Strip Club Tip: Lobster Trapping

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Strip Club Tip: Lobster Trapping

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Here is another classic Advanced Gentleman’s Club move I have been using to great effect for years:

One of the most effective moves you can do at a Gentleman’s Club is called “Lobster Trapping” in the G’s argot. This also works especially well in a Down Economy.

Basically, Lobster Trapping is going to a Gentleman’s Club early in the night, let’s say 10pm, and post up. You only want to stay about an hour or so.

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During that hour, you want to do the typical G things we all know and love: roll in Dolo, suited down, flash CASH, smoke jacks and tell lies like OJ on trial. You know, International Playboy type stuff. Tell girls you are only staying for a “little while” because your friend is opening a new dope Wine Bar or something. Display mad swag.

Which for me, is no bother since I got more Game than Parker Brothers, Can’t Lose like Parker Lewis, and drink more wine than Robert Parker.

Basically, make the Exotic or Exotics crestfallen that they can’t roll with you. This is the setting the “trap” part of Lobster Trapping. When they beg you to come back, give them your Appypolly loggys and reply “Maybe”.

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Next you want to shoot to some kind of civilian lounge or nightclub for a while and crunch some civilian numbers. Maybe some waitress girls, Nightlife Princesses, Platinum Diggers or swoop a promoter’s or DJ’s girlfriend. Spend about an hour and half or so doing this (these time estimates are based on a Typical West Coast time schedule. Las Vegas or Miami Beach would obviously be different). This will give the Exotic Dancers just enough time to miss you, for the Washington Apple shots to take hold, Beeks to have effect and for “regular guy” to make you look good.

After that non-sense, shoot back to the Gentleman’s Club. It’s time to check the “harvesting” of your “traps” for Exotics. (And I don’t mean that Super fly Model style Exotic Dancer I know from The Rhino in Las Vegas named Exotica, real name Cindy, either).

Girls will be all over you like lobsters on rotting, decaying Dover Sole. Or a rival you delivered down to Davey Jones Locker.

Close Artistically

Click Here to Download The G Manifesto’s Free Gentleman’s Club Report (pdf)

Be sure to check The G Manifesto’s Gentleman’s Club Resources:

Top Ten Strip Club Mistakes

Advanced move for Picking up Exotic Dancers

The Gentleman’s Club Theorem AKA The Local Bar Theorem

Manifesto Destiny II: Innovative Gentleman’s Club Concepts

Manifesto Destiny: The Gentleman’s Club

The Rest is Up to You…

Michael Porfirio Mason
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9 Comments on "Strip Club Tip: Lobster Trapping"

  1. The G Manifesto
    02/06/2009 at 9:11 pm Permalink


    A Manifesto on picking up exotic dancers. I thought for a minute you had lost it.

  2. The G Manifesto
    03/06/2009 at 9:00 pm Permalink

    This is some futuristic stuff. Take it down a notch. No one gets it.

  3. The G Manifesto
    04/06/2009 at 3:17 pm Permalink

    Kudos to you Mr Mason. The Manifesto is finally back! Top 10 classic.

    As a side note, while focusing on Gentlemen’s club again (finally), what are your 2 cents (so to speak), on dressing up as such at a said venue:

    Perhaps we can get a Manifesto in the future on this???

  4. The G Manifesto
    04/06/2009 at 7:26 pm Permalink

    Did you read the book Crossing California?

  5. The G Manifesto
    The G Manifesto
    05/06/2009 at 9:03 am Permalink


    “Did you read the book Crossing California?”

    I haven’t.

    Worth reading?

    – MPM

  6. The G Manifesto
    05/06/2009 at 3:04 pm Permalink

    This should have been called Crab Pottin’…no explanation needed.

    Roseville was good, now friends with Chef Amy

  7. The G Manifesto
    05/06/2009 at 10:43 pm Permalink

    Why do you insist on lying to the dancers? Dancers have heard it all! Better would be to authentic, alluring, and different the usual losers they have to talk to all night.

  8. The G Manifesto
    07/06/2009 at 4:17 am Permalink


    The story is set in the late 70’s and early 80’s in a part of Chicago called West Rogers Park. The characters are mostly middle-class and Jewish. The author does a great job at weaving the story together; it kept me interested.

    It may not be up your alley. The book had one fly girl, she talked about putting ex-boyfriends in the “Davey Jones locker.” I had never heard that phrase mentioned outside of the book.

    Crossing California probably wouldn’t be your thing – I can’t say for sure. Either way, you are undisputed People’s Champ.

  9. The G Manifesto
    01/02/2010 at 10:31 pm Permalink

    so…in conclusion. the morale of the story is that you are a big time lair and live a shallow meaningless life. Just as you lie to these girls.. you may lie to your audience,, I never liked the fake it til you make it attitude… this will com back to bite you soon enough.

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