A Stripper on the Subway Is Pretty Fucking Annoying

Q: Why are there rarely strippers on the subway, stripping? A: Because strippers on the subway stripping are not fun. Particularly when accompanied by a group of dancing morons shouting, "Hey! Hey!" and "Woo! Woo!" and jumping up and down...but is that just us? Maybe we're cranky today. No, it's really fucking annoying, even if it is the L train. Forcing your captive audience to watch you manhandle the pole someone has to touch next is just not cool, dude, even if you want to get a bunch of hits on YouTube or whatever. Stage your flashmob in a location with at least two immediate escape options, please. I miss mariachis.

[via Gawker]



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just this guy , you know
just this guy , you know

im so done with the whole subway as performance / prank space thing. its tired and un original and its not freaking anyone out or making anybody's day more magic its just annoying 

Kristy C.
Kristy C.

I just saw his shoe choice, and now I am a little bit annoyed.

Kristy C.
Kristy C.

I used to work as a phone sex operator in 1998.  One day, all of the girls at my job, decided to hire a male stripper for the office.  It was basically not really sexy to me, and I do feel weird about male nudity being in my face, but that's just my preferences.  However, I can also empathize with this poor guy, because I also used to work as a stripper in strip clubs, and I used to use the pole.  I bought a pole for my apartment, so I would be able to "stay in shape," when I changed jobs again.  Those cumbersome poles do not fit in your small New York apartment!  

bl1y
bl1y

 This is why people use "gay" as an insult.

Buju
Buju

Chelsea boys are boring. This shit only works on the L train. You do this on the 1 uptown or the 3 in the Bronx, and you're dead

Movielover
Movielover

Oh, really?  I thought it was because they are homophobic and equate something negative with gay.  Or maybe they are in need of a dictionary.

bl1y
bl1y

And this doesn't reinforce that negative perception?

bl1y
bl1y

When you put on a striptease on a subway car? You're to blame.

Kristy C.
Kristy C.

Victim blaming is cruel.  Right now, you are blaming victims of homophobia.  Who is to blame?  The victim?  Or, the perpetrator of hateful thinking? 

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