44 Thoughts Everyone Has at the Soggy Dollar Bar

If you've been to the famed Soggy Dollar Bar in the British Virgin Islands, these thoughts have probably crossed your mind.

  • To get to the Soggy Dollar Bar in the British Virgin Islands, you'll most likely swim up from a boat anchored in White Bay. (The wet dollars from patrons are how the bar got its name after all.) Here are a few thoughts you'll probably have when you visit this beach bar and sample its famous Painkiller drink.

  • Woohoo, there it is!

  • Wow, we're anchoring pretty far out.

  • Really far.

  • Can I swim that far?

  • Yeah, I can swim that far. I think.

  • Hopefully my money won't fall out of my bathing suit.

  • But it's definitely gonna be a little… soggy.

  • Right, here we go.

  • Look at me swimming like Michael Phelps!

  • 2020 Summer Olympics here I come!

  • How much further is it?

  • Okay, maybe the 2024 Summer Olympics.

  • Just keep swimming, just keep swimming, just keep swimming...

  • swimming, swimming, swimming...

  • Soggy money still safely in my suit!

  • I'm still not to the shore yet? Yeesh.

  • I'll just watch the Olympics on TV instead.

  • Oooh, I can touch bottom!

  • Totally walking the rest of the way.

  • I earned at least six Painkillers with that swim.

  • Hello, cute bartender!

  • Here's my soggy money, handsome.

  • Painkiller in hand, chair in the sand.

  • I could get used to this.

  • Another Painkiller, please!

  • Oh look, they have a little store.

  • I totally want the sticker that says "Naked in 0 to 3.2 Painkillers."

  • But how would I get it back to the boat?

  • The store has ziplock bags. Genius!

  • Take my soggy money, please!

  • And one more Painkiller while I'm at it.

  • Whoa, check out that yacht!

  • It's even got a dinghy.

  • (Hehe, dinghy.)

  • They didn't have to swim in. Lucky!

  • But is it really Soggy Dollar if your money isn't soggy?

  • I'll just sit here and self-righteously sip my Painkiller knowing I had the authentic Soggy Dollar experience.

  • Hmm, my cup's empty. Bartender, another!

  • I've got sand in my suit, maybe I should just take it off?

  • I should probably just take it off.

  • Time for another Painkiller?

  • Time for another Painkiller.

  • What do you mean I have to swim back to the boat?

  • Time to make friends with the dinghy people!

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