Strippers Quotes

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George Carlin
“I was a hip kid. When I saw Bambi it was the midnight show.”
George Carlin, Brain Droppings

Crystal Woods
“She lives like tomorrow isn't coming and yesterday never happened.”
Crystal Woods, Write like no one is reading

“Around the outside of the room other beautiful women wearing little or nothing at all flitted between the infatuated, intoxicated men, sometimes luring them away for a private dance. The men would follow obediently, weighed down by lust and credit cards.”
R.D. Ronald, The Zombie Room

Susie Bright
“…The shocking thing about any stripper gathering, I discovered, was that you have never heard women talk so fast and so explicitly about money in all your life. They make the guys on the trading floor on Wall Street look like a bunch of pansies.”
Susie Bright, Big Sex Little Death: A Memoir

Samantha Young
“You could charm the pants off absolutely anyone," I told him quietly.

He smirked. "I take it that means you like the idea?"

"I love the idea. I love everything you've said. But I know Ellie's excited about this, so we're going to give our friends what they want."

"Adam mentioned strippers," Braden warned me, his eyes twinkling.

"If Adam books a stripper for you, I'll force Ellie to book a stripper for me.

Chuckling, Braden relaxed back in his chair. "Let’s agree to no strippers."

I raised my glass of water and waited for Braden to do the same. "To no strippers."

"To no strippers," he repeated.

"And let’s just make this a motto for our marriage.”
Samantha Young, Castle Hill

Dita Von Teese
“What modern day burlesquer hasn't been influenced by Sally Rand? My own pink ostrich fans -designed by Catherine, naturally- were the largest fans on any stage in the world (even I must up the ante). They are absolutely stunning! Made with four graduated shades of pink and hundreds of rose-colored crystals, they measure seven feet across and weigh 2.3 pounds each.”
Dita Von Teese, Burlesque and the Art of the Teese / Fetish and the Art of the Teese

Crystal Woods
“What good is it if they miss your face but not your mind?”
Crystal Woods, Write like no one is reading

Shannon Celebi
“She was no stripper with a heart of gold, that was for sure. A heart of steel, more like.”
Shannon Celebi, The Lion Lies Down with the Lamb

“These were strange caricatures of human beings, weirdly inflated, their breasts enormous spheres, held in place by string bikinis with cups the size of fourteen-meter yacht spinnakers. Their legs were elongated too, their toes pointed straight downward into high-heeled shoes steeper than double black-diamond ski runs.”
Peter Sagal, The Book of Vice: Very Naughty Things

Chelsea Handler
“My time in heaven was up, and I was being told I wasn't the marrying kind by someone who undresses for a living.”
Chelsea Handler, My Horizontal Life: A Collection of One-Night Stands

Jackson Burnett
“You don’t call them ‘strippers.’ They’re dancers. ‘Strippers’ sounds cheesy and amateurish. These women are professionals.” The man sipped his beer and glanced at Zoe. “And, you don’t call them booger bars or strip joints, for the same reason.”
Jackson Burnett, The Past Never Ends

Darwun St. James
“Are you gay, Cherie?
Me, No… I’m not anything… I-I mean I prefer not to indulge, I stammered.
“Really... how do you mean?”
Well love has been an elusive story, like a fairytale adults tell children but I have never known any of it to be true. In reality it reminds me of religion. I am not sure God is real either, if God is real why do so many innocents suffer?
Innocents suffer because it is their destiny to suffer.
What? What does that mean?” I’m annoyed.
God has nothing to do with it. We are born into this world to experience all that is not God-like, so we can then be inspired to reach for higher spiritual goals.
I have never thought of it that way before. If that is so then I must be preparing for sainthood. Am I to think that all of my suffering as a child has been to prepare me for greatness?”
Darwun St James, Angel Sins

“Even with my bachelor’s degree, I still felt more comfortable at the strip club than anywhere else. And that feeling hit me the very first time I walked through those doors. While I initially starting dancing to avoid eviction, I stayed because I felt more at home in the strip club than I did in college, at church and at my parent’s. Not only was I accustomed to feeling degraded, I believed I didn’t deserve any better or that any man would treat me better than the men at the club.”
Elona Washington, From Ivy League To Stripper Life: 10 Lessons Learned

Crystal Woods
“He said I'm the winning lottery ticket, like he's never meant anything more.”
Crystal Woods, Write like no one is reading

Casey Renee Kiser
“Daddy is jive talking
and showering the stripper
Mommy is sleepwalking
while changing baby's diaper”
Casey Renee Kiser, Swan Wreck

