Sample from the Strippers manual
YES – Tact, flirting, responsiveness, willingness, kindness, understanding, support, offering, playfulness, creativity, selling, gratitude, strong-mindedness, straightforwardness.
NO – Offensiveness, annoyance, boredom, bad humor. Repaying attacks when someone’s rude to you– no other clients around you want to see you shouting at someone or insulting them, even if you are in the right. Refusing money when you like your client.
The Sixteen Commandments for Strippers:
- Be attuned to your work.
- Be grateful for all the money that you get.
- Don’t promise what you can’t deliver.
- Don’t rip clients off.
- Avoid conflicts.
- Don’t do unto others what you wouldn’t want done unto you.
- Learn to love your job.
- Do regular surveys on what you should improve and what works well with clients.
- Build a clientele of regular and high-quality clients.
- Keep smiling and stay positive.
- Don’t take anything personally.
- Follow your plans and goals.
- Say openly what you want.
- Don’t underestimate others.
- Learn to communicate correctly.
- Feel beautiful, seductive and be attractive.
If you are a client who has happened to read this Manual, I also have some advice, even for you, gentlemen:
- Don’t insult others.
- Don’t judge others.
- Don’t be vulgar.
- Have chewing gum or mint candy at hand, we appreciate fresh breath.
- Use deodorant or perfume and have a shower before going to the club if possible. When you get sweaty during the day, we’re the ones who suffer the consequences in the intimate closeness of a dance.
- Don’t waste ladies’ precious time if you don’t intend to spend money.
- Have fun and enjoy every moment of your life.
I conclude the Manual with a few proverbs:
“A hard-to-get lady tastes best when she’s not hunted down.”
“A good female hunter prefers a single big prey to a million small ones.”
“Use your money to ensure your happy future.”