Tuesday, February 28, 2006

ITS FAT TUESDAY


Well it's FAT TUESDAY on Bourbon Street and anywhere else they want an excuse to get tore up tonight,there has been an obvious lack of Mardi Graws parties here in the midwest , maybe were still sensitive about the hurricane and want to show some respect, or maybe we forgot this was a holiday for boobs! Click the link to get my drift !! CLICK HERE !!!

GOING "DOWN UNDER" IN IOWA !



Well, what a GREAT weekend ! We have had feature attractions in the past , but this was all before the "blog" days so I will start with our latest attraction~ " SUZIE MALONE", I have to say she was one of the most down to earth , personable faetures I have met to date , she's referred to as the Aussie Bombshell, and that is an acceptable title for sure. Her demands were more like requests and she was very appreciative of any and all efforts made to accomodate her,I should know ,I was one of the guys lucky enough to be there to help her with any needs or requests she had. She was a delight to work with and I'm very glad we had her here, she made us a very good and profitable weekend, she was good to the staff ( gave us nice tips too! ) and was very involved in making the crowd feel like a part of the show, not just people who came to throw the cash down, everybody got their moneys worth to say the least. Thank you SUZIE MALONE and come back to see us anytime you like, working or not!

Friday, February 24, 2006

ARE YOU A GENTLEMEN"S CLUB REGULAR??

1. You cancel a date with a non-dancer when your favorite dancer calls
to tell you she is working and asks "can you please stop by tonight",
because she needs money.

2. When you're out at a nightclub you automatically clap
when the music ends.

3. You are out on a date with a non-dancer and she jokingly says,
"How about I jump up on this table and dance?'' You automatically
reach in your pocket for singles and cheer her on.

4. When a song ends on your stereo at home,
you expect a DJ to say something about tipping the girls.

5. At least 2 dancers have asked you to finance their breast implants.

6. You come into the club late. First the waitress, then sevaral dancers
tell you, that your favorite girl has already gone home, before you
mention her name.

7. You show up and the bouncer kicks a guy out of "your favorite seat".

8. You can go to the club, with no money, and still get as many dances
as you normally do.

9. The waitress knows your drink and brings it to you before you sit down.

10. You win a $20 bet with a buddy that you know who's on stage
before entering the club, based solely on the music that is playing.

DOORMEN or BOUNCERS


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A doorman or a bouncer is a term for a person who deals with disorderly people in a bar, pub or nightclub.

It has been suggested that the word "bouncer" originated from when the said disorderly person would be thrown out and bounce as he hit the ground. Another speculation is that the term originated from the person that stood guard on the bar door bouncing a coin someone gave him to enter the bar on some wood to test whether it was real or counterfeit.

Bouncers are stereotypically portrayed as large muscular men who are only meant to restrain and remove an individual from an establishment, sometimes violently as well as portrayed as punishing a disorderly through physical assault so they will not return. In actuality, attitudes of door staff vary from place to place. As they are the first people a customer will encounter prior to entering an establishment, the impression they leave can influence an entire evening.

A doorman is a bouncer who works the main entrance to an establishment such as a hotel or apartment building. This is a better paid and more prestigious position, especially since it is common to get gifts from those who want in. They are often uniformed. A greater customer service competence is usually required for this position.

Increasingly bouncers must be certified with training in crowd control and first aid.

STRIPPERS ANTHEM


I'm In love with a stripper......by T-Pain. Of course theres no song they fight more over , nothing like hearing "hey that's my song!" why is SHE dancing to it !! LOL!!!
At our club they also love Korn's " Ya'll want a single" and Pantera's "Walk"..as far as hip hop it's T-Pain or Lil Wayne or Mariah Carey..those artist lead the pack here. I also can go for "Shake" by Eminem..I like that song !!

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

STRIP CLUB ETIQUETTE



A lot of my friends ask me questions about where I work, So in order to help them out....So....on naughtynitghlife.com I found these great guide lines for going to a strip club or gentlemen's club, I have modified these just a little to make it more towards what my club in particular does everyday. ENJOY THE KNOWLEDGE!

How much is a trip to a strip club going to cost me?

Strip club expenses can be broken down into five basic categories, cover charge, drinks(BYOB here! & thereforeno waitress tipping!), waitress tips, stage tips and private dance tips. Some people will spend only $30 or $40 during their night out, bascially the cost of cover and a few drinks, while others will spend hundreds or thousands( oh yes I have seen the FLOW !) in a night. It all depends on your pleasure, obviously the more you spend the better time you can have.

