|Without admitting you’ve ever been, did you go to a “gentlemen’s club” (strip joint) for the naked dancers or the booze? |
Lisa Hines: I went to see pretty ladies get naked, or as close to naked as they get in Utah.
Scott Renshaw: Why would anyone want to get liquored up at a strip club? I’d want my vision to be as clear as possible.
Nick Clark: So the pleasant social company of others is not an option? Oh, well. I guess my vote goes for the pasties. The DABC doesn’t offer those yet, do they?
Jackie Briggs: What? The nakedness of course! Oh and on a side note, always get booze in bottles at “gentleman’s clubs.” You just can’t trust the glass. Yes, I go often.
Stephen Matney: Somebody says “strip club” and I think of the olden days when some of my burly friends and I would get together with a can of paint stripper and just break it down, baby. The paint, that is.
Faith Burnham: Dude, I’ve only been to a bar once in my adult life … and it was a just-booze bar, no boobies. I know, I know—I am the lamest of the lame!
Brandon Burt: Why would I want to go to a strip club when I can drink and get naked in my own back yard? Saves a lot of bills, although the neighbors have started looking at me funny.
Derek Jones: As a gay male, I can never get enough T&A. (The booze definitely makes the experience more enjoyable, too!)
Tyler Bradshaw: Lindsay Larkin and I are going to the strip club to find people to put in the trunk of her El Camino (which is Spanish for “the camino”).
Bill Frost: There are no “naked” dancers anymore; pasties are holding back the downfall of civilization, among other things. And I actually go to Trails for the burgers and the music.
Justin Healy: All I am going to say is that in San Francisco, it is a $50 touching fee even if the lady takes your hand and puts it on her hip. That was seven years ago, and I have not been back since.
Annie Quan: I think everyone in the staff should be able to respond to this one. We’ve had a staff bachelorette and three birthday parties there … including mine.
Chelsie Booker: Neither—I just go to pick up my paycheck.
Jesse James Burnitt:? Since I can get either in my own home, I would go primarily for the atmosphere. Playing pool with a bit of skinscape scenery is never a bad thing.
Derek Carlisle: They say the best memories in life are those of innocent youth, so if going to these clubs and ordering a big chilled tall glass of milk and starring at those bare breasts in hopes of recovering some of those memories is what ya have to do, then I must be the guilty party. My answer is the milk, not the ladies—however, they do go hand in hand nicely.