10 Things that Could Make a Stripper Hate You

Ask any exotic dancer and they will tell you that their job is no walk in the park. It’s both physically and mentally gruelling but they are still capable of keeping up appearances at work. That’s how professional they are. It can take a lot to make them lose their patience towards you as a customer. You should be careful not to do any of the following things when you’re at strip clubs in Brisbane.

  • Sitting in front of the stage without tipping

Usually, strippers only get paid in tips. Taking in the show and getting a lap dance without even giving a dollar per song will get you called out. Worse case, you’ll get a stiletto to the knee.

  • Making it rain . . . but in coins

If you’re that much of a cheapskate that you’re only willing to hand out change, you shouldn’t go to a strip bar in the first place. Coins are slipping hazards and pack a punch when thrown at you.

  • Bragging about the money you’re making

The ladies are glad that you landed your dream job. But when that’s all you’re going to talk about for the whole evening and you’re not even tipping, don’t expect to get a private lap dance soon.

  • Turning up after working out

For many women, nothing could be more appalling than a smelly dude who’s begging for a dance. Always take a shower and change into some fresh clothes before heading out.

  • Taking photos or videos in general

Most, if not all, strip clubs in Brisbane don’t agree to customers taking pictures of their performers. It is even a worse offence when you post the photos on social networking sites.

  • Wearing coarse or sharp items

Want to get a lap dance? Have the money? Awesome, but not when you’re dressed in something that could potentially harm the dancers’ behinds or other body parts.

  • Falling asleep during a show

Nothing could be more insulting to an entertainer than seeing somebody fall asleep during their performance. They work hard to impress you, not make you drowse off so appreciate that.

  • Showing up with an angry partner

Strippers don’t want to hear your girlfriend or even your pal complain about how they don’t want to be there or how society needs to stop portraying females as sex objects.

  • Begging for her real name

If it’s rude to force a girl to tell you her name outside a strip bar, it’s just as impolite inside. The lady will tell you if she likes you and not when you’re throwing death threats.

  • Touching her in any manner

Unless she’s blatantly telling you to put your hands on her, keep off! This also applies to blowing in her ear or trying to graze your foot on her leg.

Exotic dancing is a career just like anstrip clubs in Brisbaney other. Performers in strip clubs in Brisbane need to stay professional but they can have a hard time doing so when you commit any of the faux pas mentioned above.