“Scores is a comfort zone for me.”
—Danielle Staub on why she chose to throw her birthday party at a strip club. Remember when the former stripper acted all injured and shy before going to that pole-dancing lesson? Bish, please. [NY Post] Keep reading »
Last night, Danielle Staub of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” celebrated her 48th birthday at the plastic surgeon’s office Scores strip club in New York City. As Danielle’s maybe girlfriend, Lori Michaels, told Radar, “It’s her party and she’ll strip if she wants to.”
We haven’t heard any reports about what went down at the party, but in our dream world, here are 10 things we imagine happened. Keep reading »
Dude, Zac Efron
is whipped. Before a trip to a Flashdancers Gentlemen’s Club
in New York City, he got his girlfriend’s permission. Last night Zac said on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” that he called Vanessa Hudgens
to tell her in advance he’d be hitting the strip club with his “High School Musical” co-star Corbin Bleu. She was “fine” with it, Zac claims. What a good boyfriend! [3am Girls
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I am a recovered vegan. I gave up all animal by-products for four years in high school, so while I’ve since been converted back to the way of cheese, I do empathize with people who are disciplined enough to keep with it. Case in point, Johnny Diablo, who’s been a vegan for 23 years and opened a vegan restaurant in Portland, Oregon, called Casa Diablo. And, uh, it’s a strip club with a “From Dusk Til Dawn” theme. “Please do not wear fur, feathers, silk, wool, or leather on stage. Thank you, the Animals,” reads a sign in the dressing room.
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Boing Boing points us to a Metro Times story on Jay Thunderbolt, a six-foot-five, 45-year-old Detroit resident who operates a strip club out of his house. Thunderbolt was left facially disfigured after he was shot in the head by a stranger when he was 11. For much of his life, he worked as a bodyguard — for a “dirty cop” and an adult theater owner. Eventually, he settled on running a strip club out of whatever private residence he was occupying. The business is open 24 hours a day, and customers can pick dancers from a photo album filled with Polaroids. “It’s 10 dollars a dance with the g-string on, 20 dollars with the g-string off,” according to house rules, and the proprietor takes 10 percent. What happens if the cops show up? The CEO of Thunderbolt Entertainment explains what he tells the girls: “Somebody show them some boobs, press them up against the window and say thank you for being a cop.” [Metro Times via Boing Boing] Keep reading »
Iceland has passed a law to shut down all strip clubs, making it illegal for any business to profit from the nudity of its employees.
Well, duh. It’s cold up there.
Actually, no: politician Kolbrun Halldorsdottir, who first proposed the law, said on Wednesday, “It is not acceptable that women, or people in general, are a product to be sold.” Iceland began hammering that point home last year when it passed a law effectively banning prostitution by criminalizing the purchase of sex; the strip club law is simply the next step. Keep reading »