Archive for October, 2013

A CRISP AND CLEAN HALLOWEEN

Posted in Jones' Role Play with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 31, 2013 by tiltdiary

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Sometimes, ordinary chores will make you discover extraordinary pleasures 😉

Photography by Elle

Photo art by TiltPlay

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LIFE IS SHORT

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 30, 2013 by tiltdiary

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Make it unforgettable, create the unthinkable, go the extra mile, and live with all the passion you can find inside of you. It’s the little things that count. The extra thought, the special “Hello” just out of the blue, the happy smile, and the extra determination that will change the ordinary into the extraordinary. Life without adding your essence, your spark, your imagination, and your creation means nothing. Only you can make your life special and transform the hearts of others with your joy. Don’t sleep your life away. Wake up and live to the fullest. Surprise someone today, and make as many creature as possible smile today, share a touch, and have the courage to look deep into someone’s eyes. Fear does not move you, it freezes you. But passion and courage will transform the world one animal and one human at the time. Life is short, make it yours, and create the extraordinary.

Photo by Nanette Gonzales Photography

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PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF STRIPPING

Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , , , on October 29, 2013 by tiltdiary

Most of the girls that work with me are much younger than me. They are in their early 20s and started stripping when they turned 19 or younger. But most of them are physically in worst shape then I am. Stripping is a physically demanding job. Most of the dancer have knee and back issues. The first thing that goes is your knees, then the hips and back are affected. Although, we manage to feign the perfect fantasy world for our customers reality look very different. Stripping is a physically and psychologically very demanding job and it wears on your body and your soul. Not to mention we are the most disrespected entertainers, yet, we give people what everybody is looking for.

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STRIPPER SHIELD

Posted in Customers with tags , , , , , on October 28, 2013 by tiltdiary

I see a couple sitting at the front of the stage while I am performing. They both seems very stuck up, and I can tell they are here to watch some “strippers.” I pull a killer performance, and they both seems very engaged, yet, they only tip me $2. That is $1 per person. I can tell they feel they are being very generous, but think about it, with those $2 I can go and buy myself a pack of cheap gum, not even good, non-toxic gum.  Some people treat us as if we are a circus attraction, or a freak show. Their brain cannot reach beyond the word “stripper” understanding that we are human beings, that we work for money, that we have feelings, and that we are not working at the strip club because it is so much fun. Stripping is a job like any other job. It doesn’t feel good to be treated like a freak, but you learn to brush it off and stay professional. When I step off the stage the woman approaches me and starts talking to me as if she was entitled to rate my performance, “You are a very good dancer, I can see you are very talented. Why are you working as a stripper?” This remark is degrading in itself. But I answer politely biting my tongue, “I work here to feed my family, and to be able to keep doing what I want to do. I work here in order to fulfill my goals and dreams.” She doesn’t seem to understand what I am telling her, and finally the man who must be her husband joins the conversation. I am really not interested in talking to these people. All I want to do is thank them for the stingy tip they gave me. But she holds on to my arm rudely forcing me into a conversation while she blurs out, “I am dreaming of publishing a book I wrote. It’s a very good book. I am a very good writer.” I don’t like people that are confident over something they don’t know much about, so I just can’t keep my mouth shut and tell her, “Yeah, I already published two books so far.” Her husband attacks like a hyena attacks a piece of raw meat, “Really? How are your book sales going for you? And how did you do it? How do you publish a book now a days? And how would you advice us to go about this?” I used to be very generous about helping people to come closer to their goals and dreams. But the strip club, and all the relationships that I have been in so far taught me to be cautious about giving out free information. I am not willing to help someone out anymore without them willing to help me out. Reciprocity is the key to a successful existence. So I tell them, “If you would like to hire me as a consultant to help you publish your book email me through my website,” and I hand them my “Tilt Diary of a Virgin Stripper” business card, “and I am happy to help you out. My rate is $90 per hour, and unfortunately, I need to go now. The $2 you just tipped me doesn’t allow me to spend more time with you. I need to go and make some money so I can publish my third book. Publishing books is expensive. Have a great night.”

I don’t understand how people think that they are entitle to free information. I have encountered this problem working in the fitness industry, as a dog trainer as well as working in the strip club. People are takers without considering the other person’s side of the story, and I am no longer willing to let the takers have a piece of me without getting my share in return. I built my stripper shield in the club , and today, I am happy to know that this shield is protecting me not just inside of the club. You always have to watch your back.

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CONVERSATION DETERRENT

Posted in Customers with tags , , , on October 27, 2013 by tiltdiary

This young gentleman comes to visit me on a regular basis. He is always particularly groomed and wears fine designer clothes. He is very intelligent and well educated. Our conversations are very interesting and would lead to a deeper level if I could endure talking to him for a longer period than just a few minutes. I also know that he has been waiting for me to ask him for a private dance, and he is way too polite to ask me to for a lap dance. I really would like to talk to him for longer, and I would really like to give him a private dance, but there is one deterrent that makes it impossible for me to enjoy our time together, and I cannot figure out why a young, intelligent, well groomed gentleman has this problem. It’s his smell. He smells like old sweat, as if he hasn’t taken a shower in over 6 months, and it’s unbearable. Please take a shower before you come to the strip club. And don’t forget to brush your teeth either.

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IS PUGFACE TRYING TO SWITCH PROFESSIONS?

Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , , on October 26, 2013 by tiltdiary

As I exit the dressing room still standing elevated next to the DJ booth I cannot believe what I see. PugFAce is walking around and collecting empty glasses and beer pitchers carrying them back to the bar. I am not sure why she is doing this. Is she trying to take over our waitress’ job, or is she trying to secure her job as a dancer — since she sucks at it — trying to cover two positions in one? Where is her dancers etiquette? Maybe she is getting senile not remembering that she was hired as a dancer at this club. Oh PugFace gives me always something to report while I can only shake my head about her strange behavior.

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INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY

Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , on October 25, 2013 by tiltdiary

Sassy runs into the dressing room and yells out, “I finally know who is stealing the panties!” I say, “Be careful of accusing someone of something you cannot proof.” Sassy smiles with her sassy smile plastered onto her face, “Wait Jones, listen to this story. I was the other today at Victoria Secret’s and bought a bunch of new panties, and I wore them the same day on my shift. But one got missing. So the next day I come to work, Rosie and I are outside smoking, and I start telling her that there is someone stealing panties here. I start describing my turquoise, lace panties that someone took, and all of a sudden, Rosie gives me this weird look and starts pacing back and forward. When I look down at her, I see she is wearing the panties I just described. My panties! And she admits that she took them and promises to give them back.”

If you steal any piece of clothing at the strip club at least be smart enough not to wear them there.

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