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How To Get The Best Lap Dance
Over the last 30 years, I’ve seen lots of lap dances. Some are better than others. The bad ones are usually the fault of the customer. Here are my tips for how to get the best lap dance.
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Tap My Picture To Come Get A Lap Dance From Me1. DON’T WORRY ABOUT HOW TO SIT DURING A LAP DANCE
People ask how to sit for a lap dance. Just sit down and let the stripper tell you how to sit, how far to lean back, whether to slide lower in the seat, how far to open your legs and all that. The dancer will give the best lap dance when she feels comfortable. She’s done thousands of these. She knows what is sexiest. She knows what you want. She wants you to enjoy yourself so you pay for more. Allowing her to tell you how to sit insures that you get her best sexiest performance.2. WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR HANDS FOR THE BEST LAP DANCE EXPERIENCE
In many clubs around the country no touching is allowed; men are required to sit on their hands. Not in Vegas. YOU CAN AND SHOULD TOUCH DURING LAP DANCE IN VEGAS. Here’s a great post on how much touching is allowed. Here’s how to touch during a lap dance.
Go Slow: You aren’t some horny teenager parking in your parent’s car. Remember the old song by the Pointer Sisters about wanting a man with slow hands and an easy touch? That’s what you should do when getting a lap dance. Put your hands on her waist. Slowly touch the small of her back. Gently trace her spine. Slide your fingers towards her butt. Move a hand to her ribs, then her tummy. Gently cup her breast. Don’t pinch her nipples unless she asks you to do so. Don’t put her breasts in your mouth unless she rubs her nipples on your lips. Even then, go slowly and be gentle. Pay attention to her response. She will resist or encourage you to move forward. By the way, everything I say here about going slowly with the touching during a lap dance also applies to your interactions with non-strippers as well.
Going slowly accomplishes a multitude of important things. It communicates you are a confident self-controlled man. It communicates that you know how to touch a woman. This helps her trust you, and with all women, including strippers, trust increases sexual responsiveness. Going slowly both gives her time to stop you and makes it less likely she will do so.
I’m friends with many Vegas strippers and have dated some dancers over the years. They are women, they get aroused. Some enjoy lap dances much more than others. Some are just into the performance and put on a great act. On rare occasion, though, they are into you and do get turned on. I’ve had dancers kiss and make out with me–very rare but it does happen. I even had a dancer once get frustrated that I was going to slowly and demand, “Suck my tits.”3. WHAT NOT TO DO WITH YOUR HANDS DURING A LAP DANCE
Never try to touch her genitals. Don’t try to slide a finger inside her G-String. Vegas Laws allow you to get to second base. Enjoy second base, but don’t be an idiot and get thrown out of the club for trying to steal third. You don’t want the dancer to stop in the middle of the dance and stomp off telling every dancer in the club that you are creepy. You want her to enjoy grinding on you and dancing for you. You want her to enjoy your touch and reward you by giving you a sexier dance and allowing you to touch even more.
I’m embarrassed to have to include this next sentence but people google search for this and have even asked us about it on the phone, so here goes. NO, you are not going to put money inside a stripper’s vagina so don’t ask.