Philip  Elliott
“I got this cousin, Lamar,' he said. 'Total fool. And by fool I mean motherfucker wouldn't find water in a swimming pool. But, like all fools, he once spoke a sentence of true wisdom. We'd been talking about this brother, who had a certain . . . fondness for the kind of place you and I find ourselves in right now, and Lamar, in the midst of all his usual ignorant bullshit, said, "You got to be wary of a man who spends all his time watching titties bounce."' Floyd threw his head back and laughed. 'Shit still gets me.”
Philip Elliott, Nobody Move

Darwun St. James
“In each club we went the dancers had the same moves, none nearly as sensuous as mine on any dance floor, but because they are scantily clad and stripping off the men go nuts and throw money at them. In the largest club and the last we went to I watched one pretty girl with big boobs pull a handful of twenties in one set. I followed her to the ladies-room to learn she only danced a few rounds per night and averaged $250 every night and with my face and body she said I would bank much more.”
Darwun St James, Angel Sins

Darwun St. James
“People come to New Orleans to forget themselves and party like a pagan. They gorge themselves on exotic spicy foods and five to seven course meals, taking hours to consume. They behave badly in bars and routinely encourage their willing female counterparts to flash their tits for cheap plastic beads. Beads women would never wear anywhere else but in New Orleans become triumphant symbols of one’s insatiable allure.”
Darwun St James, Angel Sins

Kate Meader
“Yes, it’s me, your PA, now your stripper for the evening. How do you do?”
Kate Meader, Taking the Score

Chris Bohjalian
“...this was why men fell in love with strippers and escorts: it wasn't the licentiousness, the dissembling, their craven willingness to do whatever you wanted. It was the way they would, out of the blue, surprise you with the psychic ability to know what you needed.”
Chris Bohjalian, The Guest Room

J. Matthew Nespoli
“I liken kissing baby cheeks to kissing stripper boobies. They’re both irresistible, but you’re bound to catch something. Scientists say there’s at least an 18% chance that the world’s next deadly viral pandemic is brewing in the saliva stew of a chubby baby’s cheeks, or a stripper’s boobies, at this very moment.”
J. Matthew Nespoli, Daddy Versus The Suck Monster

Stefan Diamante
“Perhaps the biggest myth about exotic entertainment agencies is that you can choose your entertainer. This is rarely an option anywhere as good private party strippers are far and few between.”
Stefan Diamante, Naked Ambition: A Male Stripper's True Account of Making Girls Behave Badly

Stefan Diamante
“I have no respect for burlesque or its practitioners. Brag all they want about being higher class than real strippers, they’re quick to seek bachelor parties on the down low. Hoping to make money for a change. And I’ve never known a burlesque entertainer who wasn’t a drug addict and/or a communist. Not sure which is worse. It’s communist.”
Stefan Diamante, Naked Ambition: A Male Stripper's True Account of Making Girls Behave Badly

Scott Turow
“She made up this whole tale about me. I worked in the jail. I hated the men in there. Just the way she and most of the other girls hated the men in the club. That's why they seemed to do it. For the chance to look down on men, who want it so badly, so openly, and who're not going to get it.”
Scott Turow, Personal Injuries

Jill McDonough
“At real stripper bars women just dance—so many things
they could be checking off their lists. I guess men don’t want
to see women work? They get that at home? In my Champagne
Room the butches plant bulbs, build bookshelves, clean
basements, write checks to the ACLU, retrain
your dog.”
Jill McDonough, Here All Night

“It wasn't cheating if it was a job. It wasn't cheating if it was only for money. If that was all it was, taking my clothes off pushed that line, but it was not crossing it.”
Valentine Glass, The Temptation of Eden

Samantha Bee
“I didn't have the energy to scream at the flasher or yell for security. And besides, the 'security team' was just a bunch of tanned strippers in peekabook bikini briefs and heels. So I took matters into my own hands.

'Thank God you're here. Get on top of me right now and force-feed me all of that man meat!' I shouted at him. 'Your penis is irresistible to me! I must have it in my body right this minute!'

I started to back him into a corner. 'No, don't put it back inside your pants! I require all of the services you are offering me. I request that you inspect my vaginables and see if they meet your exacting standards!'

As I pulled my own pants down, he ran out of the building, never so scared in his life.”
Samantha Bee, I Know I Am, But What Are You?

Romain Gary
“I should’ve known it,” he groaned. “The moment you pick up a bare-assed stripper from the Crazy Horse, she’s bound to be religious.”
Romain Gary, The Gasp

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