Panty Dropper


Chippendales - Las Vegas Male Revue - Bachelorette Party “Ladies welcome to the show, please no flash photography. “ What they should say is please no flashing. You think the guys are wild? Please gentleman you have nothing on these ladies. There’s no showroom that compares to the Chippendales showroom at The Rio in Las Vegas, for women that is. It seems to be a no holds barred black hole of wild, sexual energy, and that’s not taking into account what’s happening on stage. Not to mention that with Jeff Timmons from 98º hosting the show things have gotten hotter than ever.  Female sexuality has changed and evolved over the years and is now more accepted than it has ever been, the women at the show have certainly received that memo, maybe more than once. Now I’m no prude and I’ve seen my fair share of lewd behavior but this crowd makes me blush! Just the other night I was minding my own business watching the show, (and watching the crowd) when I got hit in the head with a pair of panties. Yep no need to read that line again you were right the first time. One of our fans (and ours are the BEST fans ) apparently felt restricted by her thong (makes sense, it is a lot of constraining material) and deemed it necessary to launch it at the stage.  Now had she referred to the laws of aero dynamics she would have adjusted the force with which she threw it and it may have reached the stage, but alas it hit me in the face.  Now I’m not judging but the lady in question had on an exceptionally short dress and exceptionally tall heels, so her night out post show was surely an interesting one.  Sure I could’ve returned said panties but really where’s the fun in that? As far as I’m concerned the moment your thong becomes airborne you relinquish all your rights to that particular thong. To be perfectly honest she didn’t seem the least bit concerned as to their location, and more power to her. In a room with no one to judge you (except maybe your mom) why not let loose?  Women are baring it all in many other places less appropriate than The Chippendales Show.  Cosmo calls it Boobs On Parade , have you ever bared it all in front of a crowd? Where were you? What was the reaction?

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6 Responses to “Panty Dropper”

  1. I was in Flirt one time and a group of girls had a pair of vibrating panties they were passing around and trying out. You never know what could happen at a Chippendales show. I may even have a picture of that…

  2. Interesting question. In relation to to last blog post it is somewhat similar but yet very different. In the last post I admitted that I do enjoy the danger and risqué excitement of having sex in public and ALMOST getting caught. “Almost” being the key word. But I have yet to have the urge to haul off and show my nakedness to the world. Obviously I am not a prude and I have soooo much respect for these beautiful Chippendales men, and all other men/women performers like them who bare themselves to the world everyday. It takes a lot of guts to get out there. But I think it all comes down to the context in which the nakedness is shown. Within a performance like the Chippendales show I think it’s completely acceptable and beautiful. However if the same gorgeous men were out in public and all of a sudden whipped out their stuff, then it turns into raunchy, lewd behavior that can get them arrested. As far as the women coming to see the show and getting wild and crazy I’ve been there. I screamed, touched and got excited watching these men. I go to the show, a club or a party, and yes I do dress provocatively. I’ve been known to be quite booblicious and I like dressing in ways to accentuate that positive. And if the right Chippendale were to ask me to show him a little somethin somethin off to the side I probably would for him but not him and the rest of the world. All in all I think there is s fine line between having fun and sharing an intimate exciting experience with someone and getting buck wild and nasty in public. I think you have to have respect for yourself and for the person you are directing your affection to. And that does not include throwing your nasty panties in someone face. Get it together girls. Although they say “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” that is not necessarily true. So make sure your actions today will be okay with you (and your mama) tomorrow.

    • Hahahaha so many good points I don’t know where to begin! I can’t help but picture the guys running around in loin cloths on the streets of Vegas! I bet there are some ladies who wouldn’t mind. You are soooo right about having to deal with your actions the next day, not to mention your mamas opinion. Seems like there aren’t many who agree though….you ever see a girls gone wild video! Sheesh, those girls are certainly not thinking about tomorrow when they sign those release papers. Indiscretions are fun…when they aren’t documented!

      • Interesting question. In relation to to last blog post it is somewhat similar but yet very different. In the last post I admitted that I do enjoy the danger and risqué excitement of having sex in public and ALMOST getting caught. “Almost” being the key word. But I have yet to have the urge to haul off and show my nakedness to the world. Obviously I am not a prude and I have soooo much respect for these beautiful Chippendales men, and all other men/women performers like them who bare themselves to the world everyday. It takes a lot of guts to get out there. But I think it all comes down to the context in which the nakedness is shown. Within a performance like the Chippendales show I think it’s completely acceptable and beautiful. However if the same gorgeous men were out in public and all of a sudden whipped out their stuff, then it turns into raunchy, lewd behavior that can get them arrested. As far as the women coming to see the show and getting wild and crazy I’ve been there. I screamed, touched and got excited watching these men. I go to the show, a club or a party, and yes I do dress provocatively. I’ve been known to be quite booblicious and I like dressing in ways to accentuate that positive. And if the right Chippendale were to ask me to show him a little somethin somethin off to the side I probably would for him but not him and the rest of the world. All in all I think there is s fine line between having fun and sharing an intimate exciting experience with someone and getting buck wild and nasty in public. I think you have to have respect for yourself and for the person you are directing your affection to. And that does not include throwing your nasty panties in someone face. Get it together girls. Although they say “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” that is not necessarily true. So make sure your actions today will be okay with you (and your mama) tomorrow.

        Lol! I think you are absolutely right that there are a lot of people who won’t agree with me and everyone has the right to their opinion. But I still think it’s a matter of context. For example porn: consenting adults who choose to make pornographic movies as a career I think is fine for them. It’s their career choice to put themselves out there. But how often do you see those porn stars out in public randomly whipping out their stuff and having sex in public in front of everyone. I think people would take offense to that. Just like watching porn in private I think is perfectly fine, I’ve partaken in that but not where people who shouldn’t see can see.
        As far as the ” Girls Gone Wild” videos I think it is unfortunate that some of those girls and boys have made those choices to expose themselves in that manner. Not thinking that it will be there forever and may haunt them in the future. I think a lot of the inhibition has to do with the level of intoxication of those involved and that never leads to good choices. It’s sad to think that people have such little respect for themselves that they allow themselves to be objectified and exploited in that way. Life is all about choices. I think we all can have a fun, exciting, wonderful life with no regret and still make good choices.

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