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azcustomer
08-21-2006, 09:32 PM
Some of us like to get very personal and ask their "real name" or where they live, work out.

Some of us like to talk politics and sports.

Some may try inoccuous subject like the weather.

And some customers just like to get down to business.

But seriously, what are some of the more creative and unusual conversations you've had with strippers you've really enjoyed?

Are there any great convo starters you've learned to use?

CalifSCVisitor65
08-21-2006, 09:51 PM
If they're new to Vegas and it's only like their 1st or 2nd time dancing in Vegas, I tell them about the "new" Outlet Mall...LOL
}:D

evh1980
08-22-2006, 12:57 AM
I guess I'm generally a conversationalist ... dunno, I talk about whatever seems to fit the moment... sometimes it's about my interests ... or perhaps something weird that I just observed. Or maybe it's a bit more brainy and about current events ...

Mostly it's whatever random stuff I'd talk to anyone about. It also depends on how into 'conversation' the dancer is :P Sometimes it's strictly business...

GenWar
08-22-2006, 06:19 AM
Jeez...anything and everything...

* The club, the dj, the stage, the layout and every detail about the place we are at.
* Her. Anything from appearance (flattery, only) to clothes and shoes (Gen LOVES Stripper Shoes.), to hobbies and just generally getting to know her. As personal as she will get. I don't mind hearing about SOs, other jobs, personal challenges and goals. I also don't care if they make it up, though it gets confusing when the same wonderful girl tells me two different out of club occupations. (You KNOW who you are. ;) )
* Activities. What's going on tonight? Drinking, smoking, etc. Usually leads into general conversation about said topics. You get a girl that likes to drink on the job and you can have a good long talk about all the drinks you are buying her.
* People watching (other custys only). Interesting dynamics that are playing out in the club. Like the guy sitting at perverts row eating wings or the guy who has tipped the girl on stage more than $50 in tens but she still doesn't go and sit with him after. Or the guy who just sits and doesn't buy a dance from any girl (only to find out later that it is because he is waiting for the girl I am talking to. :-[ )
* Politics and current events. Can be tricky because I am a) generally uninformed b) generally unintelligent c) generally uninsightful and d) generally a Dubya supporter. All of these things mean that most girls I would choose to discuss politics and current events would NOT choose to discuss them with me. :-\
* Sports teams. I LOVE a dancer who has a long standing and deep seeded love of any sports team. I personally only started liking sports about 18 months ago, so I have the knowledge and insight of the average uninterested lady.
* The industry. The job of being a dancer and the challenges, rewards and pitfalls of such. The role of being a customer and the rights, responsibilities and rewards thereto. Sometimes, if we get really really deep, I will confide my dream to own a strip club. Of course, this will remain a dream because Dreamland is the only place this is a fun, practical and enjoyable endeavor.
* Movies, Music and Entertainment. Everyone sees movies and dancers listen to far more popular music (my 2nd favorite genre) than they would like. You can always discuss this with them. If you're REALLY lucky, you can get a dancer with a similar interest in books. Then, you are REALLY in business.

Last Resorts (If I can't get anything else to work, I will try these topics):
* Me. What I do for fun or profit. Mrs. Gen and how to be a husband and a SCJ at the same time (IMHO, of course.)
* Club Management. More often than not, this will get a rant going but sometimes a rant is your only option for passionate conversation.
* Other girls. (See club management)
* Religion. (yeah, I've tried it.)

In the end, if you can't get a conversation going on ANY of these topics, (I've seen it happen.) then probably you have to start looking for a way to dismiss. But THAT is a whole other thread.

-gen

Susan Wayward
08-22-2006, 06:48 AM
I am a) generally uninformed b) generally unintelligent c) generally uninsightful and d) generally a Dubya supporter.

I really want to make a crack about this . . .

Guys, it's usually fine to talk about anything. We're strippers. It's our job to be able to talk about anything with you. More important than topic is rapport, obviously. I have plenty of great conversations with guys whose opinions on politics vary greatly from mine, because we can always talk about sports, hee hee. And if they don't like sports they probably agree with me on politics.

In the past couple of weeks my conversations at work have ranged from how you can't tell a woman's bra size by sight to new developments in genetics research to sexual positions to the superiority of the Rolling Stones to . . . you name it. It's just like any other bar; who knows what you'll talk about?

The Snark
08-22-2006, 07:16 AM
About a month ago I had a conversation with a visiting dancer from Toronto about mitochondrial DNA, Haile Selassie's visit to Jamaica in the 1960s, the Kaifeng Jews, Canada's marijuana laws, call centres in India, and the Women's Studies program at U of T.

