Strippers are usually considered self-centered types, maybe because it's hard to think of many causes that seem to really rally them as a group -- you know, things like the need for environmentally friendly nipple tassels or warmer poles, that kind of thing.
That's why it's so heart-warming to see them come out showing a united front in their battle against New Jersey's pending smoking ban. About 700 of them turned out to protest last week, saying things like, "If they take smoking away, I am not going to be able to support my two kids." And as any parent can attest, that's a tough conversation to have with your children -- the one about how Mom can't make enough money dancing naked since they won't allow the men to smoke anymore, I mean.
Meanwhile, it might be time for us, as a society, to ask, why would men need to smoke in strip clubs in the first place? Just viewing all the undulating bosoms isn't enough? There is such a thing as being greedy.
It seems to me that perhaps all that smoke is obscuring the view. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
I don't know; I don't smoke.
Oh, and I've never been to a strip club.
Ah, that's where the strippers were.
On a happy note, they are still going to allow the drugs,and the illegal sex acts in the
"Champagne" room. I know, I know, it's doesn't really make it better.
PS The only good thing about the smoke was that it covered up the C-section scars and the stretch marks.
and there wasn't a full mouth of teeth amongst them all
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