Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Leather Bar: The Musical

Have you ever broken into song and dance at a leather bar?



For those of you impatient for the singing and dancing to begin, skip ahead to around the two-minute mark.

28 comments:

  1. Have I ever broken into song and dance at a leather bar? Have I ever broken into song and dance at a leather bar???? No, why do you ask and what makes you think I hang in a leather bar? What have you heard tootes?

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    1. MISTRESS MADDIE: First clue…your phone number is scrawled on the walls of the restroom.

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  2. kabuki was once asked to leave a leather bar because he was too loud. they made a bartender from my own club come and tell me. pussies.

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    1. darling, would it have been easier to just change your kimono to a different color?

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    2. kabuki: Obviously not everyone appreciates an artiste when they see one.

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    3. Do they make kimono in leather? How novel. Jx

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  3. I went to Boot Camp. But it was sailors.

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    1. LX: Was this part of your Berlin bordello tour?

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  4. it's truly a shame that fred astaire didn't live long enough
    to star in the mgm version of this brilliant production.

    not sure who would've have co-billing though.

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    1. NORMA: Co-billing?

      Someone who could put the “daddy” in “Daddy Long Legs?”

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  5. No.

    Because my mouth was full.

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    1. AYEM8Y: Could you repeat that?

      I can’t understand a word you say when your mouth is full.

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  6. No. But I have tapped danced down the aisle in Sainsbury's whilst whistling a happy tune.
    Sx

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    1. MISS SCARLET: Doesn’t Sainsbury’s have a strict whistle-blowing policy?

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  7. Wait. Isn't this what all leather bars look like?

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    1. PEENEE: You’ll be delighted to know that my first leather bar was in your fair city.

      Suddenly, I knew I wasn't in Kansas anymore.

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  8. Hard to break into song with your mouth shackled shut.

    Portia
    xxx

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    1. PORTIA: Welcome to Infomaniac!

      Cum again soon…and bring your glass butt-plug with you!

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  9. Oh dear... I just realised that I've never been to a leather bar... I've served drinks from behind a leather bar and I make sure that my bar is always well lathered every time I take a bath... with show tunes clattering about the tiles....
    Does that count?

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    1. PRINNY: It counts if you hang this up while you’re bathing.

      And scatter a few sweaty old socks around the house.

      It’s all about ambience.

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    2. And leave the lid off the - ahem - room odoriser... Jx

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  10. No but my mind was singing "I Feel Pretty" all the time as I was mentally undoing all those snaps, buckles, ties, ropes, unlocking those chains and zippers, and by the time I had done this, I was too tired.

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    1. TOPHER: If you feel pretty, you ARE pretty.

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  11. Hey, the day is young. *struggles into assless chaps*

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    1. NATIONS: The day is young but most Infomaniac Bitches are not.

      How ya doin’ with those buttless chaps?

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    2. Keeping my butt chapheless is becoming more the challenge these days...

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  12. Ok, the blonde guy on the motorcycle was in Legally Blonde, in the role of Maurice. Maurice was the name of the hairdresser who burst out of he shadows and said "The bend and snap. Works every time!" That's fickleness of fame at work.

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    1. COOKIE: I love that you Bitches can pull this sort of thing out of thin air.

      Peenee, of course, knows ALL the porn stars.

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