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    Hey again!!

    So I've finally settled on a club I'd like to audition at. I'm going to go as a customer one night to get a feel of the place before I audition as many of you have suggested in other threads. I want to watch maybe 2 stage sets, and get a dance to know what will be expected of me. I just have some questions on tipping because I don't want to be rude! Should I continuously tip at the rail, or is a few dollars per song good? I want to tip enough so that the girl doesn't think I'm being stingy/rude, but also don't want to tip so much that she pays special attention to me because I want to watch how she moves and what she does overall! I don't plan to stay for very long, maybe an hour tops. I'm going alone because I don't want to make this a huge party thing with my friends. As silly as it sounds I'm really trying to focus on the girls and learn so that when I schedule my audition I'll feel more prepared. I'm hoping $100 is an acceptable amount for this, $25 for the dance and the rest for stage tips.

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    Default Re: Pre-Audition Prep and Tipping Etiquette

    For a quick 1hr visit, $100 would be fine. If there's a particular dancer you see on stage that you'd like to get a lap dance from, make sure you tell her explicitly that you would like to buy a dance from her; dancers often ignore female customers cause they're usually drama/timewasters, but if they KNOW there's a dance waiting they'll say hi for sure.

    At my home club the one manager will often promo a dance for girls who say they're interesting in auditioning but want to know what happens during a dance, etc.

    Some strip clubs don't allow single females so check that out ahead of time, generally if you explain that you're interested in working but wanted to see the club as a patron first, they'll be fine with that.

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    Default Re: Pre-Audition Prep and Tipping Etiquette

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperJa View Post
    For a quick 1hr visit, $100 would be fine. If there's a particular dancer you see on stage that you'd like to get a lap dance from, make sure you tell her explicitly that you would like to buy a dance from her; dancers often ignore female customers cause they're usually drama/timewasters, but if they KNOW there's a dance waiting they'll say hi for sure.

    At my home club the one manager will often promo a dance for girls who say they're interesting in auditioning but want to know what happens during a dance, etc.

    Some strip clubs don't allow single females so check that out ahead of time, generally if you explain that you're interested in working but wanted to see the club as a patron first, they'll be fine with that.
    thanks for the advice! I'll be sure to call the club and ask if I can come alone, and explain my situation if they say they don't typically allow single women. If I have to, I can bring a male friend with me. I've been reading the customer forums about approaching dancers, I guess if I'd like a dance from a particular girl I'll try to get her attention with eye contact and stuff, or if she's on stage maybe tip her a little extra toward the end of her set. I've also read that going as a single female it can be easer to go during day/slow times if I want to get a dancer's attention. I don't plan to be there long anyway or spend a ton so I wouldn't want to take away from her hustle on a busy night regardless!

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    Default Re: Pre-Audition Prep and Tipping Etiquette

    You should probably indicate that you are not your average "civilian vagina" and that you're interested in dancing. You'll find that your reception is a lot less frosty. Female customers are generally regarded with wariness. (And a lot of damn good reasons why, but that's a whole 'nother ballgame)
    Obviously tip the dancers for their time but ask them questions. Oh yeah and take a shower and if you're wearing a dress, please wear underwear.
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