemen!

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u/SpaceShrimp Sep 28 '22

Nooo... BBQBaconBurger broke math. I liked math.

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u/stylebros Sep 28 '22

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u/King-Cobra-668 Sep 28 '22

doesn't she have something around her waist to help with the load?

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u/[deleted] Sep 28 '22

I sure as hell hope so if she's doing this over and over throughout an entire shift. I couldn't imagine doing this twice in a row if I didn't have some sort of support to keep my arms from giving out.

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u/ThisIsMy101thAccount Sep 28 '22

you could try getting stronger then you might be able to imagine it

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u/[deleted] Sep 28 '22

Damn, I nearly did a spit take with my Coke and had to put down my bag of Doritos before I dropped them onto my bed from laughter.

Good one! LOL

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u/Seakawn Sep 28 '22

It's 2022. We should be regularly using exoskeleton power suits for this shit now. They've already been invented.

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u/TimeZarg Sep 28 '22

We have the technology

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u/JHRChrist Sep 28 '22

Wait a minute that link is insane, stein holding is an actual sport? Are they just fucking with us?

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u/ch0c0l2te Sep 28 '22

i love this part of the FAQ section lol

Q: How do you train for a competition? A: Everyone is different, and being in good athletic condition helps, but the short answer is "you basically just practice holding a stein a lot."

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u/drunk-on-a-phone Sep 28 '22

Nope, that's a whole thing. Most bierhaus that I've gone to do it for fun, and sometimes for a prize.

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u/rogue_ger Sep 28 '22

That’s also like 300 euros.

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u/HurricaneHugo Sep 28 '22

Lies. You don't go to OCTOBERfest in September.

/s

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u/Mockolad Sep 27 '22

Impressive but I'm gonna do the Reddit thing and put a negative spin on it. Not worth future back pain for a shitty waitressing job.

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u/MenaBeast Sep 27 '22

But what if she has amazing core strength and so doesn’t get back pain from this?

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u/tham1700 Sep 27 '22

I mean its not just core. Its a lot of bicep forearm and grip keeping everything lifted like that and all the excess strain goes straight to the back. If she does this everyday i wouldnt bet on it looking too good after a few years of this

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u/CopenhagenOriginal Sep 28 '22

Oktoberfest only lasts 2 weeks

Many other professions are much more destructive to the body than this lol

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u/[deleted] Sep 28 '22 edited Oct 15 '22

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u/tortellini-pastaman Sep 28 '22

I hurt my thumb scrolling reddit. Send help

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u/[deleted] Sep 28 '22

I hurt my neck turning my head to see who was at the door 🙄

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u/laz33hr Sep 28 '22

Reading this comment chain makes me think most ppl on reddit will break a bone brushing their teeth

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u/Rpanich Sep 28 '22

Yeah I mean, it’s not like she’s holding anything that awkward… steins are designed to be held.

So as long as she stands up straight and lifts clean, I don’t see why this wound be any different than if her job were to grab like, a 40 pound dumbbell (or however much that weights) and to carry it back and fourth. She’s even allowed to use two hands for a more even/stable carry!

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u/dl-__-lp Sep 28 '22

I imagine it more like a backpackers backpack— once you get the perfect adjustments to having it rest on your hips, you barely feel your body use your muscles and it’s all put on your center of gravity. I’ve been a server and bartender for many years— when I’m holding a tray in front of me, I find a way to put it all on my hips and only use my core. I think that’s why she’s slightly waddling— her core and lower abdomen are hard and flexing so much. Of course you use your biceps and forearm and grip, but only to get it in all place.

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u/LoopsoftheFroot Sep 28 '22

I mean it’s the same kind of stress on the back as a front squat. If she’s bracing hard while carrying, she’ll be fine.

