Six Reasons Wynwood Is Better Than South Beach

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No Drama and A Friendlier Crowd

"There is no cover and no lines," said Melissa Connery, who was sitting outside with her posse.

"The people are friendlier, the drinks are cheaper, and the bartenders are nicer and actually talk to you," she went on. "And the music is better," she added as a mix of old-school hip-hop and dance songs, including Notorious B.I.G.'s "Big Poppa," played in the background.

Blow Jobs and Viagra More Intimate Encounters

"Do we have to prefer Wynwood over the beach?" asked Eze Nnadi (or so he said he was) who was sitting with his lady friend Stacie.

As he was about to go on a SoBe rant, a waitress wearing fishnet stalkings and booty shorts brought out the Blow Job and Viagra combo for the Couple's Shot that the two had ordered.

As the waitress explained to Nnadi and Stacie how the thing worked (Stacie would have to place the Blow Job between Nnadi's legs and shoot it up using nothing but her mouth, and Nnadi would have to say "I need a hard on" before swallowing the Viagra shot), the two gave each other a confused look, and then just went with it.

"You won't get that at the beach."

"I guess that's why Wynwood's better," fessed Nnadi.

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