Yes I want you to touch me, but don’t be an idiot.4. WHAT TO WEAR FOR A LAP DANCE
Believe it or not, there are pervert forums on the internet which talk about the best type of pants to wear for a lap dance. They focus on how you can get the most contact of your penis to the stripper without removing your clothes. The consensus is men should wear sweat pants, track suits or gym shorts of some type. Several years ago every dancer I knew in Vegas thought this was creepy and almost all of them refused to approach customers danced this way. No woman wants to be close to a man who goes to the strip club hoping to shoot a load in his pants. DISGUSTING.VEGAS CLUBS DO NOT ALLOW SWEAT PANTS OR ATHLETIC SHORTS OF ANY KIND
The dress code for Vegas strip clubs is casual, but they don’t allow gym shorts or sweat pants. Wear Jeans or slacks. Dress like a man who knows how to handle himself in public.5. EMPTY YOUR FRONT POCKETS
If you want the best most high contact lap dance, take your car keys, your cell phone. etc out of your front pockets. The dancer doesn’t want to grind on anything sharp or painful. And since you want her to grind on you, you don’t want those things in your pocket.6. CHOOSE THE RIGHT DANCER
You’ll get the best lap dance if you not only like the look of the dancer, but also like her attitude and personality. So, take the time to look around the club. Find a dancer or two you like and then watch them on stage. Watch them give a lap dance for another customer. You want a girl who puts her legs around your shoulders and her crotch in your face during a lap dance? Then look for a dancer who is doing that. Talk to her. Listen to her. Connect a little. After all, lap dancing is a social interaction as well as a physical one. Choose well and you will have a great experience.7. A FEW OTHER TIPS TO GET THE BEST LAP DANCE
Shower before going to the strip club and have fresh breath. Be polite and flirty at the same time. Focus on having fun and seeing what happens not on picking up the stripper or meeting your next girlfriend. Show some conversation and social skills. Don’t be vulgar. Even when rejecting a dancer you don’t like, tell her what you are looking for. She will send the type you seek and you want her to tell that dancer you were courteous even though you weren’t interested in her.READY TO GO GET A HIGH CONTACT AMAZING LAS VEGAS LAP DANCE OR THREE? HERE’S YOUR PRESCRIPTION
Lapdance - Lapdancer reveals stripping secrets
Interested in getting a lapdance? We spoke to lapdance and stripper Ruby Winchester, who worked in a strip club in the US for four years. Here, Ruby reveals lapdance secrets and strip club confessions.
1. How did you come to lapdance at a strip club?
"I’ve been a dancer forever but when I was 18, I blew my right knee out which pretty much ended any professional career I'd ever have. Later on, I had my own dance studio but closed it down to move back home. There was no dance studio that would hire me, because they thought I was going to take their students. My best friend was like, 'Hey come on, we’re going to go to the pole studio,’ and I was like, ‘no we’re not’. We went and from day one I was hooked. Then my husband and I got into a position where we needed extra money and the pole studio was in the exact same parking lot as the strip club, so we thought 'why not?'"
2.What are the hours like?
"Brutal. The club I worked at had a day shift and a night shift. For the night shift, I would get there between 6.30pm and 7pm and work until 3am. We had to work at least four days a week. If you didn’t, you had to pay a fee to come back and dance."
3. What is a normal shift like at a strip club?
"I would try and have my hair done so when I got there, all I had to do was put my make up on – you want to look nice when you’re on the floor. I'd change out of my regular street clothes... you don’t want to walk into the club in a thong, get my heels on and then check in with the DJ.
"There were two poles on the main stage, and it would start off with one girl on each – you’d go from pole one to pole two, then go into this little tiny area where the bar was and you’d do your third set there. The girls were on rotation."
4. How does the whole private dance / lapdance thing work?
"Lap dances are where the big money is. They’re not cheap (around £20 per song), so you’d come down off the stage and walk around, I called it doing the rounds. I'd walk around the club, talk to a guy, flirt, initiate conversation so he'd want a private dance.
"Your stripper personality is not the same as your regular personality, and you'd always have to have that turned on. You’re flirty, it doesn’t matter if you’re married, you appear single otherwise you’re not going to get anything. You are their fantasy – you can normally get a feel for what they’re into as you’re talking to them. ‘I like women who are more dominant,' they might say, and then you turn it on... you become that."
5. What does a private lapdance involve?
"I always got my money upfront and I would do one lap dance for £20 or three lap dances for £45. We’d take them to the VIP room, it was really nice and kind of dark, there were couches. Mood lighting. You give them the lap dance and no sex is involved. The club I worked at, this was an open area and behind me across the room would be another girl giving a lap dance.
My signature move was that I’d flip upside down
"My signature move was that I’d flip upside down. I would always take my shoes off, walking around in 7 and a half inch platform stilettos for eight hours was horrible. As soon as we got back there, I’d take them off. I would open his legs up, put my hands down on the floor and do a handstand and up onto his lap".
6. Would you be naked on stage?
"I have a very large chest, like a DD. So I would stay covered so guys would want to see what was beneath. I'd go topless on stage if it was a slower night and there weren’t many people in the club. But that’s how I made most of my money – by not going topless on stage and only during lap dances.
"In America, it depends what state you're in as to whether you can be fully nude."
