Topless Restaurant

Topless Restaurant

eBook - 2016
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Donna talks to the waitresses down at le Panorama and starts to plan what she and the customer rep's wife might wear to supper.I manage to talk to the customer rep on the telephone. The customer rep asks me, "Is le Panorama some kind of sleazy place that will turn my wife off? I have enough problems with her right now and I certainly don't need any more problems."I lecture him, "The place is a really nice restaurant. The food is good, the service is good. The waitresses are young, attractive and they work topless. However, they're waitresses, not whores. They smile, take orders, serve the food and do what any other waitress in a high class restaurant does, only they do it topless."The customer rep asks, "Then, you have been to the place?""Yes, I took my wife and we had supper there, in order to know what to expect. I like the place. My wife liked the place, but she was a little worried that I might be distracted by the topless waitresses. She took steps to make sure that I remembered that she was still my lady, once we got home." (This last is called, in the business world, puttin' in the old hookaroo!)The customer rep says, "Look, Gary, I need this topless restaurant thing to work. How do we make sure it works?" (Once the customer rep starts to call me by my first name, I have him hooked. Now it's just a matter of hooking his wife as well!)"George, the ladies who go to the restaurant have a sort of style of their own. They're not topless, but they maybe show a bit more than they would at another place. Far be it for me to tell a lady how to dress for an evening out. However, my wife needs to talk to your wife. Donna can kind of ease Corrine into the idea of le Panorama and what a lady needs to wear there, given what the other ladies there are wearing."George says, "It does sound like a good idea for your wife to talk to my wife. However, Donna does need to be very careful here.""George, my wife was a bit skittish about going to le Panorama. However, she went and saw how it words, for herself. Donna will know what your wife's fears are, before we visit the restaurant and she'll be able to talk to Corrine, woman to woman, to prepare your wife for her first visit to le Panorama. Since it'll be Corrine's first visit to a topless place, some preparation will work very well here."George says, "Okay, I'll have Corrine call Donna. It sounds like the way to go. However, Donna needs to remember that around our home area, things are rather conservative and Corrine is a bit worried, maybe more than just a bit worried.""George, leave it to Donna. I have known Donna since we were in school together and Donna is pretty conservative for our area. Donna isn't some kind of wild child, she's the kind of woman who can talk to your wife. If Corrine talks to Donna, I'm sure that Corrine will come out here ready to at least try le Panorama. If Corrine tries le Panorama, I'm sure she'll have much the same reaction that Donna did and your problems should be over."George then asks, "By the way, what do I wear?""The same thing that you would wear to any other fancy restaurant. Definitely a jacket, however, a tie isn't required. One other thing, our waitress will be very friendly to you. She's being paid to be so friendly. The idea is to make your wife a bit jealous. However, absolutely no touching! Also staring isn't the way to go, although it won't get you thrown out."George says, "Right! I have your home phone and I'll have Corrine call Donna.""Sounds good. Donna and I can't wait to see you and your wife."Afterward, I talk with Donna. I tell her, "You need to do your very best here. If we can cure George, the customer rep's problem, I'll get a nice promotion and we'll get a raise in pay."Donna says, "As long as you remember it's we curing George's problem.""Donna, we need to work as a team, always!. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : R. Richard, 2016.
ISBN: 9781370897643
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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