the only way i would watch a ghost hunting show is if it starred stone cold steve austin. i want stone cold barreling through abandoned asylums hollering “if there are any spirits in this room, gimme a hell yeah!”, leaving empty beer cans to mark his trail
Woke up to a rainy Dallas and I’m still kinda drunk from last night.
I always said that after I stopped seeing this one particular white guy, that I’d officially wash my hands of them forever, so I guess I’m at that point.
No more white guys.
- White People: *back flips over actual KKK members*
- White People: *moonwalks past real neo-nazi blogs*
- White People: *goes into PoCs inbox*
- White People: You're whats keeping racism alive
My dreams were full last night of me having another child and traveling bohemian style across Europe with the little rugrat attached to my hip.
That being said, I think my staph infection has now entered my blood stream.
Strippers, can I ask a question?
How long do you keep your conversation with a customer brief before leading into the dance proposal?
I always try to engage the customer and make them feel like I’m genuinely interested in them, and it always results in 20 minutes of talking and most of the time, nothing to show for it. :/…
Typically, I can hustle up a dance within 4 songs of sitting with a customer, but each situation is different and requires feeling out, but still. If a customer goes, “oh, not right now, maybe later” then I generally excuse myself and get up to find someone that wants dances NOW.
Otherwise my routine is to sit down with a customer, introduce myself and ask a few questions about their day, and I just listen. Sooner or later, each customer will say something that I can connect with them over and whenever I find my niche, I’ll zero in and start asking questions. Remember that people love to talk about themselves, so that’s pretty easy to play up. Look them in the eye, lean in close, stroke their arm. It’s corny as fucking hell but our job is to be convincing and it works. After awhile (or a few songs) I’ll sit on their lap, wrap my arms around them, and say something like, “I really like you… let’s get away from all of these people and spend some time together.”
Once you get into VIP, you really need to nail that first dance. I prefer to move sensually, leaning in for kisses then averting my mouth at the last possible second, pulling their hair, raking my nails over their skin, a little bit of biting, and I like to hold their hands over their head while I’m grinding on them and asking questions about what sexual positions they like most. I bite my lips, smile, and giggle softly during my dances and always make eye contact. Honest to god, my goal after every dance is for the customer to tell me that I’ve given him the best lap dance he’s ever gotten.
When the song gets ready to come to an end, I turn the heat on even more, and I rarely ever ask if he wants to do another dance, instead I’ll purr something like, “do you want me to stop or keep going?” and that usually drives them crazy enough to want more. If they say like, “I want more, but I should probably stop…” then I like to sit on their laps and say, “Aw, I don’t want to stop touching you and it’s only going to get hotter if we keep going,” then if they still say no, I’ll ask them to help me get dressed. I do that a lot. I’ll even ask men at the stage to help unzip my tops or something. Keep the customer engaged!
Girl, it’s just a game, play around with it.
who killed pac
Only 108 more years until we find out