7. How much did you make per night?
"They don’t pay you hourly and you only work for tips. The kicker is you’re considered an independent contractor, so you’re renting your time on stage. The club has a fee you have to pay at the end of every night. That can range from £10 to £450 a night. And don’t forget to tip the DJ because if you don’t, you’re going to wind up dancing to an 8 minute song about ham sandwiches.
"I would make more than the other girls, not because I was better than them. I’m curvy and a size 14/16. The other girls were size zero. I would bring in anywhere between £300-£380 a night. Most of it was lap dance money."
8. What were the customers like?
"There was always a good mix of guys – the military guys and run of the mill dudes, you know, the guys that work construction. There was always that one creepy guy though, that nobody wanted to deal with. You could literally see us trying to avoid him.
"They’re the ones who always want to be touchy (if they touched us they'd be thrown out), who want your personal number, the ones who ask what you’re doing after work. I am going to McDonalds and getting me a hash brown, that’s what I’m doing. "
9. Did you ever felt uncomfortable or unsafe?
"I never felt unsafe. But there were times where I would get uncomfortable. My first night, I was terrified. I was so scared I was shaking in my platforms. But my release is performing, so when I was up on the stage, I was golden."
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10. Did the customers ever get physical with you?
"We absolutely had people trying to grab us and overstep the mark. My dad is a retired police officer, so growing up I was taught self defence. Once, this guy tried something, and he wound up on the floor with my heel on his neck. I was daring him to move, and the DJ was calling me to the stage because it was my set. The security officer walked in and was like, ‘are you ok?’ and I was like ‘I’m not the one you need to be asking.’
" I always am aware I may need to protect myself"
"The rape culture is nuts. I always am aware I may need to protect myself, because according to most people, women who wear short shorts are asking for it. Strippers are wearing less than that, but we’re not asking for it. All women should have their guard up around men regardless of the situation."
11. What do most people get wrong about lapdance and strip clubs?
"Most women whose boyfriends go to a strip club freak out because they think they're being cheating on. But nothing is going in an orifice, and for most of the guys, you are essentially their therapist in a thong. They talk about what’s going on in their lives and what’s happening at home."
12. Are there any customers that stick in your mind?
"There was a guy who was about 70 who used to come in, he was so cute and we all wondered why he was in an establishment like this. He would get lap dances from us, but we wouldn’t actually dance for him. His wife had passed away so all he wanted was communication. The first time he got me, I wanted to cry but couldn’t because I couldn’t mess up my eyeliner. I just wanted to hug him."
13.Did you feel good when you were on stage?
"Oh it made me feel sexy and my confidence level went through the roof. Money is flying because you’re confident and you exude that. The more confident you seem, the more money you get. Before, I was very shy."
14. Were there any downsides to the job?
"The drama. You don’t want to try and get caught up in the drama, because it’s a bunch of girls. There’s always, ‘oh well she’s taking my customer’. I watched one girl drag another through a dressing room. She broke out the pepper spray and we all got sprayed in the face trying to get her off. I had to go out there all swollen.
"Don't get caught up in the drama"
"You have no idea of the size of the blisters on your feet after being in those heels for so long. The next day you can barely walk."
15. Does your husband support your work?
"He came in once and he sat there at the bar with a beer. As soon as I was done with the set - obviously no one knew he was my husband - I walked up to him like he was a regular guy and went and gave him a lap dance. He gave me the money and was then like, ‘we’re getting dinner with this when you’re done’.
"One night, I came home exhausted, changed clothes, and we went and got food. When we got back home I was about to get in the shower and my husband is bursting out laughing. He’s like, ‘honey you’ve got dollar bills stuck to your butt’. He pays the light bill and says ‘I paid the bills with ass money’."
16. Do some people consider stripping to be sex work?
"Some people do, but we are not sex workers (not that there is anything wrong with sex work). We do not want your man. We might think he’s cute and might flirt with him, but that’s because we want his money."
17. There’s a misconception that most women are there because they have no choice, was that the case at all?
"I don’t think so. .. you can always get a retail job. I have a stripper friend and she’s an ex college professor and has a PHD. She does it because she loves it and wants other females to feel that empowerment and embrace their sexuality. Women should really take control of who they are. To me, dancing is a feminist act."