Then she asked me if I wanted to fuck her for $150.

Farnham
08-22-2006, 08:28 AM
Agreed Gen, since I drift between the Republicans and the Libertarians politics wasn't a good topic for me in my clubbing days.
Although religion is a surprisingly fertile topic as long as you're not shooting fire and brimstone. I met a dancer once, she was very interested in religion, discussing the merits and drawbacks of the beliefs of different religions.

Classic'sMontana
08-22-2006, 08:34 AM
I enjoy it when guys talk about nearly anything....EXCEPT.... (what is your REAL name) (How many kids do you have) (Are you married)... Generally if guys exhibit decent social skills and are intelligent they have more chance for me being open with them about more personal things --as opposed to starting conversation with, "Hey Montana, what's your real name?" I like politics, religion, science, finance (of course), and I LOVE a GOOD sense of humor. (I also like a fun debate)

_____I am allowed to respond over on this side, right???

:)

doc-catfish
08-22-2006, 09:22 AM
I enjoy it when guys talk about nearly anything....EXCEPT.... (what is your REAL name) (How many kids do you have) (Are you married)... Generally if guys exhibit decent social skills and are intelligent they have more chance for me being open with them about more personal things
You know, the funny thing is, I would consider these subjects to be taboo myself. What stuns me is how many dancers I've met who actually volunteer to reveal that sort of information to me. I don't know, perhaps I just give off a vibe that its safe to tell me those sort of things.

But aside from the basic introductions, conversation usually simmers around:

1. Strip clubs in other cities (what they're like)
2. Their day job, or previous non-dancing jobs they've had
3. Local tourist attractions that aren't SC's.
4. Current events.

In otherwords, nothing terribly different from what I would discuss with a non-dancer. I just sort of go with the flow. Some gals aren't terribly talkative, and others are chatterboxes, but yes, it certainly does grease the wheels.

dlabtot
08-22-2006, 10:26 AM
I talk about the same shit I'd talk about with anybody.

azcustomer
08-22-2006, 11:22 AM
_____I am allowed to respond over on this side, right???

:)

With that ass, you can do anything you want, honey.;D

Cheif_Bigfoot
08-22-2006, 03:07 PM
I went out last night (shitty day at work and decided I wanted to end Monday on a good note) and the conversation was sorta all over the place. Happened to be a girl working from out of state that I really enjoyed the company of the last time I was there and she remembered me (was surprised) so it was easy to start a conversation. Talked about how long she was going to be in town, other clubs she works at, scl postings (i pointed her to the pink side actually), the guy sitting in the corner doing the crossword puzzle in the newspaper (wtf), how no one was working the floor (she would go make rounds on occasion but there wasn't many people there), pretty much anything without it really being anything personal.

Hm probably should have formated that as a list but oh well. I actually found that just reading the pink side gives me some things to talk about and start a conversation with. I would have known nothing about the dynamics of a club with this site and just even starting with something about the club or other customers seems to be a good place to start. Either that or she is just a great saleswoman (which works for me to).

ARCOR
08-22-2006, 05:45 PM
About a month ago I had a conversation with a visiting dancer from Toronto about mitochondrial DNA, Haile Selassie's visit to Jamaica in the 1960s, the Kaifeng Jews, Canada's marijuana laws, call centres in India, and the Women's Studies program at U of T.

Then she asked me if I wanted to fuck her for $150.


Aw... :(
Y $150?

lopaw
08-22-2006, 07:53 PM
Whenever a dancer sits down with me she'll usually start talking "girl" talk - hair, makeup, babies, waxing body parts, their boyfriends......stuff that usually will bore me to death. But I just smile & nod alot, and they usually seem happy enough to reward me with nice dances afterwards.

newbler
08-22-2006, 08:13 PM
Whenever a dancer sits down with me she'll usually start talking "girl" talk - hair, makeup, babies, waxing body parts, their boyfriends......stuff that usually will bore me to death. But I just smile & nod alot, and they usually seem happy enough to reward me with nice dances afterwards.

an old favorite of mine used to do that ALL the time.. i didnt mind thou, im a good listener and would offer my honest opinion on whatever she wanted to get off her chest

SeppeSai
08-23-2006, 04:11 PM
The ATF and I talk about just about anything that comes to mind. Movies, music, food, other dancers, old relationships, our families, our favorite things, and each other are things we've talked about from time to time.

