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What does it mean when guys tell me they think I would be a good stripper? Does that mean they like me, or are they making fun of me?
Bill: It probably means they’re watching way too much cable TV. As is typical in the world of slow-to-mature guys, they’re probably attempting to give you a compliment. But does a compliment from a Neanderthal really count? What to do about these boys? They’re glaringly ignorant, so ignore them.
Dave: Respond to these guys—once and only once—by telling them they will one day make great loser strip-bar patrons. It’ll be your way of letting these dudes know that doling out a “compliment” should never involve invoking a seedy culture that is demeaning to all females.
BY BILL AND DAVE ON 6/2/2014 12:00:00 AM
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