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CarGuy
04-01-2007, 11:58 AM
Well, my ATF recently quit dancing. I was her last night, about 2 months ago. She never danced much, just here and there, and she waitresses at the club, thats how I met her a year ago.

She recently drove 2 hours to my shop to have me look at her car. A friend damaged it, and she wanted it repaired. Now this was a minor deal, and involved no more than about 10 minutes of buffing to remove the offending white paint. I was very surprised she came. You all know how reliable dancers are.

She wound up staying about 5 hours. We talked, she worked on her bills and checkbook and stuff. We even broke out the left over GlenLivit from the private party in January...LOL. It was a great visit. She made it clear that she did not drive 2 hours just to have me buff the car, rather she wanted to hang out. Is this odd? We were going to get some lunch, but we hung out basically. I liked the fact we spent some time together without her taking off her clothes. She was super sexy in her "PJ's" as she called them...no make up etc. I guess it wasn't totally clothed since she felt she HAD to show me her bewbies were getting bigger (from not dancing I guess).

I told her I would fix her car for free, but she insists on paying for the repairs. Fine by me, as I will figure out a way to give it back anyway. Even if I have to go see her and buy a $100 bottle of water. LOL.

I think I have certainly fell down the PL slippery slope on this one. It's weird, I don't even feel like going to the club or any other one for that matter.

I felt kinda guilty having her drive all that way...so I tried to give her some gas money. $30..so it was nothing, but she didn't want it either, and kinda got pissy.

Get the popcorn, start the flames. What the heck do you make of this?

Jenny
04-01-2007, 12:21 PM
Hmm.

I say... she found the $30 to be an insultingly low offer.

What is it you want to hear? That she loves you and desires you and wants you to tie her up in your basement?

Moneywise
04-01-2007, 01:06 PM
Same ol Jenny. They giving out mod tags at the local Wal-Marts nowadays? :P

I've got the popcorn buttered & ready carguy. Keep us informed of the developments. ;)

Jenny
04-01-2007, 01:13 PM
Same ol Jenny. :P
Thank you! You're sweet. Well, not really, but I'm going to act like that was a compliment.

They giving out mod tags at the local Wal-Marts nowadays?Well, I got mine at the Bay. But I hear you can get like a pack of 3 at Walmart for the same price.

Nicolina
04-01-2007, 01:14 PM
I say... she found the $30 to be an insultingly low offer.

But if that were the case, wouldn't she have accepted the free car repair? I mean, my first thought in reading this was that she was hustling him for free auto repair...but then she insisted on paying him. I dunno; the only reasons I would have driven two hours to get my car fixed by a former regular would be a) free repairs or b) I was interested in hanging out with the guy, as a friend or maybe more.

Can you think of an option c?

Seems to me that if she'd been trying to encourage an OTC pay-for-play or sugardaddy relationship of some kind, things would have gone differently.

Although, I have to say that "working on her bills and checkbook and stuff" in front of him seems kind of fishy....Why would she have chosen that moment to do something that a person usually does at the kitchen table at home?

Jenny
04-01-2007, 01:26 PM
Nic, I was kidding. I just don't think there is much to make. The girl is retired from dancing (at least for now). She visited someone and hung out. What is there to make of that?

It's just that these guys accuse US of being flakes and drama queens; a friendly visit and they are all "What's going on? What's going on? What's she doing? What's she planning? What MIGHT she plan at some point in the future? How can we make something perfectly mundane some kind of juicy story? How can we build this up into a audience worthy drama?"

Like she visited. She chatted. She can pay for her own gas. What's the big thing?

BrunetteGoddess
04-01-2007, 01:34 PM
Driving for 2 hours to buff a scratch out that took all of 10 minutes is not something someone does normally. She sounds like she really wanted to see you. Who knows? Ride it out.

FBR
04-01-2007, 01:52 PM
Carguy, you shouldnt have offered her money. Duh. Now she thinks you view her as a whore. And an inexpensive one at that.

