10 Worst Picks In Las Vegas

Those familiar with the Las Vegas slogan, what happens in Las Vegas stays in Las Vegas, know that this is not entirely true. This is not your version of The Hangover, therefore it is best not to happen to Las Vegas with an "anything goes" mentality.

  1. Get a tattoo

    Getting a tattoo seems like a good initiative, but it really isn't. What if your tattoo requires a touch-up after you've gone home?

  2. Act like a high roller

    Once we talk about gambling, set a limit on how much you can lose. And be realistic; don't set a ridiculous portion where you lose all of which came to Vegas.
  3. Live off adult slushies

    While delicious and refreshing on a hot day, these drinks are nothing more than inexpensive alcohol and lots of sucrose. Mix that with the Las Vegas heat and you've got a recipe for disaster.

  4. Spend all your time at the casinos

    Getting off the Strip and taking a day or 2 excursion broadens your horizons. You will get closer to nature and have something else to tell your friends back home besides how you lost every penny.

  5. Walk down the street

    Too many pedestrians die every year from reckless crossing. Don't risk your story as you refused to walk two min to a convenient crosswalk.

  6. Drink a lot

    You don't want to drink all night as once morning comes, you won't have a chance to do anything. While bartenders remain trained to isolate intoxicated consumers, they do not know how many you have eaten prior to attending them.

  7. Spending time at the tables?

    you know, once the cute girls jump from table to table, chat with the VIPs ... and have drinks to give to their friends. Referral displacement: enter with your girls, get a free table and then have a group of boys join you at the last minute. Like it or not, Las Vegas nightlife survives because of the guys who spend money. Playing with the bait and change is going to make you look bad, and you may not be compensated in the future.

  8. No tip

    One way to anger any member of the casino staff is to not tip them. To keep the drinks coming, tip at least a dollar per drink, especially if you're in a casino where the drinks are still free.

  9. Swimming in party pools

    If you are visiting throughout the hot season, do everything you can to avoid getting pool water in your eyes and mouth. Think about it: there are hundreds of sweaty guys in the pool at once and spilling their drinks.

  10. Dress casually for clubs

    All the most famous clubs have any type of dress code. For men, dress shoes and a neat button-down shirt will suffice.

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