Kings Cross Life - Daisy's story





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Published on Dec 10, 2012

Daisy is a door host with a passion for music and fashion. She knows a thing or two about the excuses people use to try and get into a venue when they are clearly too drunk.

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I am really passionate about fashion and music. Working at awkward on the weekends gets to satisfy all of those things. I get to have a great night, watching live bands play and dress up all-nice. I work on the door, I am a hostess, I make sure that everyone is enjoying their night and bring people in. Kings Cross is a really colourful area; you know you want to be a part of that energy and that vibe. Throughout the night I am standing at the door, looking down into Kind Cross, because believe me, its great people watching. You do witness a change in people, the skirts of the girls start to ride up, people falling over, people falling in front of cars, I've seen -- that's quite scary. We are quite strict with whom we let into the bar for that very reason, we don't want there to be any violence or unpleasantness. If someone goes overboard with the alcohol it can spoil a night, you don't want to be looking after your friend who is vomiting in a corner. If someone comes that seems to be intoxicated, or that is acting a aggressively, I will not let them in. It would be disappointing for their point of view to miss out on getting to come into such a great venue, and what could of potentially been a really fun time. Taste your cocktails, sip it, savor that taste rather than get it down as quickly as you can and get wasted. Enjoy the experience, don't drink so much that you can't remember it.


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