As soon as they start up with "stripper mode," interrupt it by saying "Stop!"
Usually, this'll be met with a "deer-in-the-headlights" look from the girl. After all, what guy would tell her to stop dancing for them? Does this mean you don't like her? Did she do something wrong? Have you changed your mind? What's going on!!!!
All that will run through her mind after you put on the breaks, and most of all, it will snap her out of that dreaded "stripper mode."
After that, smile at her and say "You know what, I don't want you to dance for me. Just sit and talk to me for a while."
Pretty much every Stripper is more than willing to sit and talk for a dance rather than exert herself by dancing any day of the week. They will all happily sit on your lap and chatter on about stuff for a few minutes. Use this time to talk to her, ask her about her personal life, share your own personal stories (but don't brag, I'll talk more about that later). Basically, try to get your foot in the door of "Everyone Else." This little chat you have will make you stand out from the crowd.
And when the time is up, should she ask you if you want to do another, politely decline, but say "I had a great time talking with you. Come by and hang out if you're bored." Most of the time they won't because they'll be busy working the room. But sometimes they do, and even if they don't, you've set yourself apart in their mind as someone who's not the average "customer."
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