Re: OT Stripper culture
- From: Hester Mofet <HesterNOSPAMmofet@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 19:34:21 -0500
In article <q_IQj.5246$ko5.2777@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, JonesieCat
"Poe" <haunted@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"Bart Bailey" <me2@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
In Message-ID:<YHtQj.5047$ko5.3657@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> posted on
Fri, 25 Apr 2008 23:21:28 GMT, JonesieCat wrote: Begin
"It used to be something that we were sort of ashamed of. You didn'tWhat's next, teens aspiring to be Bukake Facial models?
admit to people that you were a stripper. But now, the hottest thing to
is, 'I can work a pole!' Who gives a f---? But it's a huge, weird
mean, you see actresses, and their passion project is to play a
Okay. I'm grossed out. Here's the first website that came up. It was more
than enough. Ewwwww!
I still think it would be fun to learn to pole dance at home - and good
exercise. It doesn't seem to me it would be easy to be good at it?
I think it would be good exercise - think of how difficult some of those
squat & work-it type moves would be on the quads and glutes, or that one
where you shimmy up the pole and then go upside-down while holding on with
your legs! But if you're about a half-century old like me, probably
something best tried out at home ;-)
I hear ya Girlfren.
And make sure no one videos it. I don't know how many drunk girls
falling off poles I've seen. on You Tube and Break.com.
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