I get overexcited
Am I the only one who gets extraordinarily excited when good music plays in the club? Last night (like several other nights) I literally ran down from VIP to high five the ever loving fuck out of our DJ.
Got all the way to the Starbucks by work, then thought “nope” and turned right back around and went home.
I’m looking to travel in the midwest.
If anybody has information on clubs in the area, please message me.
HELP ME WITH MY TAXES PLEASE?!?!?!?!
I’m trying to file my taxes, but I’m getting a bit confused here. I hear a lot about strippers filing 1099s, but according to the irs website/turbo tax it looks like I would have to get a 1099 from my “employer” which I have not/will not. Right now I have a 1040 and a 1040 chapter c, which lists m as the sole proprietor of a business, filed under entertainer. I really don’t want to fuck this up so if any of you guys have advice let me know please!
Management recently posted a sign, suggesting that girls wear more gowns. When it came up in discussion last night I learned 1)that my sense of humor and general conversation don’t align with that of the club’s owner/manager. He just doesn’t seem to understand me very well. That aside…
He argues for the fact that if you look expensive, you will make more money. He wants the club to look classy. He want’s us to accessorize and complete a work look. According to him, it’s about turning yourself into what men want.
I agree with some of this, and understand what he’s saying, but here’s my problem; Gowns don’t work for me. I feel awkward in them, I find them tacky 9 times out of 10, they don’t flatter my body type well. some girls look stunning in gowns, but they’re just not for me. Aside from that the girls who make the most money at the club generally wear thongs and a bra. They certainly do accessorize and look nice. For me, it works best if I try to be the sexiest version of myself.
While the managers have far more years of experience in the industry than myself, the fact is they have never been a stripper. There’s something distinct to be said for the actual experience of stripping. I respect their opinions and understand the general idea; look your best, make more money. Is there only one way to do that though? I argue no.
whammykiss asked: I'm starting stripping soon and I'm sooo nervous! I don't know what I should buy to wear, either. And I'm still shaky on how to give good lapdances (I've tried one on a friend just to see how I am). Btw, I like your blog and you're very funny :-)
I would say just wear whatever is flattering on you. If the club has dress code rules, be sure to follow them. Good luck! You’ll get the hang of it. Once you start giving them regularly you’ll be able to give a dance without thinking.
Thank you! I’m glad I’m not just laughing alone at my own jokes.
I didn’t go to the sketchy club. At the end of the day I just couldn’t force myself there. Luckily, I ended up having an alright night at my club, so I feel like I made the right decision.
Help me decide!!!!
So, I ended up trying out at a rather shady club in my area. Went in on a Thursday and auditioned. Full nude, contact dances. Maybe five girls on shirt and none of them talked to any of the guests other than during 2 for 1s. So basically by being willing to put out effort I feel (and have heard from friends who have worked there) that it is entirely possible to make a fair amount of money there. It’s not a guarantee, but I really feel like I could scrape up a fair amount of cash there.
I can’t say I’d feel safe there…the staff was definitely not what I have been lucky to be used to. At best they were rough around the edges, but the manager took a phone call complete with profanities and there didn’t seem to be much by way of specifically designated security…But I have handled shitty clubs before.
As much as I love my club, I feel like I need to do something. I’ve been averaging well under a hundred dollars a shift throughout January.
So…Do I try to put up with the shady club in favor of making more money or just try to stick it out at home?