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azaleanola
05-04-2014, 04:09 PM
^Sheila is a normal, if not too common, name in the States. I went to school with a Sheila, and Sheila E was a famous singer and percussionist in the 80s. What does it mean in Austrailia?

Vackra
05-04-2014, 04:32 PM
^Sheila is a normal, if not too common, name in the States. I went to school with a Sheila, and Sheila E was a famous singer and percussionist in the 80s. What does it mean in Austrailia?

She explained: "I guess its funny and horrible because in Australia its an old slang term for a woman, if she had that stage name in Australia it would be so so hilarious. "

azaleanola
05-04-2014, 06:49 PM
^Yeah, I read that. That's why I asked her what it meant :)

AlenaRoza
05-04-2014, 07:11 PM
Not a real stripper but what about "boner garage" from We're the Millers? Hahah. I couldn't stop laughing at that scene.

audritwo
05-13-2014, 03:59 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVp4elqJLIY

kirakonstantin
05-18-2014, 03:39 PM
My all time least favorite is Sincere. Always used by the most fake and conniving dancers.

I picked an uncommon name from my home country. Its ethnic enough, without being hard to understand over loud music and, when custys ask my real name, I tell them that it is my real name, but since everyone thinks its fake, I just kept it.

If they really push, I tell them that my real name is Olga and they drop it.

The only time I care about how my name is spelled (Kira) is when a dancer called Kyra is working. It gets tricky when the DJ says her name and then plays my music. I also dont want to be paying for her dances either...

tempest666
05-31-2014, 04:05 PM
Cubana :rotfl:

azaleanola
05-31-2014, 05:35 PM
I work with a Vajayjay.

audrey_k
06-04-2014, 10:12 PM
Jessica Rabbit... like you really need two names?

Horribly fake names like Porsche, Bentley, Siren, Sexy (yes worked with a Sexy). Some really strange names like Machiavelli, Uranus, Aurora, etc. Worked with a Brett Ashley, I appreciated the The Sun Also Rises reference but it sounded really strange when announced on the mic.

SuperJa
08-13-2014, 06:29 PM
Club I'm booked at next week has a dancer named Pickle. For real. wtf.

tempest666
08-13-2014, 06:32 PM
Slice.

lokikola
08-13-2014, 07:52 PM
Haven't encountered it but i'd love to meet a bitch named ratatouille.

DonaDiabla
08-13-2014, 11:09 PM
Hmmmm....I believe Machiavelli and Brett Ashley might work in phone sex or texting. I believe I shall used these names for either my phone sex characters or texting characters.:) Thanks Audrey K ;)



Jessica Rabbit... like you really need two names?

Horribly fake names like Porsche, Bentley, Siren, Sexy (yes worked with a Sexy). Some really strange names like Machiavelli, Uranus, Aurora, etc. Worked with a Brett Ashley, I appreciated the The Sun Also Rises reference but it sounded really strange when announced on the mic.

Mary Mortis
09-06-2014, 09:50 AM
Met a girl named Tragedy. Not sure why she thought it was a good idea.

charlie61
09-07-2014, 05:06 PM
I wonder if there's something smart about having a name that encourages a certain amount of joking without being totally over the top. It gives the guy something to say to you, which can make him feel more comfortable (of course it's annoying as fuck hearing the same joke over and over all night, but it's all about the money, right?). And it makes you more memorable.

So perhaps a semi-realistic name that also contains a joke / obvious comment would actually help your earnings - it's an easy conversation starter. The first name that comes to mind is something like "Brandy." (Dumb guy comment: "Do you like drinking brandy, Brandy?") Or a name like "Brooke." (Dumb guy comment: "Are you a babbling brook, Brooke?")

Selina M
09-07-2014, 08:50 PM
There is a girl named Glitch at my club. It suits her, she's rocking the shaved head look, but it's definitely one of the strangest names I've heard.

Aniela
09-11-2014, 05:36 PM
I see the name Alizé getting knocked, but I think a dancer w/ the right look could pull it off. Alizé is actually a French singer, not just a brand of flavoured vodka.




The female night elf was given Alizé's signature dance. I could see a girl making a lucrative impression if she broke this out in front of a rail full of gamers.

adrie21
09-22-2014, 07:19 PM
"Cialis" like Viagra type pill

MelissaRenee
10-21-2014, 04:06 PM
Saran. As in Saran wrap.

She's a gorgeous, sweet girl but every time I hear it or see it written down I scratch my head a little bit. But then again, when the DJ calls her it sounds more like "Sara" said with a bit of an accent.

tempest666
10-24-2014, 02:01 AM
And more gems from Filthadelphia: Dementia. :rotfl: I am not making this up. I sincerely hope it was an autocorrect mistake.

Emmaleigh
10-30-2014, 08:50 AM
I used to work with a girl named Camry. It's a nice name, but I can't help but think of the car by Toyota. Also my club has three girls that use a variation of "baby"; Baby, Babydoll, etc.