Docido
08-23-2006, 05:16 PM
Just a few of the subjects I've discussed are: favorite directors, super-string theory, best vampire novels, what Buffy the Vampire Slayer says about our culture, doll collecting, travel, whether Andy Warhol is classic or dud, hopes, dreams, fears, dream interpretation, serial killers, quickest way to get hammered, penis size, porn and its discontents, mental illnesses, how to pass a drug test, reality TV, families - love em or hate em, whether the 90's was the classic age of Hip-Hop, overplayed songs, can you guess what drug that dancer is on, north vs. south, how many sexual partners have you had, BA's pros and cons, quantum mechanics, the club management – idiots or just tools, classic punk, when did Sabbath start to suck, concerts, how to be a Goth, tattoos – passé or not, drug addiction, sex addiction, car wrecks I’ve survived, alimony, adventures in drunk driving, why the show CSI sucks donkey balls, times you’ve been in the back of a police car, is Blue Monday the best song ever, favorite crime novels, poetry, make-up, who would you go gay for, are you a pervert, the DSM -IV, best animes ever, is Spongebob Squarepants sexy or not, Squidward - closeted gay, cartoon characters you'd fuck, selling your soul - hell yeah!, etc. etc. etc.

Whew!! The list is endless!!

Katrine
08-23-2006, 07:32 PM
All conversation is a front for negotiation.

Docido
08-23-2006, 07:53 PM
All conversation is a front for negotiation.

Absolutely!! I love it though when it's done with a little bit of imagination, flair, and wit. A little bit of sugar helps the negotiation go down. ;)

Pretty_Penny
08-23-2006, 09:07 PM
Whenever a dancer sits down with me she'll usually start talking "girl" talk - hair, makeup, babies, waxing body parts, their boyfriends......stuff that usually will bore me to death. But I just smile & nod alot, and they usually seem happy enough to reward me with nice dances afterwards.


WOW. i honestly don't know -any- girls personally at the club who do this. seems like a money killer right there. lol who the hell plops down and starts talking about boyfriends and babies???

lopaw
08-23-2006, 09:30 PM
WOW. i honestly don't know -any- girls personally at the club who do this. seems like a money killer right there. lol who the hell plops down and starts talking about boyfriends and babies???


well, the only thing I can figure is that since I'm a woman, maybe they assume that I want to talk about that kinda stuff. They wouldn't typically talk about those kinds of things with a male custy, and they also seem to want to vent abit. I'm usually more than happy to listen, and often lend a shoulder for them to cry on. Eventually they'll ask if I want a dance, and I'll usually say yes. It doesn't really kill the deal for me, since alot of the girls really need to unload, and afterwards during our dance(s), they treat me extra special!

It's a very symbioic relationship! :yinyang:

GenWar
08-24-2006, 06:10 AM
All conversation is a front for negotiation.

Only for the girls who are really working, ma'am. For those that don't want to work, either ever or just not that night, it can be a very enjoyable excuse to not do so. Many many times I have had terrific, dance-buying nights with ladies who spent the whole evening with me and then blamed me for them not working.

I remember one girl in Vegas who kept telling me, "I am gonna get up and go work the room." I would nod supportively. She would sit for a second and then say, "You want to order another shot." "I do." I would reply and then we drank more. I think I had to carry her to the DR we drank so much.

Just saying...in general, you are right. But, it takes all kinds...surely you had a night or two where you just sat around and didn't bother...;)

-gen

easy_e
08-24-2006, 07:21 AM
All conversation is a front for negotiation.

Hehe, very true. Last night a very bitter and and angry dancer stormed off muttering something that sounded like " two lousy dances for an hour of this bullshit, its been like this all night, all these motherf**kers wanna do is talk, 40 bucks doesn't even fill up my gas tank.....".

So much for my wit and charm, but OTOH, somehow I ended up in the champagne room for free with 2 young lovelies, and on the way out the angry dancer gave me the most evil and hateful look I've ever seen.

azcustomer
08-24-2006, 08:13 AM
All conversation is a front for negotiation.
Kat, while I hate to disagree with anyone as hot as you, I'm with GenWar on this one. I ordered a lap once from a gal, talked for two dances before getting one, then I went to the bar only to have her change out of her work clothes to sit with me and chat for the rest of the night.

We all have days at work when we just don't feel up to it and need a respite.

Katrine
08-24-2006, 08:39 AM
That comment was somewhat jocular. I've had many good conversations over the years as dancer and customer.