Dude, I know you are careful after reading all the jaded shit down here, but once in a great while the girl actually wants you because she wants you.
FBR

SportsWriter2
04-01-2007, 03:50 PM
Nic, I was kidding. I just don't think there is much to make.

Memo to Jenny: Nic joined us for Cesar Chavez long weekend and might even stay for spring break. Please try to be more analytical. :-\

Jenny
04-01-2007, 04:06 PM
sporty, come on. Nic does NOT love me for my keen analytical skills. She has you for that.

mr_punk
04-01-2007, 04:40 PM
I told her I would fix her car for free, but she insists on paying for the repairs.LOL...yeah, believe that one when you have the cash (no checks. it might bounce) in hand.

I think I have certainly fell down the PL slippery slope on this one. It's weird, I don't even feel like going to the club or any other one for that matter.yes, i imagine it would feel weird agreeing to fix your ATF's car for free and without first sucking her titties and working a finger underneath her g-string beneath the dim lighting and sounds of a sc.

I felt kinda guilty having her drive all that way...so I tried to give her some gas money. $30..so it was nothing, but she didn't want it either, and kinda got pissy.it sounds like one of those stripper, "i'm not a dirty whore" moments.

What the heck do you make of this?<shrug> well, if you want to find out. instead of asking what does she want. instead ask yourself, what do you want. do you want to bake her cookies or do you want to lock down on some tail?

CarGuy
04-01-2007, 04:52 PM
Carguy, you shouldnt have offered her money. Duh. Now she thinks you view her as a whore. And an inexpensive one at that.

Dude, I know you are careful after reading all the jaded shit down here, but once in a great while the girl actually wants you because she wants you.
FBR

I know I shouldn't have...but it was a long drive. And believe me, if anything was offered for $$ I have plenty around to make anything happen. But it is never about the $$.

Nic...The bills were for a business she helps run..not personal stuff.

I think I will let her pay....I think it's an excuse to come back out.

We'll see what happens this week.

xdamage
04-01-2007, 05:01 PM
Carguy, you shouldnt have offered her money. Duh. Now she thinks you view her as a whore. And an inexpensive one at that.

Dude, I know you are careful after reading all the jaded shit down here, but once in a great while the girl actually wants you because she wants you.
FBR

Agreed with this. It's not impossible, and it does happen. Maintain your sense of self-preservation of course, but don't be so jaded you miss out on a good thing (assuming u like her)

SportsWriter2
04-01-2007, 07:28 PM
CarGuy, she spent nine hours on you. She wanted to pay you; she wants you to think of her as responsible person. You could have given her your "good friends" rate.

She wanted to show you her boobs. You could have said, "Nice, how did you do that? That's better than taking Yaz." If she doesn't know about Yaz, she'll want you to tell her. Make her think you care about her well-being.

You could have said, "I like having you here. I have to keep things running, but make yourself at home."

Don't offer her money... ever. Ask her what she likes. Ask her what turns her on. If you both like pulling hair, that covers her trip right there. Secret freaks make the best friends.

Good luck. :)

MotherChucker
04-01-2007, 10:22 PM
...Secret freaks make the best friends...


Amen!:tapedshut

Nicolina
04-02-2007, 01:38 PM
sporty, come on. Nic does NOT love me for my keen analytical skills. She has you for that.

Oh, Jenny. I love you for so very many reasons, your keen analytical skills being just one item in a long list. :)


Memo to Jenny: Nic joined us for Cesar Chavez long weekend and might even stay for spring break. :-\

:) You know you're living in SoCal when you have school on President's Day but not on Cesar Chavez Day.

Though...if you haven't noticed, I've been spending far too much time around here lately...:-\


As to Jenny's question about why guys make "mundane" things like this into a big deal---In all fairness, guys who frequent SCs and hang out on SW/SCJ have had it mercilessly pounded into their heads that the stripper never likes him, that she is only interested in his money, that he does not, under any circumstances, no matter how inviting she may seem, have a snowball's chance in hell of ever doing anything with her that doesn't cost him money.......Well, I can see how a guy might freak out a little when things happen that don't seem in keeping with that script.

