One of the biggest mistakes you can make when organising a stripper for your bucks party, birthday or special occasion, is getting asked to make a deposit to secure your stripper. This is a big mistake, chances are you will lose your money. One of the biggest complaints we get at Party Strippers is by customers who paid deposits to other Agents, and the stripper didnt turn up.
When you make a booking for a stripper here at Party Strippers, we dont require a deposit to be paid. You pay the stripper cash on arrival… how easy is that. When you make your booking we get a few details about where and when you want your stripper, and you pay the stripper on arrival. Lots of Agents will give you lots of stories about why you should pay a deposit, but at the end of the day you still stand a huge chance of losing your money. NEVER PAY A DEPOSIT – IT AINT WORTH IT. If you want to book a female stripper or male stripper in Sydney, without having to pay a deposit, give Party Strippers Sydney a call… (02) 9769-1555
Been some time since I have made a Post to my My Aussie Blog so to-day I would like give you an up-date of our new website changes for visitors on mobile phones. The screenshot on the left of this Post is for Party Strippers Mobile.
As you know I,ve been a stripper working around Sydney for the last 12 years. I started out as a stripper at the Eros Theatre in the City, when it was owned by Jaron. They were the good old days, when there was lots of work.
These days I do lots of private parties… bucks nights, birthdays, and farewells.
If you check out the links on a mobile phone you will find they load very fast, no waiting for hours while the page loads. All of the webpages take a maximum of only around 6 to 8 seconds to load on the screen… not bad for a mobile phone. The only drawback is that you have to reduce the quality of the strippers images so they load faster, that reduces there quality.
So if your having a bucks party, birthday party, farewell or any special occasion and need a female stripper in Sydney, make sure you give us a call… Sydney (02) 9687-2216.
If you want to succeed with internet dating, an online romantic interest should be seen as a potential dating partner. Once it is established that there is a potential for a relationship, you and your online lover should try communicating on the phone and then meet in person. Because of its physical limitations, internet relationships are considered ‘incomplete’ or seen as a transition to real-life dating. While it may be argued whether or not humans can experience the wholeness of another individual through a screen and keyboard, a person who meets potential dates online must be prepared to meet them offline as well. Keep in mind that people online tend to experiment with their identities – something that is not always intentional. Often, people feel satisfied by an internet relationship not because this relationship is really successful, but because their subconscious inclinations and fantasies are temporarily satisfied. That’s why once these relationships move into the offline world, some of them are destined to crumble. They realize that they cannot physically live the online fantasy they have created. Also, the image of the ‘perfect partner’ is often projected in the internet, and your expectations aren’t met when you meet the person face-to-face. The solution to these raised expectations is to keep your online interactions grounded in real life. Yes, fantasies can be healthy, but not when you expect them to completely translate into your real life. People are naturally imperfect, so there’s no reason for you to expect Hollywood endings and celebrity looks from your online partner.
Meeting your online partner in person for the first time can be nerve-wracking and confusing. You usually worry if they’re up to your expectations or if you’re up to theirs. Sometimes you also worry if your partner will show up at all. Whatever concerns you may have, make sure that you stay relaxed throughout the process and that you don’t worry too much. Here are some tips that can help you feel more comfortable with the Online-to-Offline transition of your relationship:
Have a phone conversation first before meeting.
This phone conversation can take place anytime during your online relationship. If you think it’ll make you feel more at ease, you can call your online lover a few hours or so before the meeting takes place. You can let him or her know what you’re wearing, how you can be easily identified, etc. When you hear your lover’s voice on the phone, seeing and hearing them in person won’t come as a big shock to you. Meet in a neutral place. Asking your online lover to pick you up at home is a no-no for your first offline meeting. It’s best to meet in a casual public place that will allow you to talk and get used to each other’s company. Meeting your online lover in his or her apartment or workplace can also be stressful, so make sure that you meet in an area that neither of you consider as your ‘turf’.
If you haven’t exchanged photos yet, now would be a good time
Seeing each other’s recent photographs will help you identify each other in a crowd more easily. Nothing is creepier than a guy walking around the park asking a random woman if she’s the one he’s looking to meet. Looking at your online lover’s photo also helps you become more realistic in terms of your expectations. Make sure that you are comfortable about your meeting arrangements You shouldn’t make a commitment to meet in a time and place that you’re not comfortable with. Don’t let yourself be forced into making arrangements that you don’t like. Think of what’s convenient and comfortable for you, and try to find a schedule that you both agree with. This will definitely help your mood when you meet, and you won’t feel as tense. Also, being forced into something is not a great way to start a relationship. Keep things casualTry not to talk about traumatizing relationships or childhood memories on your first meeting. Also, don’t feel pressured into having sex on your first date. The first meeting of online lovers is usually for the sake of familiarization. You have to get to know each other first and to be comfortable with each other’s company.
