Proper Facebook Etiquette

#579 "You could always be a stripper."

Monday 26th October, 2009

Dear Mariann,
My flatmate is having money difficulty and it came up in a tutorial. Her tutor told her “You could always be a stripper.” She had thought of this and asked him for his opinion. He said he it was “no big deal” and she should and she could show him her moves. She thinks she might arrange a show for him! Then sell the story to the Sun Sleeeeeeeezie
(With thanks for this dilemma from SuizieD in response to the post, flits off to his other fancier tits)

As they are both consenting adults there could be opportunity and benefits here for both. It is, afterall, one of the most traditional of occupations that one be able to take one clothes off for £s.

In some quarters there may be mutterings about how ‘far’ feminism has come (it has not). In others it is considered extremely bad manners not to take on precisely the instructions on what your tutor says.

On the other foot, if said tutor is teaching a stipper course, then you friend could be on the receiving end of some complimentary and encouraging advice. (Is this Strip School? Do you own the movie rights?)

IF, however, the aforementioned falls into the category of male greasy sleaze ball then she is well within her rights, and bottom shaking abilities, to set him up for a exposed in the Sun stun.

Has your friend thought of the possiblity of coming across other people that she may know at the strip club – could this be a class discussion point / potential field trip?…

Today a strip club; tomorrow the Sun front page and then a reality tv show. No delay, get your friend an agent now.

9 Responses to “#579 "You could always be a stripper."”

  1. CantBelieveIt says:

    OMG Just got the forms for a job app it asks for usernames and passwords to social networking accounts as part of a background check. Can't believe this from a recruitment company. Not going there.

  2. NoSpace says:

    Off topic but anyone seen the story in the telegraph (Uk) that Facebook and MySpace are engaged in content sharing talks. I don't want to be MySpace but suppose we will have no say and out data will be happily shared Oh well back to niosy garshiness it is them !

  3. Rocketman says:

    So a poke on facebook ?

    The History Man – anyone ?

  4. Dr Mariann Hardey says:

    @Tracy
    Well its all changed since my day. I would advise against such advances and admire from afar only.

  5. Dr Mariann Hardey says:

    @Dugdoo
    (dog-do surely?)
    I\m sure there's many a course that one could devise for such studies. One could also use Google, but that doesn't come with a graduand hat.

  6. Dr Mariann Hardey says:

    @Anon,
    Yes.

  7. Tracy says:

    Wish my tutor asked for a stip….He is the Uni pinup and we have a Facebook group or grope devoted to him LOL

  8. DugDoo says:

    Can you do a degree in it? Is that what they do in media studies? Only a 2:1 if you are fit? so many questions and how about some photo's?

  9. Anonymous says:

    Is there not a serious issue of sexula harrassment going on here?

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