PDA

View Full Version : How much for a buck?



sallylou
05-12-2003, 05:36 AM
I work at a contact/ topless club...
for stage dances, people sit at the rail and tip as we do a lil dance for them, get the buck and move on...
I've had a couple guys say... "that's all??" ??? WHAT? :o
How much do they want for a buck? If they want alot, buy a lap dance... which is usually how I respond... although none of them ever have... cheap bastards >:( LOL!!!
What do you consider a bargain for a buck?... a naked woman just isn't enough, huh? ;)
money... you don't need to answer this one :-X ... LOL... I know your answer! ;D
I had one Arab/Indian guy... no offense to anybody out there cause I'm really not prejudice... but he sat at the tip rail and I did the whole dance thing and waited for him to put the buck in my thong... he then waved me down towards him and whispered something... I couldn't hear him and came a little closer... he holds up the buck for me and says, "Kiss me" ...I was like... I can't, it's against the rules.... he holds the dollar farther away and says, "kiss me" again... and I'm like... I don't think so... he puts the dollar in his lap and says..."Kiss me hard" I backed up, smiled in a flirty, innocent, playful way leaned forward, grabbed the dollor, got real close to his face shoved the buck back in his mouth and said, "Go buy a f...ing slurpie, asshole!!!"
How rude :o ... I was like... what the f...?? ??? It was a dollar... most people aren't that presumptious that a stripper will do ANYTHING for a buck ::) , but I don't want a guy to feel jipped either... I want to keep them at the rail during my stage dance since each buck adds up!
I love stage dancing and have been told I spend too much time with each customer, which is fine on a slow night, but on a crowded night I need to speed it up so I can hit everybody...
What's better?... to go around in a big circle from one person to the next or do a criss-cross thing?...It can depend on where the other dancer is on stage... she needs her space, but what do you prefer... to know I'm coming or be picked out of the blue? I've even once had a guy raise his hand if he wanted me over... that was fun cause only two guys caught on at first and I just kept going back and forth between the two, but then others started catching on and it was a riot by the end to see a bunch of grown men with their hands up requesting their turn! LOL The DJ got a kick out of it too!!!!
So basically, what I'm asking is... What do you expect from a stage show?
I have another question, but I'll ask it at another time! LOL
Luv,
Amber

sol_de_pr2
05-12-2003, 05:54 AM
Depending on how long it is, you'd have to make sure each guy on the rail gets a chance to tip (and you get your tips, duh). Best way is to move around from side to side in a circle (if your stage allows it). Criss-crossing would only make it more confusing and you'd risk missing out on a would-be tipper. How often you seek tips depends on how long the stage show is, but I believe two rounds of tipping is enough. Oh, as of the jerk who wanted you to kiss it hard you should've recommended him the nearest available brothel LOL.

lestat1
05-12-2003, 05:55 AM
I think when customers tip their $1, they want something for it beyond what all the other guys in the club who didn't tip you are getting. When you dance topless on stage, all the customers can see you. So the guy who goes up to the stage to tip you a buck expects more (even if it's just a little more) than to see you topless.

The clubs in my area are nude/contact. When guys tip their $1 at the stage, they get breasts or hair in the face, or a kiss on the cheek, or her arms around you with her fingers running through your hair. Sometimes there won't be any contact, rather the dancer will 'touch herself' when she's close to the guy and gives him good eye contact. All these things are something more than the non-tippers get, which I think is all the $1 tippers are looking for. If I tipped my $1 I'd feel jipped if she danced on the stage in front of me like normal and didn't do something/anything as a 'thank-you.'

-lestat1

McCain
05-12-2003, 06:44 AM
On the one hand, I totally agree that it is only good form to offer some personalized dance attention in return for pretty much any tip. Realizing that the amount of time spent on that attention will likely vary in direct proportion to the size of your tip, the number of other tipping guys, and the length of her stage set.

On the other hand, I cannot think of how many guys have expected me to dance a whole song "just for them" for a $1 bill. Normally, the thought running through my head has been something along the lines of "WOW! A DOLLAR! A WHOLE DOLLAR! NOW I CAN QUIT STRIPPING AND START DOING THE THINGS I REALLY LOVE!"

Which is not meant to be ingrateful, mind you, but when you've been up there shaking your ass in 6" heels every hour for the past 6 hours, in nothing more than an ounce of cloth, for peanuts... you start feeling a little ornery...

