• No, I'm the Barkeeper.

  • Yes, please?

  • Only if...

    • this is in the organizers' interest.
    • an audio connection fits
    • the transition from the current track to the smartphone can be as unobtrusive as possible
    • there is still space on the dancefloor for me.
  • Sure, but don't expect to get it back from where you've put it. If someone gave me clothing stamps or a good drink I'd be more willing to pretend to be a coat rack or floor.

  • Unfortunately not right now, because my DJ software does not yet allow livestreaming of music.

  • Gladly if there are no conflicting wishes.

    In general, however, this also shortens the waiting time for police or ambulance. In rural regions, this may be of strategic importance.

  • If not, you'll have to perform it as karaoke cover for everyone.

  • Bouncers are not the best conversationalists 🤔 Once a bouncer asked me why I wanted to go to the club with all that DJ stuff. "DJing" was then a relatively convincing answer.

  • Today I play only bad songs. The good ones will be played tomorrow!

  • Go dance to what's playing!

  • Nothing interesting to get slapped for. If you're interested in more details, I'm happy to offer DJ workshops!

  • About 10,000. If your song request is not included, you can send it to me via a form.

  • Hopefully not the police arriving.

  • Yes, but if you manage to recall all popular music genres, I'll make sure your song will be played as soon as possible 🤞

    Hint: The music genre "Normal" does not exist.

  • Gladly longer, but my job is to transition between songs.

  • Gladly, if I have access to it and it just fits sound-wise.

    The following attempts at persuasion, on the other hand, fail in classic fashion:

    • "But everyone will like it!"
    • "Xyz wants it for his birthday!"
    • "I just missed it!" or
    • "But I'm about to go!"

    And as a guy, it helps surprisingly little to send off a lady who asks me the same question again 😉

  • If I would, would I then grant you your music wish? 🤔