Thursday, August 5, 2010
Who Says YOG Is Boring?
"Bobbi", 41, was a bachelor of commerce student in Perth when she joined her sister dancing in Japan, and ended up doing cabaret shows for 7 years. "The first time I went completely nude I was very shy. It was in a private gig in Tokyo. Now it doesn't bother me at all," she recalls. Her parents were devastated. Dad doesn't want to talk about it at all.
She met her husband at Dancers Cabaret, giving him a lap dance (a service she still offers at her website). According to her, that's where most of the girls hooked up with their boyfriends and husbands - in the club. "Where else are you going to meet guys?" she said, advice she'll probably offer to the government dating agencies.
"I play around with the buck. I put my whip around a guy's head or put my hat down on a head. Anything where you're making a fool out of them gets the best response."
Obviously some fool is already paying good taxpayer money for a role model that rubbishes every Asian value we've ever known. But is the casino any better? The youths flying into Singapore for some wholesome athletics will be getting an eye-popping jaw-dropping education way beyond their years, thanks to Minister Vivian Balakrishnan et al responsible for this gig of a lifetime.
20 podiums and poles have been put up among the seating at the giant stadium and scantily clad dancers will be gyrating 5m above the audience. Just remember, boys and girls, it's strictly see-no-touch. Even Bobbi has her rules: "Anything that's interactive gets the best reaction but you've got to be careful, the rules don't allow much customer participation." What a tease, no wonder the dirty old men got hooked.