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Start a new strip club business! Set the stage, hire seductive dancers, turn on the music and watch the money flow!
Thanks to these amazing creators who helped bring this feature to life with 23 new custom animations for Pole Dancing, Spot Dancing and Lap Dancing. I really hope that you appreciate their work and support their efforts.
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Starting a business
Create a brand new strip club business. Similar to retail stores, restaurants, and veterinary clinics, set aside a lot for your strip club business and build it from the ground up. Just take out your phone and buy a club!
Strip clubs are not a type of venue, you need to use your phone or computer to purchase them.
Build a strip club
Business strip clubs have no requirements, you can build it however you want, but some objects are required for certain functions. Consider locating conventional strip clubs such as the Drinks Bar, Dancing Poles/Seats and Dancing and Viewing Seats, and Additional Seats in private lap dance venues.
You can build your club however you want, but the Dancing Pole and Dancing Spot objects require extra attention. Once you decide where you want your dancers to dance and place the Dancing Pole or Dancing Roller there, keep the comfort of your customers in mind as well. Each customer is looking for a place to take a seat as soon as they start watching the dancers, so be sure to place several seats around each dance pole and dance area.
It is not necessary for each hired dancer to purchase a Dancing Pole or Dancing Spot, as they will be busy with other tasks such as Bartending and Charming.
Tip: If you've built a stage for your dancers, it's a good idea to isolate it in such a way that clients don't climb on it instead of looking for a place. If the club is built in a way that makes it difficult to find a suitable spot to watch the dancers, this can lead to customers being placed in undesirable locations.
Strip club management
All management functions are controlled from a special club management category on your phone. Including designing employee clothing, working after hours, and viewing financial reports. You can even hire yourself as a dancer in your own club.
Your club is set by default to open at 19:00 (19:00) and close at 4:00 (04:00), as these are the busiest hours for strip clubs. You can set the opening hours by using your phone and clicking "Manage Opening Hours" in the "Striptease Club" category. You can open your club at any time by choosing the same opening and closing hours.
Employment of dancers has no restrictions, except that they can no longer have a job. You are allowed to hire up to 6 dancers (unless they are distributed via cheats) and assign them to any tasks you want during business hours. If you want to work in your own club, then the "Employ Yourself as a Dancer" option will do so if you have an available job and your Sim is not working somewhere else.
Hint: the menu with available recruitable sims can be expanded to display more options with the command "ww.set_stripclub_employee_pool_size < amount >". And you can increase the number of dancers you can hire to 12 using the command "ww.set_dancers_employee_limit < amount >".
When hiring a dancer, pay attention to their skills. Dancers with a good charisma skill will do better in charming clients. Dancers with a high mixology skill will be able to offer the best drinks that increase profits. And dancers with high fitness skill, one of the nudity skills and dancing will be better in "Stage Dance".
All hired dancers define your club type based on their gender and preferences, allowing you to create a regular club, a gay club, or a mixed club. This affects which customers will visit your place. Carefully selecting your employees will prevent certain clients from appearing.
Dancers hired at your club will perform one of three main tasks: Stage Dancing, Bartending, or Charming Clients. Each task can be assigned manually, or you can let the dancers decide for themselves depending on the current situation in the club. Micromanaging or helping yourself will increase the performance of your club, but dancers are fully capable of doing everything themselves.
To assign a task, click on the Dancer employee and select the "Assign Task" option in the Strip Club category. When playing as a dancer, simply start a specific task to automatically jump to it.
Stage Dancing and Viewing
Dancers with the Stage Dancing task will search for a nearby or designated Dancing Pole or Dancing Spot. Each dance program is randomly generated and can be changed at any time by clicking on a dancer. Stage dancers are one of the main reasons clients visit the club, so make sure you always have at least one on stage.
Every dancer on stage attracts the attention of customers who are willing to pay to see some impressive moves. Dance performance is the main factor that determines the amount of customer attention and the amount of advice a dancer receives. The main elements that contribute to a dance performance are dance skills, relationships with certain clients, and currently playing music. If a dancer is performing poorly, you will most likely notice uncontrollable yawns.
The better the skills and relationships with clients, the higher the performance, which directly affects how often and how often dancers receive advice. The more advice the dancer receives, the less clothes on the body.