Will I be asked to leave if I don't want a table dance?

No. Most clubs want you to have a good time and tell your friends about it. There are a few strip clubs that are so busy that if you are not spending any money you may be asked to move to another seat (the reason for the 'reserved' signs on most tables). If a dancers asks you if you would like a table dance, politely say no thanks. If you say give some other unclear answer like 'maybe later' she will think you want her to come back later.

When is the best time of the day to visit a strip club?

Well this depends on what you like. If you are the type who likes a constant parade of new dancers, plan your club visits to straddle the dancers' shift change. At most clubs, the day girls leave between 6pm and 8pm, with the new girls coming on board to take their place. Ten or Eleven in the evening seems to be the electric atmosphere time. If you like a lot of personal attention, 2pm to 4pm is usually a bit slower, and the girls are willing to work a little harder for you.We only have one shift, it's called the eve/night shift , the only thing that might happen here is a girl might get to leave early if she arrives first or earlier than others.

Can bring my wife or girlfriend in with me to a strip club?

Yes. Most clubs will allow a woman if she is escorted by a male. Calling ahead is a good idea. Women customers also seem to receive much better private dances. If you want to see some hot action, bring your lady friend and most likely will have a great time! Here the women can come un-anounced and by them selves or with a pack, we love you all !

Should I only go to a club if I have some friends to go with?

Never worry about visiting a club by yourself. 50% to 60% of the men you will see in a strip club will be traveling businessmen who have come alone. The goal of the finest establishments is to make all visitors feel comfortable. They understand that each man walking through the door is vital to their business.

Do strip clubs have dress codes?

Some do some don't. The best policy is to call ahead if you're in question. The nicer gentlemen's clubs will usually require at least a collared shirt and slacks. Average strip clubs, a t-shirt and jeans will be just fine and most do not allow ball caps.As long as you dont act a fool here we say be comfy and style what you want .

Should I tip the waitress and other club employees?

It is not required that you tip waitresses, bartenders, valet attendants and dancers, but we highly suggest it. Those that tip will almost always get better service. If you frequent a club, tipping the bartenders and the wait staff will definitely pay off. You will be recognized and will receive superior service. Stage Tips. If you sit in the row of seats around the stage there is an unwritten rule that you tip at least one dollar per song. If you like a particular girl give her a little more, especially if you would like her to come find you later. You do not have to use your life saving to have a good time, just be polite and show a little gratitude for their hard work.

How much should I tip a dancer?
When sitting at the tip rail, you should generally tip at least $1.00 per song(table dance). If you like the dancer or she does something spectacular, definitely feel free to tip more at stage, $5, $10, $20 denominations are not usual, but not uncommon. Now in regards to tipping with private or lap dances, that is completely up to you. Obviously the more you are willing to tip a dancer the better chance she will want to spend more time with you.
What is a private dance?

This is a dance that dancer performs just for you. I've chosen to use "private dance" as a blanket term for these performances,or other terms like: lap dance, table dance, chair dance, air dance, couch dance, bed dance and more.

How much is a table or private dance?

This will have a wide range from club to club. Call the club or visit their web sites for the most up to date information. In most Major cities you can expect to pay $10 to $20 for a dance that occurs out in the main room( our rooms are PRIVATE and V.I.P. $25 for the PRIVATE ROOM and $35 for the V.I.P. ROOM) and $20 - $30.00 for a dance the occurs in a private area.

How do I find out who gives the best private dances?

How you define good? The best advice is observe other privates going on in common areas and determine which girl is doing what you like. Your best bet to finding the right dancer is to talk to friends that frequent a specific club, in most situations they know who's going to show you a good time.

Once I find a dance I like, how do I get a dance?

The most common method is to wait until a dancer stops by your table and asks you. Some will engage you in conversation first while others will just ask. If this isn't working just walk up to her and ask. If you are interested in a girl that seems to be a bit more popular on that given night, tipping her well during her stage show will almost always guarantee she will stop by your table. If all else fails ask your waitress, a floor manager or the DJ to send the dancer of your choice to you.

Am I allowed to touch the dancers?

In most clubs the answer is NO! , but we are a "touch club" which means you can touch the girls anywhere but the crotch area, and trust me if you are in a "touch club" and you touch more than what you're alowed , don't be suprised if the bouncer touches you ! Main rule--- Don't be greedy touch clubs are not that common, so don't ruin a good thing.

If you feel the need to ask more questions you can email me at amsterdamgc@gmail.com
Happy Hunting !!!