- n. Plural form of stripper.
“Firstly, I think the only real cause or justification any sane person could have for complaining that this group of men was taken to see the strippers is the fact that they, unlike most people who do so, did not pay for this privilege themselves, but had it paid for them by the tax payer.”
“OK, so the Booth Babes aren't "strippers" but obviously, if sex sells then the difference between BB and strippers is only a matter of degree.”
“Silencing the billboards of Stern and strippers is against the first amendment but when you talk religion, you do the same thing.”
“People in television looking down on strippers is like, well, strippers looking down on whores.”
“Claire can visit nightclubs that feature strippers, which is where they head after leaving the van on the American side of the Rio Grande.”
“COOPER: And I won't call the strippers -- the burlesque performers, did they -- were they registered as well?”
“Once I stopped at a place in Trenton and one of the strippers was a transvestite, an urning.”
“The point she was trying to make is, what respectible young man gets drunk with their buddies and calls strippers (hookers) to their home?”
“The ad introduces children to the idea of strippers and pornography," Raezler told FoxNews. com.”
“As Please Professor Black Woman suggests, we've put too much emphasis on "good people," and white people in particular have become unbelievably - maniacally even - obsessed with stressing what "good people" they are, how "innocent" they are, when charges of racism are brought against them, even when their racism takes on such heinous acts as shooting black men 41 times, burning down churches, stringing up gay men on fences, or calling strippers the N-word.”
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