Taylorgrrl
11-01-2014, 03:39 PM
I've read most of this thread and giggled like a crazy person through the whole thing. Thanks!

I used to work with a skinny black girl named Butter. She didn't last long.

Two names in the Wish I'd Thought Of It category: Hydra - belonged to a wicked smart, very hot blonde. It suited her. The other was Cliche. Every time her name was announced, I cracked up a little. Way to get right to the point.

lovelydancer
11-01-2014, 10:57 PM
A girl started at my club last night by the name of "Butterfly".

tempest666
11-02-2014, 12:41 AM
A girl started at my club last night by the name of "Butterfly".
I've worked with the Spanish version: "Mariposa"

Flickdreams
11-04-2014, 05:26 AM
Heaven, Candy, Laurilie (Don't laugh at me OliveJ, they are pretty bad names!)

Sahar
01-18-2015, 11:55 AM
Feloni, who used to get so irate whenever anyone would spell it Felony. *Rolls eyes*
Princess, Crystal Beth.

lol1337a
01-18-2015, 01:56 PM
I'm pretty tolerant of bad stripper names, but the drug ones are just too much for me. Molly, Mary Jane, Ecstasy (or XTC), why is there always at least one of you in every dive?

Selina M
01-18-2015, 03:35 PM
Miss Raspberry

HallelujahHopkins
01-18-2015, 05:06 PM
I wonder if there's something smart about having a name that encourages a certain amount of joking without being totally over the top. It gives the guy something to say to you, which can make him feel more comfortable (of course it's annoying as fuck hearing the same joke over and over all night, but it's all about the money, right?). And it makes you more memorable.

So perhaps a semi-realistic name that also contains a joke / obvious comment would actually help your earnings - it's an easy conversation starter. The first name that comes to mind is something like "Brandy." (Dumb guy comment: "Do you like drinking brandy, Brandy?") Or a name like "Brooke." (Dumb guy comment: "Are you a babbling brook, Brooke?")

I actually picked my name for this reason exactly. Noun names make for great repartee. I think a name like "Felony" could be amazing even on ppl initially trying to be jerks-
"Why did you pick that name?"

"Because men would lie, steal, and kill, for me"
"Because I'm an all in kind of girl- I don't bother with misdemeanors."
"Because most men don't make it out alive."
"Because I like being told what to do by a man in uniform"
"Because the things I like to do aren't legal this side of the Mississippi."
And this can be sexy, funny, intimidating....etc.

The girls gave me so much shit for my name- and half my friends don't get it, but besides being a great stage side chant 'Hallelujah' is recognized by people across race, class, and culture. The worst joke I hear is "well then I'm AMEN! Cuz damn!" which already has them in a positive loop. When they ask why I'm called that I say "'Cause I'm gonna make you get on your knees and praise!" I've never had anything but an enthusiastic response to that.

I also love really showy names like Aurora, or Magdalena. As well as the classics like Cherry and Bunny. I even think the drug names are clever and relevant. I loved the Oxxy and Toxxic we had at my club. If there's a literary reference hidden in there like a Camille, Scarlet, Hester, Judith (double points for biblical-I think Jezebel is a fabulous name!), even better.

I guess I'm going on a threadjack rant because I kinda admire the ppl who do balls out ridiculous names-it's a small thing that's yours when you're molding everything for other people- and sometimes you get fuck all else to be funny about during a shift....I should probably become "Gluestick" or "Burrito" on principle now....

(*and I've secretly always wanted to meet a Dani California wearing jean shorts and a black bandanna on her tits)

lol1337a
01-18-2015, 05:30 PM
^^This... changes everything.

I should've gotten weirder with my stage names. I started going down that road with half assed weird names at one point, but didn't commit. It probably has to be all or nothing though.

I'm also reconsidering the drug name thing -- may as well brand yourself with something naughty and hedonistic.

(FWIW, my favorite stage name is 'Naughty' on the right woman.)

charlie61
01-18-2015, 08:52 PM
I actually picked my name for this reason exactly. Noun names make for great repartee. I think a name like "Felony" could be amazing even on ppl initially trying to be jerks-
"Why did you pick that name?"

"Because men would lie, steal, and kill, for me"
"Because I'm an all in kind of girl- I don't bother with misdemeanors."
"Because most men don't make it out alive."
"Because I like being told what to do by a man in uniform"
"Because the things I like to do aren't legal this side of the Mississippi."
And this can be sexy, funny, intimidating....etc.

The girls gave me so much shit for my name- and half my friends don't get it, but besides being a great stage side chant 'Hallelujah' is recognized by people across race, class, and culture. The worst joke I hear is "well then I'm AMEN! Cuz damn!" which already has them in a positive loop. When they ask why I'm called that I say "'Cause I'm gonna make you get on your knees and praise!" I've never had anything but an enthusiastic response to that.

