Excuses for 5pm-10pm shift??

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Okay so I want to apply for this stripping job and there is a shift for 5pm to 10pm but I still live with my mother (I'm 18) so what are some excuses I can use for having that shift a few days a week. What are some other jobs that require a 5 to 10 shift??
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Is this for real
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Vicky628
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Retail/restaurants

Not convinced being a secret stripper is a good idea though...
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A stripping job? Seriously? Maybe just find another job.
But you could just say an evening shift in any job. Just hope they never come down and see you.
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(Original post by Vicky628)
Retail/restaurants

Not convinced being a secret stripper is a good idea though...
Do retail/restaurants have late shifts like 5 to 10pm??
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Do retail/restaurants have late shifts like 5 to 10pm??
yep
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Do retail/restaurants have late shifts like 5 to 10pm??
I work 5-11 and 4-10 in retail so the hours aren't a problem

But seriously, there's better jobs out there for someone your age...
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I just tell my mum I am going to the library when I go to my stripping job.
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(Original post by Alexion)
I work 5-11 and 4-10 in retail so the hours aren't a problem

But seriously, there's better jobs out there for someone your age...
which job is this (store name) if you dont mind me asking?

Its not a permanent job, its just an easier temporary job instead of retail
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which job is this (store name) if you dont mind me asking?

Its not a permanent job, its just an easier temporary job instead of retail
Sainsbury's

I know people who only worked there for 2 months, it doesn't have to be long-term at all - I'm just approaching 6 months now and tbh I quite enjoy it (18 hours a week).

I'd avoid stripping jobs. Puts you at risk of ridiculing from people you know, and could very easily get back to your parents despite what you tell them.
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Sainsbury's

I know people who only worked there for 2 months, it doesn't have to be long-term at all - I'm just approaching 6 months now and tbh I quite enjoy it (18 hours a week).

I'd avoid stripping jobs. Puts you at risk of ridiculing from people you know, and could very easily get back to your parents despite what you tell them.
I highly doubt any one I know would go to strip club :lol: and hence it wouldn't get to my parents.
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I highly doubt any one I know would go to strip club :lol: and hence it wouldn't get to my parents.
Still not exactly the most... empowering job I know of. :/

Sorry, who am I to tell you what to do. If you want to, then do it
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You're gonna be one broke-ass stripper if you're clocking off at 10pm.
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You're gonna be one broke-ass stripper if you're clocking off at 10pm.
I thought the same thing, plus who goes to a strip club at 5pm? The ones earning money will be working the late shifts
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I thought the same thing, plus who goes to a strip club at 5pm?
I guess a few back room staff...

http://i.imgur.com/4UDD3je.jpg
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I guess a few back room staff...

http://i.imgur.com/4UDD3je.jpg
😂 😂
I meant as in customers. I would wager that the majority of clients with copious amounts of money will still be at work at five pm, not frequenting a strip club. All about those night shifts!
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5-10 wow....sounds like kindergarten work.

I'm working noon -11:30 tomorrow
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😂 😂
I meant as in customers. I would wager that the majority of clients with copious amounts of money will still be at work at five pm, not frequenting a strip club. All about those night shifts!
I bet the majority of strip club clients aren't loaded, they're just regular guys who get drunk and forget they don't have copious amounts of money. Things probably get going around 2am. Source: my imagination.
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Can I have the address of this place for um..reasons..
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Because your mum won't want to come at see you at your new job...

What are you going to do when she wants to visit you one day?
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