McCain

electric_head
05-12-2003, 09:09 AM
In my club they make rounds on stage to get to everybody. If you are the only one at the stage you get the dancer for most of the song. They always come up after the stage set and thank you and give you a peck on the cheek sometimes a hug and sometimes they sit in your lap and hug and kiss you8)

Chuck149
05-12-2003, 09:31 AM
Actually, I expect a dancer to go around in a circle. It's annoying to me when she dances for the guy next to me and then goes across the stage to someone else. I kinda think to myself "what the Fu*k is wrong with me"?
I have actually got up from the rail and moved back to a table when that has happened.

I also expect the dancer to acknowledge the tip by dancing in front of me for a few seconds longer than she did for the guy who didn’t tip her; especially if I tip more than a $1; which I have been known to do on occasion.

MaxFL
05-12-2003, 01:05 PM
when I see customers and/or dancers play with the money in their mouth it's worst than knowing the dancer had been kissing the all population of the club! LOL

yoda57us
05-12-2003, 01:15 PM
Amber: I know where it's been, don't put it in your mouth....

X
05-12-2003, 01:18 PM
Actually, I expect a dancer to go around in a circle. It's annoying to me when she dances for the guy next to me and then goes across the stage to someone else. I kinda think to myself "what the Fu*k is wrong with me"?
I have actually got up from the rail and moved back to a table when that has happened.


I know exactly what you mean. I guess we must be paying with different types of dollars or something...Is your money green too?

lestat1
05-12-2003, 01:45 PM
Actually, I expect a dancer to go around in a circle. It's annoying to me when she dances for the guy next to me and then goes across the stage to someone else. I kinda think to myself "what the Fu*k is wrong with me"?
I have actually got up from the rail and moved back to a table when that has happened.
Ugh! I hate that; and when a dancer works the room for dollar-dances and skips right past me! Do I smell? Am I putting off a grabby asshole vibe? Do I look too young (and therefore broke)?

Bridgette
05-12-2003, 02:01 PM
Well sorry guys, I tend do skip around on stage cuz it's just more fun that way. I don't do it because I like one guy or his dollar more than the next, just because I like to break the monotany of going round and round! Our stage is a large semicircle, and if I just went around it each song, it'd get boring real quick. I see most girls here doing that, but it looks very lazy, boring and unprofessional to me! I do try hard to get to everybody, and even when I'm dancing in front of one guy I'll be flirting with another if my back is to the one I'm in front of. I like the playing part of stage and wiggling around from guy to guy ;D

fishnet
05-12-2003, 03:41 PM
I'm probably an anomally. I really don't expect any special attention... I'm always happy to get it though. :) Our stages are large there could be as many as 25 guys sitting around. It's tough to hit eveyone in 2 songs. I tip to show my appreciation. Not because I expect something. Most girls do things as lestat1 suggested. The tommy knocker move is most common. LOL. Too if they miss you during the dances, they usually come around as they are collecting tips and give you a little luvin' then. :)

Theresa
05-12-2003, 04:02 PM
At my club guys DEFINITELY get their dollars' worth...guys are actually allowed to climb up onto the stage and lie down with a dollar in their mouth. The dancers are more or less expected to climb over the guys in a 69 position so the guys get a really close up look of "down there" and then the girl slides backwards and takes the dollar bill out of the guys mouth with her chest. I almost prefer NOT to be tipped on stage b/c it takes SO long...once I got tipped so much I was on stage for 6 songs (we normally go for 3). Instead of getting tipped dollars for those last three songs I could (SHOULD) have been doing dances and making real money.

fishnet
05-12-2003, 04:10 PM
Geez! They should be tipping $5s and $10s minimum for that. ::)

MisterBlue
05-12-2003, 06:07 PM
I think McCain should take her dollar and call her mother using 10-10-220! :)

I don't know about circle or jumping around. Either way... The more energetic dancers do poll tricks, jump back and forth and really give some entertainment. I do think the key is to at least try to get to everyone, even if that means going fast. My ATF has a hard time up on the stage, it's either feast or famine. But when it's feast time she really gets the crowd going and ends up with multiple tips from the same guys just to get her to come back.

Any time I'm on the stage I tip a buck. If I like the dancer it's $2, and if I really like the dancer it's $4-8.

We don't get to go up on stage. Only time I've ever seen what Theresa described was when a porn star had a show, and then it was $20 tips. The clubs I go to the dancers do two songs max. One club has a big stage, and they'll occasionally do two girls on stage for 3 songs... that can be fun as well.