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Comments by Array

  • review comment
    19 hours ago
    Clover
    Clover is a cool girl. I’ve had many nice dances from her.
  • review comment
    3 months ago
    Array
    Pennsylvania
    Good and bad
    ^vanilla, it’s not fair to call her a scammer for charging her own prices. She told me exactly what she would charge, her dance was exactly as promised. And, she really was a stunner. Don’t call it a “beginner mistake” when I knew exactly what I was doing and the attendant risks.
  • review comment
    3 months ago
    Array
    Pennsylvania
    Good and bad
    ^fun, yeah, I forgot to mention the smoking. That’s part of the “bad.” My conclusion is that Delilah’s might be the place for big spenders and those looking to impress clients, but much less so for us lesser slobs.
  • discussion comment
    6 months ago
    samiel
    DFW, Texas
    Hearing impaired dancer
    6-7 years ago in Bradenton, FL, or close by. I don’t think she was totally deaf but still greatly impaired. I didn’t have the opportunity to see any stage dances that day as there were only about three dancers and two patrons that afternoon.
  • review comment
    7 months ago
    Sunmat
    Pennsylvania
    First visit to CL
    I was at Cheerleaders today also, and I will defend the honor of Bella. I had a few dances and VIP with her today. She was very upfront with what she would do (e.g., no FS or bj) and at what cost. She was definitely not a ROB for me today.
  • review comment
    7 months ago
    Array
    Pennsylvania
    Changing for the better
    All I will say is, go on a Friday or Saturday afternoon.
  • review comment
    7 months ago
    bassdrumhanging
    Seeing Double and Feeling Single
    First time with Nicole
    I was there a couple days ago, and I have to agree with you. Nicole is a fine-looking woman. I can’t speak to her back room activities, but she was my back-up plan if my preferred lady hadn’t shown up.
  • discussion comment
    7 months ago
    gSteph
    The view from the other side of the room
    What are you reading these days?
    “Project Hail Mary” by Andy Weir, who also wrote “The Martian.” Almost as good, but not quite.
  • review comment
    7 months ago
    Array
    Pennsylvania
    Changing for the better
    @Neil, all I can say is that that is what I was told last week, and my Saturday evening visit a few months ago was simply dreadful.
  • discussion comment
    7 months ago
    drewcareypnw
    not the real drew carey, but I play him at strip clubs...
    Do you like to be alone? Do you notice that you like it more as you get older?
    @Shailynn, I’m living your plan now, except that I don’t gamble. But, I still find a void in my home which I wish would be filled by a woman sitting next to me on the sofa watching tv in the evenings and sharing the cookies I just baked and listening to me tell about what my grandkids did today. I can find a sex partner elsewhere and I don’t want another wife but there is that bit of a hole in my life that only a special woman can fill.
  • review comment
    7 months ago
    Night Club, Not Strip Club. Cash Rules Everything Around Me
    @Elitis, your report jives with what most others have said about the club. I know it’s a 24/7 club, but what’s the vibe I’d expect if I went, say, on a Wednesday afternoon or early weekday evening? The same crowds and ROB dancers?
  • discussion comment
    8 months ago
    Politicians and their looks
    @Risk alluded to it. This goes back at least to the 1960s. It’s been said by some that the 1960 presidential election turned around by the televised debate between Kennedy and Nixon. Kennedy was well made up and slickly dressed for television and Nixon wasn’t. Check out an old picture. The difference is stark. Television may have a lot to do with this in general. Look at the candidates in pre-TV elections. Some scary-looking dudes won.
  • review comment
    8 months ago
    Saturday Night Fever
    I used to go regularly but I haven’t been there in almost six months. Are you saying they still haven’t opened the new part? I think they started construction pre-COVID.
  • discussion comment
    10 months ago
    Using dogs to connect with strippers
    Is the dog a pit bull? I think that’s the strippers’ dog of choice.
  • article comment
    10 months ago
    JAprufrock
    Did desertscrub's mom suck you dry, too?
    Toronto, Canada: An underrated mongering scene
    I have been to Toronto once and partook based on Mr. Prufrock’s advice. Spot on!!!
  • discussion comment
    a year ago
    ilbbaicnl
    Keep it in my pants when I do OTC. If I were a stripper it would stand for I like big bucks and I can not lie.
    Credit where credit's due
    Trump does not hire ugly women. His whole female staff is a 7up show.
  • discussion comment
    a year ago
    Array
    Pennsylvania
    A Suggestion
    @gannamu95: I didn’t dream this up because of a rejected review. I was just annoyed that I was once again writing about the physical layout in addition to the experience. I hadn’t considered the potential “weaponization” aspect. That’s a very good point. Oh, well. Never mind!
  • discussion comment
    a year ago
    Greatest TV show opening theme song
    In the late 1960’s I would watch from 7-10 pm in order, The Wild Wild West, Mission Impossible and Star Trek. I can’t forget any of those theme songs.
  • discussion comment
    a year ago
    Electronman
    Too much of a good thing is never enough
    Chat GPT writes a review of Follies
    I had been to Follies only twice. But, I’d say the only thing it got right was “…a memorable experience.”
  • discussion comment
    a year ago
    motorhead
    Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life
    Would You Climb Mount Everest?
    I used to dream about climbing Everest, but dropped that thought when it became mainly a commercial activity sponsored by the Nepalese government. Too, too many people. I also suddenly remembered my moderate fear of heights. I’d love to climb places like Gran Teton or Half Dome. I tried climbing Angels Landing a few years ago but turned around when the chains started. A few months ago I decided to really face my fear of heights with the Edge Walk on the CN Tower in Toronto. It’s a walk around the outside of the tower at about 1158 feet. The difference though is the extent the tower goes to to ensure safety. It’s quite the thrill for those who can’t manage an Everest or Grand Teton or Angels Landing. Next time you’re in Toronto you should try it before your visit to Allure.
  • review comment
    a year ago
    Array
    Pennsylvania
    As advertised
    Hahahaha! Both wrong! She made the remark in the midst of our mutual pleasuring. No brag, guys, just fact! This lady was an all around treat, guys, beautiful, personable, funny (see above) and an excellent entertainer in the VIP.
  • review comment
    a year ago
    Array
    Pennsylvania
    Thursday Night
    @Techman, as I said single lap dances are not the primary dance mode here, and I’ve never actually had any. The 15 and 30 minute VIPs are most common.
  • discussion comment
    a year ago
    Need Strip Clubs in Airports
    I once flew in the upper deck of a 747. Very few seats. I could only imagine the fun which could be had there on a lightly loaded plane.
  • discussion comment
    a year ago
    Papi_Chulo
    Miami, FL (or the nearest big-booty club)
    OT: Lawmakers Dumped Their Shares In First Republic Bank Before The Company Coll
    Wait, what? Are you saying that Democrats can be just as shady as Republicans? Just wait until Clarence Thomas hears about this!