10 Things Ever Stripper and Strip Club Should Know
Allow me to start by saying that I love strippers and have a lot of respect for them and what they…
I don’t quite know how to feel about this
I don’t appreciate people who aren’t strippers or management telling me how to do my job… If you’ve never been in my 8 inch platforms then keep your ‘tips’ to yourself.
There are so many points I want to argue on this post that I don’t even know where to begin.
Annnnddddd this idiot is exactly why I make amazing money. Some people are literally just too clueless.
How about you send your gf into my club with these tips and let’s see who comes home with more. (Hint: me every time)
Edit; Actually.. Here is an idea.. Take the exact opposite advice of all ten “rules” . :)
My rebuttal to this ridiculous post:
- A stripper is a hustler. If she wasn’t, she would work somewhere else. A stage dance does not equal big money. Big money is in private dances. Many customers who TRULY spend a ton of cash don’t pay much attention to stages if they have a regular girl. Why get sweaty and tired on stage if I’m about to do three hours in the private room with a customer? Your dollar is not worth my energy.
- If you throw a nickel at me, I hope you enjoy the view of the floor outside the club. My bouncers would have you out there faster than you could say “make it hail”. I would LOVE to see YOU naked two-step on stage. You don’t know my day, my style, or my crowd. Perhaps my crowd is the type of man who wants a dance from a girl who dances slowly and touches herself while ‘two-stepping’. Perhaps my crowd likes a girl who can fuckin’ twerk. Oh, and also, a stripper just means someone who sheds their clothing. I don’t have to be a fucking gymnast.
- Calling someone a wildebeest is just plain mean. Especially when they have the balls to get naked and fuckin’ rock the shit out of their curves. Some man out there is paying her bills and loving her body. You have no right to criticize. Many times, strip club owners have no control over what girls come to the club at what time. Perhaps the skinny girls all showed up at once. Also- this thick girl wouldn’t do shit for less than she’s worth. And let me tell you, she’s worth more than you’ve got. I don’t tell YOU how to do your job. Educate yourself before you give your ‘advice’.
- OHMYGOD A HUNDRED??!! CALL IN THE BACKUP. TIME TO DROP EVERYTHING. seriously, dude? Bouncers have a lot going on. They are helping girls, helping the bartenders, seating customers, managing the crowd, and assisting the managers. Sorry that seating you isn’t top priority. Waitresses have a lot going on, too. While a waitress is busy carrying 14lbs of liquor on one shoulder while teetering around in heels bigger than your dick, she’s not interested in that single hundred dollar bill.
- OK- so you don’t want to see twerking but you want to see asses bounce? Riiiiiight. If you walk into a ‘wine and cheese’ strip club, leave. That’s where the real money spenders are. You are clearly not one of them. The real money is not where the ‘party’ is. So stop giving this incorrect advice. You know nothing.
- ABC laws have nothing to do with strip clubs. Again, do your research. Also, a strip club is not about alcohol and bad decisions. Most of my customers are in for the companionship, fantasy, and escapism.
- If I see a stack of 1s on a table, I’m not interested. I want to get in the room, keep you there, and max your credit card. if you got a mere $60, I would rather spend my energy on someone with a bit more to spend. Also, girls at strip clubs with their partners are notoriously bitchy. I’d rather not deal with that.
- Do you honestly want a girl to jab at you for a dance every three minutes? What if I’m curious about who you are? Strippers are not sex robots. Perhaps they are real people who want to know how your day was before they ‘grind [their] crotch into [your] erection’.
- Female customers are not unicorns. We see them every day. They scream at the tip rail. They talk loudly about your body as though we can not hear them. They get obnoxiously drunk and ask if they can work at our club. We generally don’t like them. The last thing I, personally, want when I’m working is a ‘cheer’. I’m here for the money.
- There is such thing as a slow night. Every girl has their day when they leave with less than they came in with. It happens. Sometimes you’re not anyone’s flavor. I’m flabbergasted to hear that ANYONE can make $500 off 25 people. Not every one of those guys is going to want a dance. Also- it doesn’t matter how many people are in a club. In my 6 years of dancing, I’ve learned one thing: it only takes one customer to make your night. Every customer isn’t going to get a dance from me, let alone two.
"fatalfoxes", whoever you are, I have a challenge for you: Become a stripper, and follow your own rules. See how you do.
xoxoxo, Honey and Luna