Heck, strippers freak out a little when they get crushes on customers, because it is so out of the ordinary. A crush on a non-customer is perfectly mundane, a crush on a customer is something to pick apart and agonize over in a Stripping General thread....

Phil-W
04-02-2007, 04:53 PM
Actually, first thing I've noticed is that if a dancer wants to be your friend (for real) outside of work, they rapidly take money out of the equation.

Guess she was trying to do this - "hey, I've come to see you and money's got nothing to do with it" - so of course she got upset when you offered $$$'s.

If you got on well with her in the SC and treated her as she wanted, i.e. as a person first and foremost and not as a dancer, she may well have taken a liking to you.

As Nicolina says, it's rare but it does happen.

If you like her, relax and enjoy it, but you'll both have to make a mental change of gears from dancer/customer to friend/friend.

Phil.

Howie
04-02-2007, 05:25 PM
I felt kinda guilty having her drive all that way...so I tried to give her some gas money. $30..so it was nothing, but she didn't want it either, and kinda got pissy.

Of course she'd going to get pissy when you try to hand her money. You should always leave it in plain sight in the bathroom or in an unmarked envelope on the dresser.

mr_punk
04-02-2007, 05:45 PM
As to Jenny's question about why guys make "mundane" things like this into a big deal---In all fairness, guys who frequent SCs and hang out on SW/SCJ have had it mercilessly pounded into their heads that the stripper never likes him, that she is only interested in his money, that he does not, under any circumstances, no matter how inviting she may seem, have a snowball's chance in hell of ever doing anything with her that doesn't cost him moneybut doesn't it occur without SCJ? i mean, one doesn't need to read MB to know that strippers have a whore's mentality (not that there's anything wrong with that). furthermore, when you consider the high degree of importance many customers place on authenticity. one doesn't need to read MB to know that sex workers are actresses to a degree. so, once men find out they can be actresses while rubbing on their dicks. it's seems to be a common reaction to wonder if she's acting with him.

Of course she'd going to get pissy when you try to hand her money. You should always leave it in plain sight in the bathroom or in an unmarked envelope on the dresser.ROTFLMAO...seriously, you might have a point because she might not get the meaning.

Jenny
04-02-2007, 11:38 PM
As to Jenny's question about why guys make "mundane" things like this into a big deal---In all fairness, guys who frequent SCs and hang out on SW/SCJ have had it mercilessly pounded into their heads that the stripper never likes him, that she is only interested in his money, that he does not, under any circumstances, no matter how inviting she may seem, have a snowball's chance in hell of ever doing anything with her that doesn't cost him money.......Well, I can see how a guy might freak out a little when things happen that don't seem in keeping with that script.
Yes but the other half of what we say is "BUT we don't know her, it could happen and the only way to know is to give it a shot". I mean we know that statistically we are not interested in most customers; but we also know that we are interested in one or two. In any case, I was teasing, not raking the dude over the coals.

FBR
04-03-2007, 03:55 PM
Heck, strippers freak out a little when they get crushes on customers, because it is so out of the ordinary. A crush on a non-customer is perfectly mundane, a crush on a customer is something to pick apart and agonize over in a Stripping General thread.... And the agonizing and hand wringing often results a rationalization that goes further such as transfiguring the guy into someone who really wasn't a customer at all in an effort to make the attraction palatable. He's the guy who happened to run out of gas right in front of the strip club. Or is there just to give a drunk buddy a ride home. Or was forced to visit the club due to buddy peer pressure.

FBR

Casual Observer
04-04-2007, 04:51 AM
^ Well said. God forbid he actually spent money at the club--that would be just, like, you know, gross. Or something.

Jenny
04-04-2007, 07:29 AM
Well, FBR - come on. What do you want from us? You guys are repulsive. It's either just admit that we're slumming or differentiate the cute ones in some way.