Good performance is nothing when it doesn't last long enough Dancer, fitness, striptease and dance skills are a major factor in their duration. Each dance routine aims to last as long as possible, so once the dancer is done, they need a few minutes to rest. This obviously doesn't stop them from talking to customers and offering lap dances.
Tip: Dancing Spot Marker is used as an alternative to the dancing pole. It offers a brand new set of dances that do not include the pole dance. Dancers dancing on the Dancing Spot marker are free to move their bodies as they wish. In addition, Dancing Spot Marker comes with an invisible swatch that is hidden in live mode but still clickable. Try it!
Dancing pillars created by Azmodan22, Noir and MJ95 are supported by default.
Pole or seat dancing is available outside of strip clubs and allows you to develop the striptease skill.
Bartender and drinks
Bartending dancers will focus on making and serving drinks. The sale of drinks is the most lucrative source of income for the club, so it is imperative that someone look after the bar.
The process is quite simple, the customer enters the club, orders a drink, finishes it. .. and leaves the empty glass behind. Wait a few hours and your entire club will be filled with empty glasses. To deal with this chaos, consider hiring a janitor. Leaving empty glasses around not only takes up space, it also makes everyone quite uncomfortable.
Although the bartending dancers are involved in the sale of drinks, the management of prices and supplies of the bar remains with the owner.
Every drink you make consumes the bar supplies needed to keep it running. Drinks cannot be sold when your club runs out of stock. It is advisable to order bar supplies in advance so that they can arrive the next day. Plus, fewer bar supplies means fewer drinks to make. Customers who cannot order what they want will be very unhappy with it.
You can order supplies by clicking on any panel to access the Order Supplies menu at the strip club. The items purchased are made up of the total number of items ordered, which will be delivered the next day around noon. The cost of deliveries depends on the base price of drinks ordered by customers. Selling expensive drinks requires buying expensive goods.
Selling drinks at a base price and buying consumables to replenish the bar is not the most profitable loop. As the owner, you must adjust the price markup of drinks so that every drink sold is profitable. While selling drinks at 100% markup sounds great, it will fail very quickly when customers are left with drinks they don't want.
High mark-ups and low bar costs make customers less likely to buy drinks. The scarcity of consumables means fewer drinks, and the increased price makes them less attractive to buy. When you can't sell a customer's favorite drinks, cut the markup to make other drinks an attractive proposition... at least until bar supplies arrive.
You can adjust the markup by clicking on any panel to access the Strip Club's Markup menu. Don't get frustrated with setting the markup as high as you want. If someone does not complain, what harm.
Strip clubs have a special feature that increases the number of drinks Sims can order from 4 to 39, including drinks made by Icemunmun . And if you use the real names of drinks from Basemental, it's completely compatible.
Charm and Dancing
Charm challenge dancers focus on finding clients who are interested in socializing or lap dancing. Lap dancing is the biggest source of income for dancers and the most popular role in the club. In most situations, an outgoing client will look for an available dancer and ask them to dance.
Lap dances are performed in manually assigned places. Appointment of lap dance seats is required for clients to request a private dance. Any seating chair, sofa, armchair or chair in a club can be designated as a lap dance seat.
Simply build a separate room, place a seat in it and click on it to designate a lap dance seat. Any client wishing to dance will use the designated areas to receive a lap dance. Please note that all seats designated as lap dance venues are used exclusively for lap dancing, so sitting or napping is not permitted.
When clients do not want to ask for a lap dance, the dancer must take the initiative. After greeting the client, 6 new charming social interactions become available. Using a charming interaction works like a romance without actually creating a romantic connection between the dancer and the client. Instead, Charming increases the level of Charm, which affects how much the customer likes the dancer and the club itself. The higher the charm, the higher the tip.
Charming clients influence every aspect of the club. High charm with a dancer not only increases the tips they receive. When a customer orders a drink, they are more willing to pay a higher price. And when a dancer fails to charm a client, he may not want to return to the club.
During the lap dance, the same rules apply as for the stage dance. The better the skills and relationship with the client, the higher the performance, which directly affects how much the dancer earns, in addition to the usual pay.
All Strip Club settings are found in the Nude Settings -> Strip Club Settings menu.
