my years as a strip club coat check girl
There is only one girl in her coat.
A few days after graduating from high school, many months ago, I let my mother sit down and feel at ease.
We concluded that we were wasting our lives in the suburbs, so we started looking for apartments in the city.
My mom is a cool cat and she always takes care of her youngest child, so naturally she didn\'t charge me the rent for our sweet pad downtown.
While earning the minimum wage, I did not feel any difficulty in paying the bill, and whenever I blatantly deviated from the agreement, I began to shift from humble work to the work of the soul-sucking being fired.
With the support of my mother, I am free to do whatever I like.
I was fired by Starbucks because I refused to take out my tongue piercing.
To do this, I am grateful that Frappucino is about to roll out on the sparse menu at the time, and I have no way to mix multiple ingredients at 6. m.
Four days a week.
Three months later, when I was told that I could not smoke at work, I resigned from my transport/reception role at the novelty candle factory.
I moved from my apartment to their novelty candle retail store located on the street and arranged an hourly smoking break.
I have recently completed a bartender course and, depending on the course, I am sure that the bartender usually needs to make timeless and complex cocktails such as a Golden Cadillac or Brandy Alexander.
I chose to apply for a job as a waiter, and the first company I walked into hired me on the spot.
I told myself that my ass and charm gave me the job and thus relieved my extreme fear of carrying three plates and navigating the commercial kitchen.
Ever since Flo in the wonderful TV show Alice, I will be the best bloody waitress there.
My colleague is amazing.
Trish is a thin, life-long waitress whose drinking problem has not been completely solved, he is chef Charles and can see fear in my eyes and never yell at me.
Jimmy is the only waiter, he works well and doesn\'t bore anyone with personal problems.
When I decided that my boss didn\'t recognize my skills, I quit the job and I envisioned making more tips in a better company.
I called my girlfriend who worked as a bartender in a strip bar and admitted that Haila was nervous about the prospect of working in a strip bar, but I didn\'t have the motivation to beat the sidewalk with my thin resume.
There is only one girl in her coat.
I\'m calm about the idea as it seems easier than remembering lunch orders and mixing Martini.
I dress up as sexy as I was allowed to interview in my closet and fully accept that I look more like Shirley Manson than an irresistible flood.
The manager who presided over the interview was a kind man named Chris who looked like everyone\'s Greek uncle.
I ignored his mild warning of the world I was about to enter and convinced him that the petite and flawless young lady before him was not afraid of anything.
On my first night, I was trained by a woman who was twice as big as me, and instead of introducing herself by name, she gave a hissing warning of \"you won\'t pass tonight.
\"After I came, she quit her job very quickly. I gave her a plum shift from Monday to Thursday night.
The job is very demanding and emotional.
My coatcheck small room is next to the front door and still a safe distance from the real downfall.
Every interaction between me and the customer lasted only a few seconds, and occasionally there were shocking insults.
When one of these idiots called me a worthless bitch, I cried in a cab home and wondered what the hell I was doing. My absence.
High school education or real job skills tied me to the job, as did sweet cash.
I put myself in a suspicious space where I profit from the disgusting behavior between men and women.
All I need to do is plug the bra in and I don\'t need to slowly remove the shiny bra and underpants while grinding on grandpa for just $20.
There are five categories of customers at the strip bar: To a large extent, I don\'t have a longer time than looking at or talking to customers outside of \"That\'s $2. 25 please. Thank you.
\"In the summer, when the coats are rare, the prominent characters do wonderful case studies.
I gave him the nickname Steve McQueen.
He is rugged, blonde and quiet.
The first time I saw him, he leaned against my counter and gave me three packs of bubble gum.
I don\'t want gum, but I want it.
I took the gum and chewed it out.
He bought me a glass of wine and left.
He may come to the club once every three months or so, and then not for a year.
I have hardly seen him.
I don\'t want to know his name.
I fell in love with this mystery.
He looks a lot like Steve McQueen, and I fantasize about putting his calluses in my hand and taking me to the old motorcycle parked outside.
We will fly to the airport and then to France.
We will be staying in his country house and picking lavender together every Sunday.
The number of recent divorces is small, and their weirdness is similar.
A very thin-looking Santa, so we call him Santa.
He had a glass of soda on the decorative shelf next to the kitchen for hours.
A few years later, I saw him at a wine and cheese show and visited my friend\'s parents in their small town.
I looked at him like an animal in the zoo.
The least strange geek is a man we call Jay Leno because his face and hair are similar to Jay Leno\'s.
He also wore cowboy clothes from head to toe.
He rarely spoke to anyone and came in at 10. m.
Every Friday is sharp and only tip me for Christmas.
Of course I hate him.
Once, a blue moon, a man would walk in and I could imagine him as my boyfriend.
A group of young people came late one night and apparently it was a drunken idea instead of a planned chest and a $10 beer outing.
One of these people stands out to me because his face looks precious.
I asked one of the doormen to speak to me on his behalf.
I didn\'t provide a script or talk point, so the doorman just ordered the young man to \"go and talk to the coatcheck girl \". She likes you. Go!
\"This lovely young man did come and talk to me (
Probably out of fear)
We giggled with common embarrassment and complete attraction.
I didn\'t want to waste the opportunity that night, so I asked him out.
Our short love is for a great story about how we meet, which is not enough to be the basis for a satisfying relationship.
Although our break-up is not my best moment, I still think of him gently.
A few years later, when I was working at a hair salon, I shared the story with my colleagues.
My ex-lover was her boyfriend\'s brother. \"Oh my god!
You are the Lisa! !
\"Some elegant moments include: when a big rich man asks if I can lick champagne from my clit.
I declined but found that he had a good taste using the correct anatomical wording.
A particularly cruel jerk that made me cry when he stared into my eyes and said I was useless.
He elaborated on the statement, \"No wonder all you do is work in such a place.
You won\'t have anything. Useless.
\"For some reason his lost coat check ticket caused public anger.
When I checked Billy Zane\'s jacket, he was impressed that I met him from calm, not the Titanic.
He gave me $20 and I got lost in his eyes.
My four-year career as a coat-checking girl shaped my 20-year-old personalitysomething-year-
The old woman provided me with enough pornographic material to fill out seven diaries.
About 10 years later, I can now properly digest and express all the spiritual activities that I have witnessed.
Thankfully, I tried drugs a long time ago, so I remember everything.