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The Secret of a Happy Life Includes Exotic Dancers

Saturday, January 22, 2005

(SNN) It started on Thursday, when William Fried told eighth grade students at Jane Lathrop Stanford Middle School that stripping and exotic dancing could be profitable career choices.

You can earn a tremendous amount of money as an exotic dancer, if that's your desire.

During his career day presentation, “The Secret of a Happy Life”, Fried told girls that stripping could earn them as much as $250,000 a year depending on their bust size. "It's sick, but it's true," Fried told The Associated Press. "The truth of the matter is you can earn a tremendous amount of money as an exotic dancer, if that's your desire."

A sheet that Fried distributes to students includes 140 career choices. The school has asked Fried to give his 55-minute presentation, "The Secret of a Happy Life," for the past three years. Unfortunately for Fried one of the eighth graders actually decided to read the list before throwing it away.

There is more to being an exotic dancer that taking your clothes off for big money.

Fried’s information is technically accurate, but there is more to being an exotic dancer that taking your clothes off for big money. While stripping seems like a good career for many young girls, not everyone can make $250,000 a year. Even with a large bust size, you still need enthusiasm, creativity, dance skills and the desire to turn tricks on the side.

Fried said that he does not think he offended anyone. "Eighth-grade kids are not dumb," he said. "They are pretty worldly." Unfortunately, despite the sophistication of the eighth graders, not everyone can be as worldly as a 13 year old. "I don't think that your natural or implant-inflated bust size is what our schools aim to nurture," school board member Mandy Lowell said. "My aspiration is not to have children in this district become exotic dancers.”


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"I don't think that your natural or implant-inflated bust size is what our schools aim to nurture," school board member Mandy Lowell said. "My aspiration is not to have children in this district become exotic dancers.”

Yeah, and I bet Mandy is one of those women that you don't want to see exotic dancing. Consider the source. Ugly women naturally are against anything where a guy gets a chance to pay to look at a good looking woman. Hell, that is the only way some guys will ever get to admire natural beauty in the later years of the marriage.

--Tommy
 
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