I think she was mauled by a Rottweiler
Without trying to milk the double entendres, but she's been done here several times before. And long may it continue....
She reminds me a lot of my O Grade English teacher, Mrs. MacMillan.
I played in a number of club bands around the northeast in the early 90s. Sunday lunchtimes in the clubs were often a band with strippers in between the sets, normally 3 or 4 different ones.There are a few bars in Newcastle city centre, which have strippers on match days. For Newcastle Utd and England games. They're not going round with a pint glass, asking for donations, or anything. Just get up on a podium and get on with it. I hear it goes on in Sunderland, too, but I have never been over to see them.
I have never seen this at any bars near Wolves, Villa, Man Utd, Leicester, QPR, Arsenal, Spurs, Celtic, Rangers, or any other grounds I have been to.
I played in a number of club bands around the northeast in the early 90s. Sunday lunchtimes in the clubs were often a band with strippers in between the sets, normally 3 or 4 different ones.
Most of them were mums just trying to earn some money for the family as their husbands used to work at the shipyards or down a pit. They hated their work (apart from one who we did a few gigs alongside, who was a real exhibitionist) and a few of them would be in tears in the shared dressing rooms.
A horrible experience all told and I’ve never been to a ‘gentleman’s club’ since.
Yes folks its the return of THE MEMORY JOG:-
In 1988, before i headed north into the forbidden zone, i had to go to "Toppers" in Poland street, in Soho, the job was to wire a few more socket into an existing ring main, the club was closed, only the cleaning staff and the bar staff in, about 1750 hrs the girls arrived, and as i was packing up and about to leave, the girls came in all topless, now, i'm no prude, but seeing half a dozen topless waitresses prancing about with their jugs bouncing around was to say the least a bit of an eyeful,. One of the bouncers came over and said" its for out of town business men, and mug punters, not for you son" he went on to say that the customers are conned into buying fake high priced drinks, the girls, don't get paid, but keep a percentage of the bottle price.