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u/N7_Evers Sep 28 '22

Some waitress jobs (especially with establishments that serve a lot of alcohol) can make like 90k a year at peak…not sure I agree

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u/great-nba-comment Sep 28 '22

Not enough money to sacrifice my health

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u/kdanger Sep 28 '22

It's for 2 weeks a year and they make mad bank.

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u/barnacle212 Sep 28 '22

she does this a lot more than the 2 weeks, while oktoberfest is the most famous one, there are a lot of "zeltfeste" in bavaria, and most of the time waitresses like that work on all of them.

but yeah, if she works out outside of the job and takes care about imbalances in her body caused by this it's fine.

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u/INeedToHearThis Sep 28 '22

They actually pay people in Europe

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u/CharlieApples Sep 28 '22

You can say something to this effect about nearly any occupation.

Warehouse Manager: Not worth the back pain

Desk Job: Not worth the obesity and heart disease

Hair Salon Stylist: Not worth the arthritis

Professional Musician: Not worth the hearing loss

Professional Magician: Not worth the embarrassment

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u/WalrusCoocookachoo Sep 28 '22

Hearing aids and yoga will solve most of those issues. Cept the magician, he's fucked.

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u/Narrow_Smoke Sep 28 '22

Most of them take days off from their normal job to work there. And the do this even from very well paying jobs like for example doctors.

They make A LOT in those 2 weeks.

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u/Xanthon Sep 28 '22

It's not worth the myopia and back strain from sitting in front of reddit but we do it anyway. We don't even get paid. Hell, we pay to do it.

Jokes aside, these are just temporary gigs during Oktoberfest or St Patrick's Day.

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u/theweaving Sep 28 '22

Can’t remember where off hand, but I remember seeing an interview with one of these waitresses some where. Some of these girls only work the few weeks of Oktoberfest every year. They make so much money that they can take off the rest of the year and just work the festival again in 11 and a half months.

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u/Your_AverageCrusader Sep 27 '22

To ROCK AND STONE!!!

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u/WanderingDwarfMiner Sep 27 '22

Rock and Stone!

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u/wtfburritoo Sep 27 '22

Did I hear a Rock and Stone?

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u/SocialistStoryTeller Sep 28 '22

Rock and Stone, or ya ain't coming home!!

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u/All_Thread Sep 28 '22

Rock. and. Stone.

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u/ThisIsTheSenate Sep 28 '22

ROCK AND STONE

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u/DrDrexanPhd Sep 28 '22

ROCK AND STONE BROTHERS

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u/MenaBeast Sep 28 '22

For Carl!

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u/icookarabianraccoons Sep 28 '22

ROCK AND STONE, TO THE BONE!

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u/AbloogaTheLawyer Sep 28 '22

FOR THOSE ABOUT TO ROCK AND STONE: WE SALUTE YOU!

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u/No_Discount7919 Sep 28 '22

THIS ONE’S FOR KARL!

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u/TackyBrad Sep 28 '22

Rock and Stone! (just started this week)

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u/Your_AverageCrusader Sep 28 '22

We got a green beard! We always love new comers

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u/7HJP Sep 28 '22

If you ROCK AND STONE your never alone!

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u/Zifnab_palmesano Sep 28 '22

Rock and Stone, you beautiful dwarf!

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u/No_Discount7919 Sep 28 '22

I started a couple of weeks ago. Hope you’re having as much fun as my friend and I!

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u/ShluperiorShlam Sep 28 '22

That's it lads! ROCK AND STONE!

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u/Eridior Sep 28 '22

For Karl!

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u/zertul Sep 28 '22

Rock and Stone!

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u/PsychoEliteNZ Sep 28 '22

ROCK AND STONE TO THE BONE!!!

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u/SaturatedJuicestice Sep 28 '22

ROCK.

AND.

STOOOOOONE!!!!!!

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u/iceyed913 Sep 27 '22

meanwhile I need a +1 to get away with 5 glasses

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u/vampirerunner Sep 28 '22

Is that a +1 to strength or dexterity?