As a dancer, topic #1 was sex, followed by movies, music, travel, backgrounds, etc....

As a customer, I like to sniff out money in the room and strategize with the dancer, if she is open for it. But to be honest, I don't really like to spend too much time talking to the dancer, I want the action, and then I want her gone. Most strippers don't have much interesting to say.

lunchbox
08-24-2006, 08:51 AM
Taking a day off Kat?


But to be honest, I don't really like to spend too much time talking to the dancer, I want the action, and then I want her gone. Most strippers don't have much interesting to say.
Couldn't agree more, except it's not what that I have to say, I really just don't care.

azcustomer
08-24-2006, 09:31 AM
That comment was somewhat jocular. I've had many good conversations over the years as dancer and customer.
And how many dancers have ever used the word 'jocular'? Kat has consistently proven to have the broadest vocabulary here on the blue side. I also enjoy her ability to swith attitudes and perspectives with the comfort and ease of a well practiced yogi.

As a dancer, topic #1 was sex, followed by movies, music, travel, backgrounds, etc....
Interesting. As a rule, I never talk about sex, period. Not with dancers, not with friends, not with SO's - never. Why talk about something you'd much rather be doing? And - for me, talking about sex just ruins all the intensity surrounding the subject -- and act.

Movies? From time to time if there's a good one out at the time. Clerks II is the funniest movie of the year. I think I'll see it 3 times in the theater just to share the experience with my friends.

Music? A difficult topic for me unless the dancer has some deep roots in music history. Nothing ruins a discussion about music for me more than to have someone talk about thier favorite popular bands then unwittingly poke fun at some old good performers who were one of the inspirations/groundlayers for said fav. popular band.

I have come to prefer talking about the seemingly inane - What are your favorite words? Do you sleep on your back or your side? Dumb stuff which you can easily answer without fear of critique upon which you can quickly build a rapport. I've found these questions really piss off the hard hustlers and endear me to the gals not afraid to 'be a little real' ITC.

As a customer, I like to sniff out money in the room and strategize with the dancer, if she is open for it.
Yep, but then you have to get over the uncomfortable feeling she has that you aren't the easiest hustle in the room.

But to be honest, I don't really like to spend too much time talking to the dancer, I want the action, and then I want her gone. Most strippers don't have much interesting to say.
Alas, so true...:'(

xdamage
08-24-2006, 10:17 AM
Only for the girls who are really working, ma'am. For those that don't want to work, either ever or just not that night, it can be a very enjoyable excuse to not do so. Many many times I have had terrific, dance-buying nights with ladies who spent the whole evening with me and then blamed me for them not working.

I remember one girl in Vegas who kept telling me, "I am gonna get up and go work the room." I would nod supportively. She would sit for a second and then say, "You want to order another shot." "I do." I would reply and then we drank more. I think I had to carry her to the DR we drank so much.

Just saying...in general, you are right. But, it takes all kinds...surely you had a night or two where you just sat around and didn't bother...;)

-gen

Yea, I've enjoyed many nights in Vegas where the dancer made a choice to hang out and drink and lap dance for free for the night (well usually for a handful of dances, the rest free) just because. I'm honest about it though and tell them go for it if they want to work the floor. I'm just there for me and honest about that too.

However Vegas might be an exception. There are a lot of clubs, filled with a lot of girls, many of which are not full time strippers. They come and go for a few weeks a year to make some extra money. Many haven't been in the business long enough or don't work enough months each year to completely burn out to the point where it's just a job.

Still, having said that I spent 12hrs with a stripper at Sapphires when I was in Vegas last July. Cost me 4 dances and drinks for the two of us for the night. She has been in the business for 10 years. She just didn't feel like bothering with the hustle I guess or she just wanted to talk and unload. I'm pretty damn honest when I'm drunk, and she seemed to like the straight up honest discussion we had. She declined to do more dances for money, but stayed on my lap all night for free. It got rather hot and heavy but I cut it short it at taking it OTC because I have an SO and have limits.

And yes, it's a good ego stroking when a dancer spends the night with you without charging you. /shrug, I don't feel guilty about getting my ego stroked.

On the other hand I won't pay to just talk. If a dancer wants to talk it's going to have to be for free or not at all. I will pay for lapdances if I see something I like, but then I want that time spent dancing, not talking.

Casual Observer
08-24-2006, 01:10 PM
What Kat said in both her posts.