FBR
04-05-2007, 05:29 PM
Well, FBR - come on. What do you want from us? You guys are repulsive. It's either just admit that we're slumming or differentiate the cute ones in some way.

Jenny, I do understand. Really. I'm sensitive that way. But it pains me so. Kinda makes me want to do a Charlton Heston when he saw the Statue of Liberty half buried in the sand.

FBR

xdamage
04-06-2007, 06:00 PM
Jenny, I do understand. Really. I'm sensitive that way. But it pains me so. Kinda makes me want to do a Charlton Heston when he saw the Statue of Liberty half buried in the sand.

FBR

Well, you could always stop spending. We all could. Then there would be no more repulsed strippers. Problem solved.

Jenny
04-06-2007, 06:08 PM
Dude -
a) I would actually appreciate if you would. Really, I think that would make a sizable dent. FBR may stay and frantically scream that we blew it up (did I get that right? I'm sure there is a pun in there; I'm just not quite sure how to extract)

b) You should know, better than the average person, that finding you far too revolting to sleep with, date or talk to recreationally doesn't mean that we won't take your money.

Moneywise
04-06-2007, 07:29 PM
b) You should know, better than the average person, that finding you far too revolting to sleep with, date or talk to recreationally doesn't mean that we won't take your money.


I'll go on record as stating that not all dancers find customers revolting. As a matter of fact, a good percentage actually do what you say won't happen. This isn't to create an argument with you. Everyone knows we could go back and forth all month long arguing the point. It's simply a fact based upon experience. I understand it's your schtick though so carry on. ;)

Jenny
04-06-2007, 07:37 PM
I'll go on record as stating that not all dancers find customers revolting. As a matter of fact, a good percentage actually do what you say won't happen. This isn't to create an argument with you. Everyone knows we could go back and forth all month long arguing the point. It's simply a fact based upon experience. I understand it's your schtick though so carry on. ;)
Gosh thanks, hon. Without your permission, I would have just stopped.

I've gone on record saying that not all dancers find all customers revolting - a much more compelling and reasonable position. But I can guarantee that all dancers find some customers revolting. And really - tell me honestly; do you really, truly think that not a single dancer remembers you with a small shudder and thinks "The money so wasn't worth it" or "Ick; at least I got paid"? This isn't to create an argument with you, by the way. Just a fact, based on experience. I understand your schtick though, so carry on. ;D

And what did I say wouldn't happen? I've actually just reread my previous posts, and I'm not seeing anything.

Moneywise
04-06-2007, 07:41 PM
jab sent jab returned.

As stated, I will spare everyone with another 12 paged back and forth. It's not that serious. :)

xdamage
04-07-2007, 06:47 AM
Actually I don't care much myself. I just find it amusing and ironic when the shoe is on the other foot and J is one of the first to be scream how wrong it is for customers to use stripper services yet despise them at the same time. There are bound to be more customers who visit the boards like say, Derek, who referred to strippers as (more or less) useful pieces of meat, revolting as human beings, but useful for getting off. Then of course there are strippers, like J, who refer to customers as revolting man scum, but useful for their $$s. The mutual loathing for two people that need each other and feed off each other is palable.

Jenny
04-07-2007, 07:04 AM
Dude - seriously for a second. Do you actually think I made a post especially to call FBR repulsive? Like seriously? It was a joke, you tool. He seemed to get it, so don't worry. I don't know if it is sadder that you took that seriously, or that you are taking Derek seriously.

You're such a cliche that it's almost cute. But not quite. Like "I don't care, but..." Like, geez - defensive much?

mr_punk
04-07-2007, 07:23 AM
But I can guarantee that all dancers find some customers revolting. And really - tell me honestly; do you really, truly think that not a single dancer remembers you with a small shudder and thinks "The money so wasn't worth it" or "Ick; at least I got paid"?really? you mean the expression on their faces isn't from the pain of being split apart by a PL's three incher? instead, it's an expression of intense revulsion and nausea commonly seen on the faces of female performers appearing in any porn film with ron jeremy? hmmm...hey, there's only a minute to go. so, shake it off, biatches! rub some dirt on it!

xdamage
04-07-2007, 07:45 AM
I don't know if it is sadder that you took that seriously, or that you are taking Derek seriously.