Dress Up After Dance setup is quite simple, after each dance the dancers dress up in their career if they are partially naked.
The "Personal Lap Dance Cheat" setting unlocks the ability to request a lap dance at any time as a club owner.
The Static Clients Count option allows you to override the number of clients that show up in your club on a regular basis. By default, the club is considered the most active from 7pm to 3am, but changing this setting will force customers to show up every hour. To disable this cheat, change the number back to 0 (zero).
The Dancer Profit Percentage parameter allows you to change the revenue share for each individual tip the dancer receives. After a client throws money at a dancer or a dancer gets paid for a lap dance, a portion of that profit goes directly to the club. If you don't want dancers to share their profits with the club, change this setting to 0%.
The Dancer Earning Multiplier allows you to change how much the dancer earns from tips and lap dance. Changing the value to "200" will double the profit, while changing the value to "50" will increase half the profit.
The Bar Multiplier setting allows you to change how much the bar earns from selling drinks. Changing the value to "200" will double the profit, while changing the value to "50" will increase half the profit.
The "Native Undressing Behavior" setting focuses on how dancers undress while dancing. By default, dancers follow special rules that prevent them from taking off their gloves, shoes, and socks while dancing. When this setting is enabled, dancers will follow the rules you set in Nude Settings -> Clothing Settings.
The option "Auto assign dancers' tasks" allows you to disable the ability of dancers to automatically change their tasks. When a dancer performs a task that is not needed in the current situation, they will change it automatically unless this setting is disabled.
Focused interactions with dancing objects, if disabled, will unlock all interactions that will be available on dancing poles, dancing spot markers, and circle dance seats. By default, this setting limits interactivity with these objects to dance-related actions.
Client Visit Limits, if disabled, allows all Sims in the world to visit the club regardless of their current relationship status. By default, Sims in established relationships are less likely to visit the strip club.
Why is the lot set to General?
To ensure maximum compatibility with the game, WickedWhim's custom business lots are specifically set to "Universal". Everything should work fine.
I don't want my dancers to tend the bar. Can I hire a bartender?
No, for maximum flexibility, dancers can also care for the bar, as some clubs around the world do just that. All you have to do to have a dedicated bartender is hire a dancer to do just that task.
Assign a bartender task to a dancer, he will remember it every time he works and change into something that looks like a bartender. Performed.
Would you like to take the place of an employee dancer for the bartender? Just use the ww.set_dancers_employee_limit cheat command to increase the number of dancers you can hire.
It was originally intended to use the Business Management window/tab to manage the strip club, but its extremely limited implementation prevented this. Then the alternative was to completely get rid of it and make all business operations manageable from the phone.
The strip club is managed using the phone, but the "Business Management" window/tab appears with a warning not to use it, as a complete blockage was causing errors in the game. The way you own a business in the game does not provide any other solutions.
Music & DJs [Future]
Music is one of the most important aspects of dance, every move seems less impressive if it doesn't match the rhythm of your favorite song. Every dancer should have their favorite genre of music, which is directly related to the music the DJ is playing.
The dancers will come with their favorite genre of music, and when it is played by a DJ, the performance of the dance is greatly increased. Playing the wrong music, or no music at all, hinders the performance, which subsequently reduces the amount of advice the dancers receive.
Since DJs only come with a few types of music they can play, the plan is to increase that number and allow them to play all the music the game has to offer. This is necessary if you decide to replace the DJ with a stereo system and control it manually.
In addition, dancers should be able to make friends with the DJ and share their tips to improve their dance performance. Friendly DJs will play the right music for the dancers on stage and will work really hard to make sure they look good while dancing.
Impact, Events and Security [Future]
The current implementation of the strip club function is a baseline experience that aims to provide a club management environment. Starting a strip club is minor, except for the possible loss of money. Dancer employees still require the emotional response and job satisfaction features that can impact your business performance if you neglect your staff.
Running a business can be pretty boring, so adding random events and events should add more variety. Anxious and needy customers, emotional and confused dancers, random accidents, potential quarrels and fights, and other events that require the player's involvement. Each day of running a club will be unique in some way.
