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So . . . Let me explain the situation:
About a month ago, I was on a business trip. I've had this specific client for a year and a half, and I've made several trips out to the client's site. On one of the last nights of the trip, two employees from my company and I went out to dinner. I hadn't been out with them before, and they wanted to go to two bars after our meal. I should have just gone back to the hotel. I think you know where this is going.
Anyways, I definitely got drunk — my colleagues were drunk too (not that it makes it right). I remember the night fairly well up until getting back to the hotel and I remember taking a bath when I got back to my room. Still, it feels a little fuzzy. I assumed that all was well, except I'm back at that hotel tonight, and when I checked in, one of the guys at the counter gave me a funny look, and then said, "Welcome back."
I have a funny feeling in my gut that I made a fool of myself that night. Am I just being paranoid because I'm guilty that I allowed myself to drink that much in the first place? Would it be stupid/inappropriate to pull that hotel employee aside, and ask him if I did something the last time I stayed here? How do I live this down? I'm going to have to continue coming to this hotel as long as I have this client. I feel so embarrassed.
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