But you two would make such a perfect couple. He'd be like EWW, it's one of those skanky whores who puts out for money, and you'd be like EWW, it's one of those repulsive customers who has to pay for it. You two would have so much in common that way don't you think?

Jenny
04-07-2007, 07:51 AM
And there is also the fact that we both clearly have a much more sophisticated sense of humour and satire than you. But you know - entering into a relationship based only on our mutual superiority to you just doesn't seem like enough. He'd also have to like dogs.

xdamage
04-07-2007, 08:05 AM
Ah okay got you, and all along I've been taking you're rants about loser men and customers so seriously. So next time you go off about say, oh what a horrific experience it is to be objectified by customers as a sex objects, I'll be sure to remember it's all just a big joke, a unique form of humor that my mind doesn't fully grasp, and laugh it off as funny.

And it's too bad too, because I love animals, particularly dogs.

evan_essence
04-07-2007, 03:22 PM
But you two would make such a perfect couple. He'd be like EWW, it's one of those skanky whores who puts out for money ....WTF?!? I expect you to mischaracterize Jenny, but you're not reading the same Derek I did. As a playah, Derek didn't call his providers skanky whores. That would be insulting his own tastes. Rather, he bragged about what great deals he got.

-Ev

xdamage
04-08-2007, 02:51 AM
^^^

True, there are probably better pairs, however Derek seemed to delight in denigrating the very people who he was dependent on for his entertainment. He would pair up well with a dancer who takes great pleasure in devaluing customers.

Phil-W
04-08-2007, 05:54 AM
Ah okay got you, and all along I've been taking you're rants about loser men and customers so seriously. So next time you go off about say, oh what a horrific experience it is to be objectified by customers as a sex objects, I'll be sure to remember it's all just a big joke, a unique form of humor that my mind doesn't fully grasp, and laugh it off as funny.

I think it's called irony.

(Of couse, it could all be a double bluff on Jenny's part).


I've gone on record saying that not all dancers find all customers revolting - a much more compelling and reasonable position. But I can guarantee that all dancers find some customers revolting.

You can't fool all of the people all of the time, but you can fool some of the people all of the time?

Phil.

Jenny
04-08-2007, 09:09 AM
^^^

True, there are probably better pairs, however Derek seemed to delight in denigrating the very people who he was dependent on for his entertainment. He would pair up well with a dancer who takes great pleasure in devaluing customers.
xdamage - tell me something. Is it really very sad being so defensive about women finding you repulsive that it completely vitiates your basic reading comprehension skills? Like, dude, I don't know you, but dancers either find you gross or they don't. There's nothing you can do about it; just own it. Look at punk - "Yeah, you think this is disgusting? Like it matters what you think!" He's come to terms with his own repulsiveness and embraced it. Just stop fighting it, okay? Because seriously - this issue of disgust with customers is so not my issue - proJECtion. I am not responsible for how women look at you; only you can take responsibility for that. So when you're fighting me, you're only fighting yourself. Just - love yourself, and the love of other people will follow, alright?

Now here: :hug:
Have a little huggy smiley (of course, it goes without saying that I would never actually touch you in real life, but in smiley form I can manage - but if it makes you feel any better, I hug my customers ALL the time - so it has nothing to do with your status as a stripclub customer); and learn how to love yourself and stop projecting your issues onto me, alright? Now you have a really nice day. I was personally raised without religion, but happy easter.

BTW - Can I just go on record saying once and finally that I LIKE my customers? I am friends with some customers and former customers and I have dated customers. The fact that some customers are cool and fun, doesn't mean, though, that I'm obliged to like ALL of them. That's just unreasonable.

