Drinking and Stripping
I’ve noticed myself drinking a lot more at work. Last Saturday one of the managers mentioned how he had never seen me drunk before. He wasn’t mad, just happened to notice. It’s funny because that was by no means the first time I have been drunk at this club. Nevertheless, I don’t want to take that too lightly.
I hate to say it, but I make more money when I drink. When I’m sober, it’s easy for me to get anxious or irritated. When I drink I’m a flirty, giddy, party girl. It’s like optimism in a glass. Alas, if only I could always be so, but drinking nightly isn’t an option. I don’t want to do something stupid, like drunk people are prone to doing and I don’t want to be written off as a “drinker”. Mostly because I feel it’s noticeable when I drink. Some girls always seem the same, even when they claim to be shit faced, but I can always tell when it comes to myself. I just need to keep working on my non drunk optimism.
After several weeks in pole class I’m finally noticing some serious progress. More importantly, I’m learning to do things the correct way instead of just flinging myself around like I used to at work.
Now I just need to cover up all of these bruises and get to work today and I will constitute as a productive adult. Good shit.
If you haven’t noticed, I tend to be a pessimist. I also vent to feel better, so theres a lot of negativity that comes out of my mouth.
Recently I’ve been trying to focus on the positive. We all know how much mood affects your work, so I’ve been trying to make the conscious decision to tell myself that I am going to have a good night and that I am fucking awesome. Luckily we had a very good crowd in last week, so I didn’t have to push the optimism too hard. I’m hoping I can use that as momentum to keep it up as we head into the first few snowy weeks of the year.
Watching strippers mobilize when another dancer is falling apart is one of the most inspiring things in the world.
I want anyone who assumes a group of women working together must be super catty to know that.
I was that girl falling apart on Saturday and then all of the sudden there was hugs and tequila and french fries. Strippers know what’s up.
There is a special place in hell for guys who turn down dances that their friends are offering to pay for.
The only thing worse than a no is a no given while I can see money.
Seriously. Half the time I just start dancing for the guy anyways. A perk of doing table dances as opposed to having private rooms/couches.
Had my first really good night (money wise) in three months last night. Fuck yeah!
Reasons Why You Need to Buy a Dance
Hi there everyone. It’s your friendly neighborhood stripper here to explain why so many of the common reasons people give for not buying a lap dance are really not strong arguments at all. I am going to provide a few examples of reasons men (usually men) always give when asked if they would like a dance and then I will provide a reason why they are wrong.
This list includes reasons why men will not pay for dances. Not why they won’t pay the set price of a dance (because begging for free dances or a discount is a different set of excuses all together).
Other strippers should feel free to add onto this list. And other sex workers from other branches of the industry should also feel free to jump in.
Let’s get started!