There's always exceptions (and I admit gravitating toward dancers that meet said exceptions on a more regular basis), but usually the level of discourse in the club isn't anything exciting.

GenWar
08-24-2006, 01:44 PM
^^I am so jealous of both of you (Kat and CO) that you lead lives such that conversations with beautiful women over drinks are commonplace and unexciting.

For me, that is pretty much all I get :)

-gen

P.S. The sarcasm level of this post is Green. Repeat, Sarcasm level is green.

mr_punk
08-24-2006, 05:21 PM
But seriously, what are some of the more creative and unusual conversations you've had with strippers you've really enjoyed?creative and unusual conversations? hmmm.......let's me think. nope, i'm outta gas.

I really want to make a crack about this . . .why not? this topic is practically begging for it.

More important than topic is rapport, obviously.very true.

Interesting. As a rule, I never talk about sex, period. Not with dancers, not with friends, not with SO's - never.i do. why bother with sublety in a sc? frankly, i'll eyeball a stripper from neck-to-toe as if she's a choice porterhouse steak. i'll stare at her cleavage and tell her she has nice tits. i'll tell her she has great ass and turn around and stick it out. so, i can get a good look at it. after all, that is the whole point of strippers putting their naughty bits on display for a customer's perusal.

As a customer, I like to sniff out money in the room and strategize with the dancer, if she is open for it. But to be honest, I don't really like to spend too much time talking to the dancer, I want the action, and then I want her gone. Most strippers don't have much interesting to say.same here. then again, i'm more of a PSE type customer.

FBR
08-24-2006, 05:36 PM
I dont think Ive posted here already...I didnt go back and check.

When Im one on one I tend to keep the coversation pretty benign...but when I have 3 or 4 strippers hanging out and drinking, katie bar the door LOL I dont have to do much other than maybe subtly introduce a topic and let em go at it LOL

A week or two ago I had Miss D, Miss A and one or two others partying with me. I'm not sure how it got strarted but the first thing I knew Miss D starting describing this gynecological instrument that her doc last used on her. She said it looked kinda, sorta like a penis most guys would be proud of and interestingly she thought it felt pretty good. If youve read any of my previous posts, you know I had to ask the obvious question ;) Which is a whole nuther story :O .

FBR

Katrine
08-24-2006, 05:41 PM
Kat has consistently proven to have the broadest vocabulary here on the blue side. I also enjoy her ability to swith attitudes and perspectives with the comfort and ease of a well practiced yogi.
Awwww, you're the sweetest shill ever! ;)


Interesting. As a rule, I never talk about sex, period. Not with dancers, not with friends, not with SO's - never. Why talk about something you'd much rather be doing? And - for me, talking about sex just ruins all the intensity surrounding the subject -- and act.

Now that's just insane. Sex is the best subject ever. Everyone likes it and has their interests and preferences. Its a great sales tool, and gets the customer potentially riled up. Damn Az, I bet you don't even talk dirty in the sack, for shame. :-\


Yep, but then you have to get over the uncomfortable feeling she has that you aren't the easiest hustle in the room.


Not really, most dancers don't try to put the hard hustle on female customers, especially fellow and former strippers. Besides, I don't really care if she feels "uncomfortable." If she isn't comfortable hanging out and dancing for someone like me, she is in the wrong business, because I am as cool as they come in regards to customers.

I keep the conversation short, don't waste time, and get dances ASAP.

If I'm not interested, I will let her know so she can go elsewhere.

If I like the girl, I will get her myself, she doesn't even need to hustle me.

I don't touch without permission, and I tip extra.

No, I'm not going to spend $1,000 and buy a bottle of Dom, but I'm fucking hot, don't wear skirts with no panties, and don't ask for extras or threesomes.

If anything "extra" does occur, it is, and has been, 100% dancer inititated. Boys, we aren't even playing the same sport. :P

mr_punk
08-24-2006, 08:22 PM
Now that's just insane. Sex is the best subject ever. Everyone likes it and has their interests and preferences. Its a great sales tool, and gets the customer potentially riled up.true, it is a great sales tool. if it's performed properly. recently, i was approached by this tall, thin, hard-bodied stripper who plopped down in my lap. now, i don't normally buy dances soon after i walk into a sc. i need time to decompress and get in touch with my inner pervert. anyway, i saw her out the corner of my eye as she approached me and completely ignored her, but she didn't take the hint. in any case, i planned to give her the heave-ho after her introductory spiel. however, after i turned her down and she stood up to leave. she paused for a moment, while she pulled down the back of her very, tiny and tight mini-skirt.

