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Wednesday, Aug 10, 2011

Freaks & Femmes

By Seth Combs
shotonscene Photo by Vito di Stefano

Here’s a funny joke I heard at the Freaks & Femmes Carnivale Extravaganza at Brick by Brick on Friday night: “What’s the difference between a stripper and a burlesque dancer? A stripper makes money.” Oh, snap! But, hey, you’ve got to give it up for the girls in the Hell on Heels Burlesque Revue, who tasseled their tits and strutted their stuff solely for the love of the art. So, don’t you dare call them strippers. After all, the only pole was in my pants.




 
 
 
 
 
 
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