If you take these tips to heart and keep them in mind before your first meeting – you’ll definitely be on the right track. Your first offline meeting should be a fun, relaxing experience – you deserve nothing less than a great time!
If your an Aussie from down here in Australia… a great Oz dating site to check-out is Adult Matchmaker. A link to there website is located directly below this video, and thanks for watching.
By now you already know the best online hangouts, as well as how to set up a great profile. At this point it’s up to you to decide the extent to which you want your online love affairs to go. While there are people online who are looking for serious committed relationships, there are also people who are interested in more casual encounters – whether these encounters are real or virtual. Regardless of what you’re looking for online, it’s still important to be cautious.
People participating in cybersex say that they have engaged in some of the most satisfying sex they have ever experienced. While the anonymity and freedom of cybersex can help you let go of your inhibitions and let you fulfill your fantasies, it still helps to establish a level of trust with people you have cybersex with. Establish some ground rules first so that you enjoy the experience and don’t have to worry about feeling violated or offended. Also, while it is quite normal to engage in cybersex, there are people out there who can and will track you down if you are not cautious. Just remember not to give out sensitive personal information until you have gotten to know your online partner for a while.
Nowadays there are available programs that allow to users to scan other users in a chat room and find out their geographic location using their IP addresses. In addition, by means of your IP address your computer’s unique identification number can be traced – something that ‘curious’ people might take advantage of. There are also several Trojan viruses that a sophisticated user might install inside of your computer when sending you different files (such as a photo or voice sample). These Trojans are dangerous because they allow a user to run your computer on the internet as if it was theirs. Make sure that you also do not give your financial information and account passwords to strangers online – no matter how nice and trustworthy they might seem. You may be genuinely looking for a real romantic connection on the internet, but there are people out there who also want to take advantage of you. So be careful, take it slow, and trust your instincts.
Things to Watch Out For…
Sometimes, there are ‘red flags’ that pop up intuitively when you’re reading online profiles or talking to a potential online lover. Don’t ignore these red flags! If your gut is telling you that something is wrong or simply ‘off’, you should pay attention and be more cautious. Here are five examples that usually set off your red flag or indicate that something is wrong:
• Your online lover tends to be inconsistent. Whether it’s about her job, her pets, her grades, etc. it doesn’t matter. Inconsistency often means lying. But don’t jump to conclusions – make sure that you are clear to point out these inconsistencies. Sometimes, it’s simply a misunderstanding of the facts.
• Your online lover is overly needy of your attention, time, or money. Ifyou’re looking for a relationship, you deserve nothing less than a healthy relationship. You don’t need an emotional vampire who will just suck you dry. It’s not your job to make other people happy with themselves, and it’s not your job to boost their self-esteem.
• You are being pressured into revealing personal information and details. Odds are, this person will only take advantage of you. Decent, wellmeaning people online know that you shouldn’t pressure someone into giving personal information before a face-to-face meeting. Good people know how to build trust first. If you’re being pressured into doing something that you don’t want to do, tell your online lover firmly about this. If he or she still won’t stop, then it’s time to terminate the relationship.
• If your online lover doesn’t want to send you a photograph after a few weeks of good online communication, then something is obviously wrong. Even if he or she has excuses about not owning a digital camera or scanner, it’s very easily to get your photo online by using the computer of friends or a local computer shop. So your lover basically has no excuse to not send you a photo.
• While it’s impossible to find someone who is 100% exactly compatible with you, you shouldn’t attempt to forge a strong romantic relationship with people whose views on religion and politics are completely opposed to yours – especially if they’re being strongly vocal about it. However, if you want to have a marriage that will most likely end in divorce, this is the route to take. In both the offline and online dating scene, people have to be aware of these little indicators that show signs of trouble. By catching these problems early on, you won’t be able to subject yourself to pain and humiliation.
After all, when you’re dating, your priority should be your own safety and happiness. If you feel that the other person can endanger that, then he or she is obviously not meant for you.