i did a double-take. actually, willy did a double-take and exclaimed, "sweet jiminy christmas! this girl's ass is so round. she can barely pull that dress over it". "hold on, let's not be so hasty...er....what was your name again?", i said as i grabbed her hand. so, we chatted a bit. what did we chat about? what did she look like facially? i have no freaking clue, but i'm think it had something to do with her awesome ass and me biting it. anyway, i do know spent a lot of time looking over her shoulders and staring down at her boobs, while she sat in my lap and made small, grinding circles with her ass as i started to sprout wood. at some point, she said, "you're very hard. i think you're ready for a dance". true, i was guilty as charged on both counts. "you took the words right out of my mouth", i replied. she turned out to be real friendly.

oh yeah. obviously, the drawback (if it can be called a drawback) of not wearing shorts (sans underwear) in a sc is when you pitch a tent. in fact, after i stood up. the stripper asked me if i wanted to wait. yeah right, like i care if i'm walking around a sc and pitching a tent. i thought that was the whole point.

azcustomer
08-24-2006, 10:28 PM
Awwww, you're the sweetest shill ever!
Hey, I didn't even touch on your lapdancing skills! Kat, you know you're my all time favorite - well... because of that thing that you do... :-X

Hope to see you again this weekend.;D

Now that's just insane. Sex is the best subject ever. Everyone likes it and has their interests and preferences. Its a great sales tool, and gets the customer potentially riled up. Damn Az, I bet you don't even talk dirty in the sack, for shame.
Less talk, more action - we can talk about it while laughing and gasping when it's over. I'm no good with chatterboxes who expect me to participate.
Hey, let's just work on trusting each other in the sack and only say something when you feel uncomfortable. I like Yek's "Strawberry" code word.

Don't tell me what you're going to do to me - SUPRISE ME. I have had sex with a few chatterboxes who like to talk dirty. However, in MY experience with these gals:

When all is said and done, there's a lot more said... than done.

If anything "extra" does occur, it is, and has been, 100% dancer inititated. Boys, we aren't even playing the same sport. :P
Yes Kat, you are hot and you know I love buying doubles matches with you and another gal. It's strange how they always give their portion of the payout to you.

However, please don't think that you're the only 'good customer' who's been um, well - 'used'. Just last week I got four dances from the hottest gal in the club who went a little crazy. }:D

She never asked and went ahead with a 'frankly I don't care if you give a damn' attitude. When we were finished, she smiled sheepishly at me and I told her: "Okay, but for that last bit, I think you owe me a dollar." She laughed and said: "Yes I do..."

Classic'sMontana
08-25-2006, 08:07 AM
P.S. The sarcasm level of this post is Green. Repeat, Sarcasm level is green.


I love this.... Can I use it ^^^^?

:D

Classic'sMontana
08-25-2006, 08:09 AM
With that ass, you can do anything you want, honey.;D


Wow. ;D Thanks!

I was thinking about buying that T-shirt Hell shirt that says something like :

With an ass like this, who needs tits

or...

sorry...
off topic.
;)

Bob_Loblaw
08-25-2006, 09:05 PM
It depends on the dancer as cookie cutter conversations aren't all that rewarding or insightful. Whatever she is comfortable talking about would be my answer. I generally let her control the conversation and wait for cues on subjects she'd be interested in talking about. It usually helps a dancer feel more comfortable with me and if it leads to a dance, it becomes all the more better for both parties.

cherryripeboy
09-04-2006, 06:25 PM
Lets see, well sports is out for me.

I had a good short convo about trying to stop getting too many carbos and how the hell to get rice out of a mostly asian diet.

I tend to mention odd but not offensive stories from the news that have been the The lounge, seing if they catch the thread, and if I can sniff out if their a poster on SW, or if they can figure out who I am.

Giving comical responses to my penchant for red bull, and why I order it.

-Talk enough to build raport.... beyond that it depends on the dancer, and if I in someway know her or click.

There are some out there, that just can't do it for me, and of course there is occasionaly the dancer that will ruin me for the rest of the night, if I don't spend all my money on her. By ruin I mean that, no other dancer is really that intersting after her.

If I knew one was an anime freak, well I'd be worried about how much all this talking was costing me. Then again, different dancers, different games, different paths, and different costs.

It is really funny when being in a strip club starts reminding me of those dating anime games that, give you a series of answers in response to a lady's question. I love seing where the answers take you.

I've had some fun convo about Melb'n as well.