Post # 77
I wouldn’t mind the same glass all night (and getting to keep it as a favor!), even without the rinsing station. The rinsing station is a neat idea!
My only worry for others would be that some people frequently misplace their drink!
Post # 78
Person A: “How was your cousin’s wedding?”
Person B: “They had a glass-rinsing station.”
Person A: “… What?”
Post # 79
I wouldn’t want to use a “rinsing station” with a bucket of catchall swill to dump into. There is bound to some splash back, either on yourself or onto your glass.
Post # 80
@CountryBee13: It wouldn’t annoy the heck out of me (to rinse a glass) but I would think it was strange and an odd way to cut costs. I’d rather have plastic cups to use, than to reuse the same glass for water and/or wine. And, now that I think about it, drinking wine out of a mason jar would annoy the heck out of me (but I know you didn’t want to go there). I don’t mind drinking water out of it – what about having those nice v-shaped plastic cocktail type glasses for everything else (and people who want another cup?) I’d ditch the washing station, personally. Sounds messy!