Docido
04-08-2007, 09:33 AM
I've gone on record saying that not all dancers find all customers revolting - a much more compelling and reasonable position. But I can guarantee that all dancers find some customers revolting. And really - tell me honestly; do you really, truly think that not a single dancer remembers you with a small shudder and thinks "The money so wasn't worth it" or "Ick; at least I got paid"? ;D


To quote those goofball poets of dumbass, The Bloodhound Gang - "The lap dance is always better when the stripper's crying." ::)

Most of us know there are a small percentage of dancers that actually like us, a vast majority that are largely indifferent (We're just another wallet opening in the night), and some that find us repulsive, but are quite happy to hold their noses and take the money. Any sane junkie will have made peace with this fact a long time ago.

Jenny
04-08-2007, 09:36 AM
To quote those goofball poets of dumbass, The Bloodhound Gang - "The lap dance is always better when the stripper's crying." ::) How about if she is throwing up in her mouth? Or does that run into just being unprofessional?

Docido
04-08-2007, 09:39 AM
Jenny, for some people I think that would be classified as an extra. :D

mr_punk
04-08-2007, 09:59 AM
Look at punk - "Yeah, you think this is disgusting? Like it matters what you think!" He's come to terms with his own repulsiveness and embraced it.yeah, that's right. hold on, i did? when did this happen?

How about if she is throwing up in her mouth? Or does that run into just being unprofessional?nah, you just roll her over on her side, stay downwind and continue plugging away.

FBR
04-08-2007, 10:12 AM
Dude - seriously for a second. Do you actually think I made a post especially to call FBR repulsive? Like seriously? It was a joke, you tool. He seemed to get it, so don't worry.

Jenny I wasn't worried. I know you wouldn't devote an entire post to my repulsiveness. I mean, sure, in passing or as an afterthought you might mention it, but never as the topic de jeur;)

FBR

Casual Observer
04-08-2007, 08:00 PM
BTW - Can I just go on record saying once and finally that I LIKE my customers? I am friends with some customers and former customers and I have dated customers.

I'm sure I'm not the only one that recalls this--how could we not? It could easily be something of a shock given your railing against the patriarchy and SCJs in general.


And really - tell me honestly; do you really, truly think that not a single dancer remembers you with a small shudder and thinks "The money so wasn't worth it" or "Ick; at least I got paid"?

I believe it everyday to the core of my perving being. I'm just not that repulsive--on the contrary, given the choice between the average SC-goer and myself, I think I'd win every time, money being equal.

Jenny
04-08-2007, 10:26 PM
I'm sure I'm not the only one that recalls this--how could we not? It could easily be something of a shock given your railing against the patriarchy and SCJs in general.
Hey - just because I don't like the patriarchy doesn't mean that I don't like men. It just means that I don't like heterosexual men. I kid - I don't (at least not unless I'm having a really bad night) despise my customers just for being customers. I've just defended the rights and reasons of other girls for doing so. There's a difference.


I believe it everyday to the core of my perving being. I'm just not that repulsive--on the contrary, given the choice between the average SC-goer and myself, I think I'd win every time, money being equal.
See! See! You totally.... oh my gosh, are you being funny here? Am I underestimating your sense of irony? I just said - you all sit around looking at other strip club customers thinking "Y'all are losers."

If you didn't read that - for shame CO. If you did, and you were being funny - well played, sir. Well played. My head exploded in a small, inconspicuous way - but it was definitely noticeable to the close observer.

yoda57us
04-09-2007, 04:43 AM
My retired ATF used to call me a "sweet pervert". Basically this meant that she looked forward to seeing me and my wallet every week and was less repulsed by me groping her than some of her other customers. Still, after she got my money and we spent an appropriate amount of time together she would go dance for every one of those gross guys with LD money in their hands.

