I share the city I live in with about 1.2 million others who also have the honor of calling it home.
That doesn’t sound too impressive compared with population of New York City (over 8 million) or Los Angeles (just under 4 million) but it’s not a contest, is it?
Oh, it is a contest? Shit! Why am I always the last person to find these things out?!
Well, here’s some interesting information that may redeem the reputation of the city I live in: It has the most strip clubs (both nude and topless) per square mile than any other city in the US!
While that may not be something most people are proud of, it does explain why so many of the strip clubs here serve food.
Nearly every radio station in the area plays a commercial for at least one strip club at every break. Of course, they aren’t called “strip clubs,” “titty bars”, or “nudie bars”. They’re referred to as “Gentleman’s Clubs”.
The radio adverts always promise (along with the “friendliest, sexiest ladies in town”) a five star, all you can eat buffet that’s usually free with the price of admission.
Nine times out of ten, the woman reading the ad- she always has a sexy voice BTW- lists a few of the things on the buffet. They invariably include rib-eye, New York strip, and porterhouse steaks, spare and baby-back ribs, lamb, veal, and all types of shellfish- including Maine lobster.
My question to all of you is:
Does anyone else find this disgusting beyond belief, or is it just me?
When someone mentions a strip club, do you immediately think of
- Naked (or nearly naked) dancers gyrating within close proximity of you?
- Eating a meal– with naked dancers gyrating dangerously close to your dinner?
People who prepare food in restaurants, cafeterias etc are required by law to wear hairnets at all times.
There’s no law requiring the same of strippers. Whose hair would you rather find on your baby-back ribs? Hair from the head Juan the grill cook? Or pubic hair from Cristal the Naughty Nun?
I look forward to all of your replies.