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Kitten dancing in a cage2

the teacher gets tipped

Sometimes my classes are far funnier than you would expect. Tonight I taught the girls how to strip out of a skirt. I was busy explaining the fine art of slowly unzipping your skirt (for those that had zippers) when suddenly my very serious speech was interrupted by the unmistakable sound of velcro being ripped apart. One of the girls had worn a velcro attached skirt. It sent us all into a fit of laughter. For the rest of the night, when it was her turn to practice her new skirt strip, we couldn't help but fall over laughing every time we heard her velcro.

There was also a fun moment when the girls did their first time dancing solo tonight. The velcro skirt gal was having so much fun that she ran to her purse and got some dollar bills ready (as if she were at a strip club). But I guess she was so mesmerized by the other student's performance that she forgot to tip her the bills. She apologized to the solo student after, since the solo student thought she was going to get the bills (even if it was just a joke). So I don't know why I felt inspired to do so, but I told the solo student, "this is what you do to get the tip."

Mind you I just learned this on Saturday from a former topless dancer, I guess I was in the mood to be fun (since the rest of the class was) and test it out. I got down on my hands and knees and did a sensual crawl up to the gal with the dollar bills. Then I got up on my knees in front of her, opened my legs in a way I can't quite described here, and proceeded to undulate my hips in a wave like suggestive way. Then I pulled the top of my shorts open just half an inch to indicate that this was where to put the bills. The student promptly tipped me. It was just a joke and I expected to simply stand up when it was over, toss the bills back, and go on with the class. But much to my surprise, as I got up, the girls in the class burst out in wild cheers and applause. Wow. My first time doing this trick and the girls went wild for it. I told them all that while the move I just did wasn't included in the class, I could teach it to anyone who wanted to book a private lesson (one of the many services I offer). Who knew that advertising your services could be so fun!

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I don't feel tardy?

*cues up "Hot for Teacher" by Van Halen* ;p

Yay for Kitten :)

On a side note, I'm sitting at a coffee shop enjoying my hot cocoa and I pick up a copy of ASUW experimental college class schedule and my first thought is of you. They have a myriad of dance classes like the Belly Dancing and lots of Exercise & Health Classes like Sals, Swing.. for health. And I'm thinking, you know, it would be cool if not only could Kitten do an intro to pole dancing through this "expermental college" thing, her students could get a nifty little piece of paper too, making Kitten a "certifiable pole-dancing instructor".

Re: I don't feel tardy?

I would love to teach for those kinds of folks. But it involves taking a pretty hefty pay cut so that that the college can take a sizable cut.

Re: I don't feel tardy?

I was taken Kendo classes for cheap at Tacoma Community College a few years ago. They us gave initial training, history, ect for about 8 weeks. After that, we were all invited for another set of classes outside the college system for a much larger fee...

That said, you sound like you're doing great all on your own and don't need any additional people piling up on your wait list. :)

I am really proud of you for living your dream!

Re: I don't feel tardy?

That means a lot to me! Thank you!!