Chances of dating a stripper
Turned out, though, it was a strippers’ community and their responses could be summarized as annoyed-and-turning-hostile. “It seems like every week someone comes here asking that, like we’re so mysterious and fascinating.” “Write your paper on something else.” “One day I’m going to flip it and write a paper on how much dishwashers and secretaries make.” Well, with apologies to all of the strippers out there… I found four studies that didn’t use a laughably small sample size and weren’t conducted solely to bash stripping and loathsomely ride the moral high ground.
I extracted these 11 stats (the ones I found most interesting) from those four studies.
There’s no binomial distribution in the champagne room.
The five-year mark is usually the point-of-no-return of stripping… and eight percent of grizzled old veterans have been there more than 20 years. By that point you’ve probably inhaled a bushel’s worth of glitter AND could identify in two notes. Three-fourths of male strippers have found a woman willing to date them after seeing them hairlessly dance around in a shimmering gold banana thong-ammock.
get out then, or buy stock in a company that manufactures nine-inch heels. The industry checks in around 92 percent female, eight percent male. But that’s not to say it’s a different eight percent.
On the way over, one expounds on the different types of guys who frequent strip clubs: “First, there are guys who don’t really want the dances, they just want someone to talk to.
Then you’ve got the shy guys whose buddies have to arrange everything.
“I just wanted to dance” beat out “I wanted to make more money” or “My job sucked or, uh, didn’t exist.” I guess there aren’t that many jobs for the dance majors of America, but exotic dancing seems like a liiitle bit of a stretch. somehow the one you get a lap dance from always falls within percentage, and always wants to tell you about ’em. (Although based on the binomial distribution of handsome strip club clientele, being able to see clearly isn’t always a good thing.) The pay at the end of a night is extremely variable — it depends on the city, the club, the cut the club takes, the prices, the customer turnout, and how many people are really just there for the $11.99 buffet.