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Response to eridani (Original post)

Sun Feb 1, 2015, 09:12 AM

4. i can see it. i cocktail waitressed long ago at a place

where the servers wore a black blazer and tights. no pants. most wore a top that barely showed under the jacket. we wore dancers panties, but you couldnt wear anything w legs, and most wore the very high cut panties. and heels were expected.
we were also expected to color our hair if we had any grey.

on a really good night, you might make $100. (late 70's) but ass grabbing was common, both from the customers and the bands that played there.

my daughter waits tables now, and $100 is still a good shift, tho the shifts are shorter. so she usually works 2.

at least she gets to wear pants and comfy shoes.

but flirting is still expected if you want a decent tip.

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