In a valiant attempt to relate this to the original topic I will mention that I went to her apartment a couple of times to help her fix her computer while she was still dancing and we are still friends today four years after her retirement. She never offered me money for the computer repairs though I did get a few cups of really good Brazilian coffee out of the exchange.

xdamage
04-09-2007, 06:14 AM
xdamage - tell me something. Is it really very sad being so defensive about women finding you repulsive that it completely vitiates your basic reading comprehension skills? Like, dude, I don't know you, but dancers either find you gross or they don't. There's nothing you can do about it; just own it.

LMAO - you totally and completely misunderstood.

No, what's funny is how you're the first to get offended (and defensive) when a man/customer disses a stripper, yet the first to take every opportunity to get your digs in. See, you just couldn't help but tell us that you find customers repulsive.

But you have good advice, so I recommend taking it in the future. If a customer finds strippers to be flakey, or mr p. uses terms like whore, or etc., to describe what you do for a living, just accept it as fact. Some customers worship you like good little PLs, and some don't. There is nothing you do about it - just own it.

p.s. No I got your poor attempt at satire, motivated by a need a tell us all yet again how repulsive you find customers. I was kidding myself when I said I didn't get it, but apparently that went over your head.

Jenny
04-09-2007, 07:17 AM
LMAO - you totally and completely misunderstood.

No, what's funny is how you're the first to get offended (and defensive) when a man/customer disses a stripper, yet the first to take every opportunity to get your digs in. See, you just couldn't help but tell us that you find customers repulsive.
Oh, no, honey, that's you again. See - my point was that devaluing customers qua customers is NOT something I do except in satire - it's something you perceive because of your overwhelming defensiveness about being one. You have to pay for it - just get over it and love yourself anyway. It's not my fault.


But you have good advice, so I recommend taking it in the future. If a customer finds strippers to be flakey, or mr p. uses terms like whore, or etc., to describe what you do for a living, just accept it as fact. Some customers worship you like good little PLs, and some don't. There is nothing you do about it - just own it.
Um... isn't that what we do? I mean - I don't see anyone except the occasional tourist getting into your style of histrionics over punky calling us whores. In fact, that's kind of the schtick down here, isn't it? He calls us whores and we say "Yeah, so, what's your problem?" We tell him that he is compensating for an incredibly small penis and he says "Oh, it's smaller than you can even imagine." You're the only one in PMS-style histrionics.


p.s. No I got your poor attempt at satire, motivated by a need a tell us all yet again how repulsive you find customers. I was kidding myself when I said I didn't get it, but apparently that went over your head.
Really? You made a joke? Dude... you're just... not funny. I am. This makes a difference.

xdamage
04-09-2007, 11:11 AM
You have to pay for it - just get over it and love yourself anyway. It's not my fault.


Even in this statement, your loathing for customers comes out - you've just insulted every junkie here btw by making it clear that's how you perceive us, as people who have to pay for it.

Imagine if you will that one of the guys was to hang out on the pink side and denigrate the girls as often as possible for not being able to make their money in the kind of jobs we do (i.e., suggesting you are just too brainless and flakey to do anything else), or the guys here denigrating the girls because we laugh that we get it from our S.O.s for free plus we can afford to get more on the side from girls who give it up for a few bucks, but hey, that wouldn't be nice. Then again, nobody said you come over here to be nice.




I don't see anyone except the occasional tourist getting into your style of histrionics over punky calling us whores. ... You're the only one in PMS-style histrionics.


I was laughing, at you for coming over here to the blue side and throwing grenades at customers and then hiding and saying "who me?". Maybe some of these guys really believe it's all in fun, but I think you're so good at the satire (cough) because it's how you really feel. I think it's funny, in a twisted way though.

And I guess you haven't noticed but I don't hang out over on the pink side and lob grenades at the dancers; nor am I policing them over there to make sure they don't get out of line.

Yes guys, this how she thinks about you all, as "you have to pay for it" - neat Jenny. I'm sure that some of the guys here will believe you when you say "well not you, you're special" and let you off the hook for it. I on the other hand am just point out that you seem to take great pleasure in hanging out on the blue side and insulting us, while taking great offense when it suits you. Neat - not.