Working in the Bar

Unusual Gifts From Customers or Friends

Posted by on May 21, 2012 in Working in the Bar | 3 comments

Unusual Gifts From Customers or Friends

I thought that this would be a fun topic to post about… Working as a server for over 20 years in a strip bar, I have received other types of tips other than monetary. Money is obviously a waitress’s favorite, but I have also received fresh salmon, homemade baked goods, homemade jam, chocolates, fresh vegetables from a customer’s garden, dozens of roses sent to my work (and they weren’t from Rod), candles, Scratch and Win lottery tickets, bottles of wine, souvenirs from customers’ vacations, personal letters (some are strange) and a handful of screws (I’m...

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Strip Bar Etiquette

Posted by on May 21, 2012 in Working in the Bar | 1 comment

Strip Bar Etiquette

Most people already know the proper way to behave in a strip club, but after hearing some of the girls’ stories I decided to enlist their help to create some guidelines for Strip Bar Etiquette. This is the chapter from my book, The Life of a Stripper: 50 Exotic Dancers Confess Their Personal Experiences in the Adult Entertainment Industry.   Common Courtesy Don’t take photos or videos of me – EVER! If you want to see a stripper transform from your biggest fantasy to your worst nightmare, take a picture. Keep in mind I have seven inch spikes strapped to my feet! Poking,...

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Avoiding Dangerous Situations and Customers at the Club

Posted by on May 21, 2012 in Working in the Bar | 0 comments

Avoiding Dangerous Situations and Customers at the Club

You’re in the public eye and mingle with many different people when you work as a server or dancer.  You listen to your customer’s stories  and  feel like you know their wives or kids after hearing about them a lot. Sometimes you don’t even know that they’re married, because they have never mentioned a family, and with the subtle ways they hit on you, you’ve always thought that they were single; there is also no hint of a wedding ring on their finger. The bar brings out all types of people, so you’ve got to be able to keep a lookout for the creepers and the stalkers. Here is...

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