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  • n. A stripper hired to deliver a message or greeting.


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stripper and -gram (suggesting something sent, as in telegram).


  • Incidentally I think there is a difference between a kissogram and a strippergram though I have no experience of either.

    Stranger danger and car-jacking fire engines

  • If you let strange men into your bedroom you grow up to be a strippergram?

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • If you want to be a strippergram, let strange men into your room...

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • But apparently, the company screwed up and sent a strippergram instead.

    Boing Boing

  • Starring Simon Pegg as "Sidney Young," the movie seems to be a loosely fictionailized version of Mr. Young's failed tenure as a contributing editor at Graydon Carter's Vanity Fair (veiled as Clayton Harding's Sharps) in the early 90's, which was characterized by such ill-advised stunts as "sending a strippergram to a colleague on Take Our Daughters to Work Day and snorting cocaine with bad-boy artist Damien Hirst during a photo shoot."

    Toby Young Still Alienating Graydon Carter

  • The hunky Sussex fireman was then accused of being a strippergram, though Tom might have been mystified by that choice.

    Thomas and Isolde

  • A bloke only walks into that if he's a strippergram and even then he keeps his wits about him.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Renee Gonzalez, as she called herself, reputedly ran the strippergram service in partnership with a bodyguard-boyfriend.


  • POLICE have spent $358,000 of public money trying to prosecute a strippergram for playing an officer as part of his act.

    Daily Telegraph | Top Stories

  • Maybe 2009 1040 forms should have a special checkbox to send a strippergram to Geithner to thank him for saving us so much money.

    Reason Magazine


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