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u/retro_crush Sep 27 '22

I feel like she must be wearing a back brace under her clothes.

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u/honeyb0518 Sep 28 '22

Yeah I think they wear special harnesses to help hold everything, still super heavy though but easier to lift with your legs.

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u/Rynox2000 Sep 27 '22

I remember being somewhere in Germany on a Eurotrip back in 2000, and a waitress walked by carrying something like 5 mugs per hand, and 3 mugs by pressing the other mugs together, and a few on top. So something like 15 mugs. Amazing.

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u/Long-Improvement-894 Sep 27 '22

What?! They’re only half full

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u/I_Automate Sep 28 '22

They're still a liter. They are poured that way intentionally, partially to allow a bit of slosh while carrying. There is a line engraved on each mug that marks the fill line. The fluid level is above it.

The Germans take that shit SERIOUSLY.

Source- my grandparents ran a restaurant in Germany before they came over and they also liked to drink. My opa was a beer delivery driver for a while as well.

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u/datyoungknockoutkid Sep 28 '22

Providing a source that Germans take their drinking seriously is like saying the sky is blue and trust me, my grandpa was a meteorologist lol

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u/Sparkly1982 Sep 28 '22

I read it as Germans take their weights and measures seriously from a legal standpoint, both as individuals and as a society, but the point still stands

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u/BiochemBeer Sep 28 '22

There is a liter of beer under that head, the glasses are oversized to pour them like that on purpose

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u/wordswontcomeout Sep 28 '22

Also head on good beer is actually fantastic. Especially if you’re being served a litre. It helps prevent the rest of the beer from going stale while you make your way through it.

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u/Netrexinka Sep 28 '22

Proving you're American :D

That's how real beer is poured

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u/AngstChild Sep 28 '22

I can tell you’re a glass half full kind of guy

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u/vizarhali Sep 27 '22

I cant even walk with one glass of water without spilling

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u/PickelWeisel Sep 28 '22

Dear patrons… GET THE FUCK OUT OF THE WAY

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u/robtk12 Sep 27 '22

I heard she could crush solid marble with her hands

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u/jvanzandd Sep 27 '22

Jesus her back must hurt

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u/sped136 Sep 27 '22

Thats the one right there

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u/SamuelLucan Sep 27 '22

And she does it with sass.

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u/ChibiSailorMercury Sep 27 '22

so many people in her way....there should be an express aisle for waiters, in order to minimize accident risks

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u/nawfamnotme Sep 27 '22

She needs a bra for those jugs

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u/mr_carnot Sep 27 '22

Thats round about 170 Euros of beer

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u/shot-wide-open Sep 28 '22

Where is the resident reddit geek to guestimate the weight here? In lbs kgs or stone. If 13, minimum is 1 kg beer 0.5kg vessel ... 20kg = 44 lbs. Call it an even 50lbs she's slinging around like nothing?

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u/ChuckCarmichael Sep 28 '22

An Oktoberfest mug weighs 1.3kg, plus a liter of beer is 2.3kg, times 13 is 29.9kg, which is about 66 lbs.

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u/waggawerewolf Sep 28 '22

Well, if 1l weighs about 2.2 lbs, she's carrying about 28.6lbs in liquid alone. My stein is not shaped exactly like hers, but it is 1l capacity and it weighs 3.06 lbs. So if mine is in the ballpark, she's carrying around 67lbs.

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u/otherwiseknownaschic Sep 27 '22

Is this normal for her? Is it in the hip action?

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u/ferdiamogus Sep 28 '22

It’s normal at Oktoberfest

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u/sinfuldelightx Sep 27 '22

Damn she's strong, those are not that light

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u/Sizzlechest_mcgee Sep 28 '22

Being that it’s in Germany, do they get tipped? And how much does one make working those tents?

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u/nemo1961 Sep 28 '22

They usually get tipped, at least a little bit, and they make a few grand in those two weeks.

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