I also love really showy names like Aurora, or Magdalena. As well as the classics like Cherry and Bunny. I even think the drug names are clever and relevant. I loved the Oxxy and Toxxic we had at my club. If there's a literary reference hidden in there like a Camille, Scarlet, Hester, Judith (double points for biblical-I think Jezebel is a fabulous name!), even better.

I guess I'm going on a threadjack rant because I kinda admire the ppl who do balls out ridiculous names-it's a small thing that's yours when you're molding everything for other people- and sometimes you get fuck all else to be funny about during a shift....I should probably become "Gluestick" or "Burrito" on principle now....

(*and I've secretly always wanted to meet a Dani California wearing jean shorts and a black bandanna on her tits)

The right person can absolutely pick a name that's out there and bank with it! There's always that 1% of girls with 'big personalities' who have so much presence that the last thing customers are thinking about is something as banal as "what's yer real name?"

For those of us with more subtle styles, however, sticking to something a bit more realistic is probably a good idea!

It really just depends on your hustle and desired client base. If you're working the girl-next-door angle, then you need to pick a name that fits that persona ("Nicole" or "Ashley"). If you're working the seductress persona, then pick a name that's slightly more exotic but still realistic ("Natalie" or "Marissa"). And if you're doing the larger-than-life thing, then dear god, please don't name yourself "Ann"!

lol1337a
01-19-2015, 05:01 AM
^^Agree, but the mundane name is sometimes effective in conjunction with a big personality. I have one when I need to, and 'Ryan' was my most successful 'in' with customers. I didn't have to ask nearly as many introduction questions as I do with 'Sophia' or 'Fiona.'

The beauty, (similar to but less clever than 'Hallelujah'), is that guys scoffed and questioned my feminity if they weren't immediately sold. 'Proving' it cost them $20-$500 depending on income bracket, because the only way to do so was to take off my top and offer a flash. Can't believe they ate it up!

Next club resolution: Get weirder.

Selina M
06-29-2015, 12:50 AM
Ahem.

"Solidify".

:rotfl:
Can I be "gas phase"?

EastCoastDancer01
06-29-2015, 06:54 PM
Oh god, I used to work with a woman who called herself "Virginia" after the state she was born in. How stupid! Sounds like an 80 year old woman lol.

Furry_Gizmo
07-04-2015, 06:21 AM
Aubry

OliveJardin
07-07-2015, 06:29 AM
Slice (gorgeous girl, but I don't know where the name came from).

MayaB
07-07-2015, 06:42 AM
Miss ASSlanta....u can guess what city we were in! And yes, her ass was HUGE!!

Starling
07-07-2015, 07:48 AM
Miss ASSlanta....u can guess what city we were in! And yes, her ass was HUGE!!

Least she's living up to her name haha

MayaB
07-07-2015, 07:51 AM
Least she's living up to her name haha

Lmfao! Yes girl omg she started flipping off the stage and doing handstands and her ass was just a shakin all in synch with the music! Lmao it was the greatest shit I ever seen!

Flickdreams
07-07-2015, 09:06 AM
Given her performance level I think it belongs in Best name.

Welldo
07-08-2015, 05:42 AM
Spanky.

Nyla19
07-10-2015, 05:49 PM
Clover,Jubilee, Secret, Tonytown

Glamourmilf
07-10-2015, 06:22 PM
Lavender.....It was my first stage name... I wanted a name that reflected a feminine scent...oh boy! Looking back,...horrible! It was the early 80's, what can I say? Ha!!:P:)

Selina M
07-10-2015, 06:50 PM
Nu-nu
Afrodite (yes spelled like that)

audritwo
07-10-2015, 08:24 PM
Lavender.....It was my first stage name... I wanted a name that reflected a feminine scent...oh boy! Looking back,...horrible! It was the early 80's, what can I say? Ha!!:P:)

Hahaha that is my niece's name.

Glamourmilf
07-10-2015, 10:42 PM
Hahaha that is my niece's name.

Lol! Was her mom or dad a patron of the dance arts back then I wonder?
We might have crossed paths, who knows....hmm..

NakedNicole
07-11-2015, 11:07 AM
I've worked with a Medusa, Country, butterfly. My stage name has always been "Nirvana" most people think it's after the band but I like the meaning. It's a Buddhist word for the state of perfect happiness.

DonaDiabla
07-11-2015, 04:42 PM
lol, Tonytown :)



Clover,Jubilee, Secret, Tonytown

Flickdreams
07-11-2015, 11:16 PM
Did I ever add 'Hoochie' ?

Nyla19
07-14-2015, 05:31 PM
Lavender.....It was my first stage name... I wanted a name that reflected a feminine scent...oh boy! Looking back,...horrible! It was the early 80's, what can I say? Ha!!:P:)

I love the new pic!