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  • n. Plural form of lap-dance.


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  • Trying to josh about internet porn taxes with John Kerry, maybe trying to get a laugh out of Oklahoma's Tom Coburn with a naughty joke about lap-dances and free speech.

    Patt Morrison: How Many X's in ''Porn Bailout''?

  • “And Janie - damn near falling down drunk - starts to give us all lap-dances, stripping down to her underwear even though it was probably fifty degrees out.”


  • That men will be made to perform feats of strength and sexuality (male lap-dances anyone?) shows just how well-rounded this show promises to be.

    Vh1 Blog

  • In sum, we really just see an aging professional wrestler struggling with real world facts: that he's old and damaged, that he's past his career prime, that his neglected daughter hates him, and that the stripper he gets lap-dances from is ultimately hesitant in starting a relationship with him.

  • They hired girls to perform lap-dances up on stage during some tech conference in Taiwan. - Daily Goodness

  • The suspect allegedly told police he paid Silva for eight '' lap-dances '' at the Showplace go-go bar in Dover Sunday night and generously tipped her.


  • That makes it sounds like she lap-dances him back to life.

    feminist blogs

  • I will no longer perform "lap-dances" while in uniform.

  • After all was said and eaten, I must say there is something about having a 3 course meal while circled by men getting lap-dances that was a bit disconcerting to me.

    Midtown Lunch

  • Sandy started to do lap-dances there and made a lot of money, and that’s how she met Ted Binion.

    Buzzine » Mena Suvari Interview


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