How to Be a Stripper: 13 Things You Need in Your Bag to Survive!
Apr 18 2012
By Jennifer McCumber. I’m Jennifer McCumber, author of Freedom V, feature columnist for ED Publications Magazine and I’m leading the movement for dancer education at gentlemen’s clubs all over the world.
It is easy to wake up late, be in a rush, and speed to work, realizing that you forgot some very important items that can make your situation at work much easier and more lucrative!
Save yourself much embarrassment and heartache by having these 13 things in your stripper bag on your first night — and every night after that! Print out your own checklist of items that you check-off every day before work – and include these 13 things!
|2.||Makeup that won’t clog your pores when you sweat, like Bare Minerals|
|5.||Change purse, or a rubber band for wrapping money around your G-string or shoe strap (if allowed at your club)|
|6.||Perfume of high quality|
|8.||Feminine products if needed|
|9.||Super Glue for your shoes in case your rubber heel starts peeling off.|
|11.||A few bottles of water|
|12.||Exotic dancer’s license|
The only meal replacement/protein/snack bar that I recommend is is the Zero Impact high protein mealbar. You can find these at AllStarHealth.com and at Bodybuilding.com, or simply go to your local vitamin shoppe and look in the protein bar section. A week before you start stripping I would recommend ordering a box or two. They are:
— Much cheaper in bulk than any other bar individually
— All natural with nothing artificial added
— Very low in simple sugar (unlike most other protein/snack bars)
— Has the perfect ratio of Carbs/Protein/Fat that your body needs
— You can eat half at a time (a full one is a complete meal, a half of one is a snack between meals)
— They won’t make you feel bloated (unless you are allergic or sensitive to whey protein, and in that case I would recommend the “Enjoy Life” brand of bars in chocolate flavors, caramel apple and more. They are free of the 8 common allergens including gluten, dairy, nuts, and eggs.
— Lasty, the zero impact bars taste awesome!
I prefer the Pumpkin Supreme Flavor, but Chocolate Peanut Butter is good too. Those are the only two flavors I personally recommend because, to me, the other flavors don’t taste as good.
It is wise, if possible, to start off with a slower, mid-week shift and ease your way into the weekend. Friday and Saturday nights can get very hectic, and you need to be very aware and confident with what you are doing during these busier times.
Also, the staff will have more time to help you get oriented on a slower night. Make sure you get to the club with your necessary documents to start working there. The club requires that you present them with original, legal documents including ID, social security card, and your exotic dancer’s license. They will likely need to make copies for their records. Just make sure you get your documents back!
With all of these things in mind you are well on your way to a successful first night as a stripper!
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