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Shoot2Thrill
02-16-2003, 09:02 AM
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Chuck149
02-16-2003, 09:50 AM
DUH :P If you know you won't get it back again, it's not a loan. It's a gift. If you want to give her a $1000 gift, go for it.

Ethier that or just ask for $1000 worth of LD's ;D

02-16-2003, 10:27 AM
Ask her what she's willing to do for a grand.

money
02-16-2003, 10:44 AM
Just say you dont have it. Keep it simple!

Jackjrct
02-16-2003, 11:31 AM
It really depends on the dancer. I have lent money out, lnowing that I will never see it. I have also lent money out, that did get repaid. To this dancer, if she asked for a grand, I would lend it. You have to know the person well enough to trust a grand to. Unless you don't wish to be repaid.

Or let me change the topic for you....

A waitress asks to borrow money

A teller asks to borrow money

They are all females. Is the a difference? Is there a difference because she is a dancer? Or is a female a female, no matter what job? Fill in any job description you wish, but the same thought should follow each....know the person.

sol_de_pr2
02-16-2003, 11:36 AM
I know what type of lollipop my ATF loves. I'll give her that ;D

RealGuy
02-16-2003, 02:33 PM
Seams like I just answered this on another thread. But no I will not lend out cash. My time is my money and I most certainly will talk to the ladies and even help them devise a plan to make it all work out. I'll even drive them to the court house and back. Once though I did buy an outfit while driving a stripper to work. I just looked so hot on her while she was trying it on. She could only pick one, so I picked up the tab for the other. RG

whispers
02-16-2003, 06:13 PM
................ I just looked so hot on her while she was trying it on. She could only pick one, so I picked up the tab for the other. RG


Was that a "slip" or one of those experiences that gets me to buy a new outfit at times............

I just looked so hot on her while she was trying it on. .............

Many an escapade in a dressing room of a dance attire store has led to a new outfit for a lady ;)


Oh Yeah........ A grand will get ya 5 hours in the sack with 5 different escorts ........ loaning it to a dancer it will usually just result in your getting "fu#ked over"....

It's a rare occurance to get that much money repaid.....

There is a reason why banks won't lend money and they have a lot more going for them than most of us do in making that kind of decision.

I won't say that I never did it...... A lot of the experience I have with these ladies has come the hard way.... ;)

Shoot2Thrill
02-17-2003, 02:08 PM
Or let me change the topic for you....

A waitress asks to borrow money

A teller asks to borrow money

They are all females. Is the a difference? Is there a difference because she is a dancer? Or is a female a female, no matter what job?

What flavor lollipop would you suggest, my bank has cherry!

Dharmabum
02-18-2003, 09:00 AM
No offense, but the question is a bit silly;I wouldn't lend that much money to anyone I wasn't exceptionally close with period!

I have given dancers money before when they've needed it, but it's always been with the understanding that it was a gift; if they paid me back fine, if not that was fine too.

jonbecker03
09-07-2004, 02:36 PM
A dancer once volunteered to loan ME money. Have any of you had a similar experience, or am I unique in this respect? (I would have taken the money from her, too. But I didn't know when I was going to see her again.)

radiowinz
09-07-2004, 09:06 PM
Getting a dancer to pay back money is nearly impossible. The way my AFT worked it out was: I lent her $1000.00. I bought in effect advance dances for the money. The club charges $200.00 for a VIP of which the girl gets $125.00 and the club gets $75. The $1000.00 represented 8 dances. 125 x 8. I paid the $75.00 to the club and we would alternate between a free dance and then the next dance would be a paid one. Her incentive to do the free dances was to get to the next fully paid dance. I would tip her for both the free dances and the paid dances. I know in my heart that if I hadn't made it so attractive a deal to her that I never would have been repaid that money and I never would have danced with her again. In total she borrowed money 6 or seven times during the last three years in amounts from $300.00 to $1000.00 and Sunday night her free dance zeroed out her last borrowing. Today she started nursing school and I wish her all the luck in the world. She only plans to dance on Saturday nights from now on.

uranage
09-07-2004, 10:48 PM
Don't lend the money if you cannot afford to lose it.

Katrine
09-08-2004, 03:36 AM
ya'll are suckers ;)