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Hi guys,

Can you please clarify me this metaphoric phrase? I heard it in this context: "Waitress in the strip club sees the strip dancer counting the money....

Waitress: Hey, you shouldn't flash that around.

Waitress: Everybody here needs more money.

Waitress: What'd you do anyway, rob a bank?

strip dancer: It's from a customer.

Waitress (little jokingly) :You could ride that wave all the way home...Emotion: sadEmotion: sad...(Please guys, I'm out here...:-(((

strip dancer: It's not like that; he's a nice guy.

many thanks in advance for your help...

Best Regards
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It means that she could continue to get advantage from her acticities.
Meaning here 'You could continue taking advantage of the guy.'
And I presume all the way home means completely.
Hi Madhulk,
Yeah, that is my guess too. But I have never heard that metaphore before Emotion: sad, that's why I'm asking here......Are you sure about that meaning?
thx and have a nice weekend.
JCD
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JCDentonHi Madhulk,
Are you sure about that meaning?
JCD

Only for the first part. I'm not sure is it completely though.
To ride on/a/the wave means to become involved with and get advantages
from opinions or activities which have become very common or popular.