When a problem arrives, the best thing to do is to let security deal with it. The bouncer who manages the entrance and charges extra for entry, as well as the security guard who kicks the butt of troubled customers. Anyone who breaks the rules of the club will be met by security and the pavement in front of the club.
Lack of impact makes everyone in the club feel empty. To fill this void, a lasting result is required from visiting the club for the first time, from excessive drinking, from lap dancing or from interacting with charming dancers. Relationship modifiers, individual moods, and reputation changes will come into play after you spend time in the club.
Significant Career [Future]
The main focus of creating a Strip Club is to manage it. The purpose of this function is to create a club, hire dancers and respond to what is happening. Where it is possible to hire a playable sim as a dancer, dancer gameplay is not the most fun experience.
Creating a meaningful gaming career is a challenge in its own right, which is about presenting interesting missions, variety of options, and reasonably fun gameplay. The fact is that the job of a dancer is not very interesting, so turning it into a main function requires much more attention and planning.
When playing as a dancer, you will perform typical tasks that the owner orders you to perform. You are free to do whatever you want as any dancer, but club work is up to you. Perhaps the introduction of more tasks for dancers, but not the exact purpose of the strip club.
Managing a club that never gets better can get tedious, so introducing specialized perks that make things easier and better will change that. The higher the tip, the easier it is to satisfy customers, the lower the cost of bar supplies, the less cleaning or accidents. There are many things that can make running your club easier.
The identity of your club should depend not only on the outside, but also on the rules that prevail inside. Defining the rules of your business will allow you to change its atmosphere and character. Maybe you want to require an entry fee, maybe you expect every customer to pay for at least one drink, maybe you have a very strict "do not touch" policy, or you don't want the dancers to talk to anyone and just offer dancing. Being able to manage your business is very important.
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|Chianti, Ruffino, Toscana, red/dry||1000|
|New Zealand wines||Bottle|
|Sauvignon Blane, white/dry||1000|
|Wines of Georgia||100 ml|
|Martini bianco, rosso, rose, extra dry||60|
|Chivas Regal 12 y.o||150|
|Chivas Regal 18 y.o||260|
|Chivas Regal Royal Salute 21 y.o||600|
|Talisker 10 Y.O.||250|
|Macallan 12 y.o.||300|
|Johnnie Walker Black Label||160|
|Johnnie Walker Blue Label||500|
|Jack Daniel's Honey||110|
|Akhtamar 10 y.o||150|
|Martell Cordon Bleu||500|
|Havana Club Anejo Blanco||65|
|Havana Club Anejo Especial||70|
|Havana Club Anejo 7Anos||100|
|Bacardi 8 y.o.||130|
|Absenta Xenta Superior||120|
|De Kuyper in your choice||70|
|Green Mexicano (tequila, mentol liquor, lemon fresh)||100|
|Hiroshima (Sambuca, absent, Bailey's, Grenadin syrup)||100|
|B-52 (Bailey's Triple sec, Kalhua)||100|
|B-53 (Kalhua, Bailey's, Absent)||100|
|Si-Si (peach liqueur, rum, grape)||100|
|Gin and tonic||120|
|Cosmopolitan (vodka, triplsec, lemon fresh, fruit juice)||130|
|Daikiri (rum, triplsec, lemon fresh)||130|
|Absenticum (lime reed sugar, absent)||130|
|Pina Colada (rum, Malibu, coco surup, pineapple juice)||140|
|Red Bull + vodka||140|
|Mojito (lime, mint, reed sugar, rum, sprite)||150|
|Margarita (tequila, triplsec, lemon fresh)||160|
|Sex on the Beach (vodka, peach liquor, orange juioe, gneanadine)||160|
|Long Island Ice Tea (Vodka, gin, tequila, rum, triplsec, lemon fresh, cola)||200|
|Negroni (gin, campari, vermouth rosso)||200|
|Pina Colada (coco, syrup, pineapple juice, cream)||100|
|Milkshake (icecream, milk, greandine, banana)||100|
|Mojito (lime, mint, reed sugar, pineapple juice, sprite)||120|
|Casta milk 0. 5||200|
|Casta fruit 0.5||200|
|Energy drinks||0. 25 I|
|Mineral water||0.33 I|
|Fresh 0. 25 I||100|
|Fresh 0.5 I||200|
|Tea / 0. .|