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(The Times of India)   Now that the U.S. and E.U. are bored by hot chicks in bunny tails, Playboy is opening clubs in India. Yes, somebody has a problem with that. Welcome to the 1960's, India   (timesofindia.indiatimes.com ) divider line
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2012-11-03 01:27:19 PM  
Maybe India wants an actual sex club and not expensive show-and-tell.

/Reads Playboy twice
//Once for the stories (seriously) and once for the pretty pictures
 
2012-11-03 01:50:37 PM  
Playboy still exists?
 
2012-11-03 03:23:56 PM  
and as normal, Playboy tones it down from where it was 30 years ago.

Then again, I've never understood having sexual women put in front of me that I am absolutely forbidden to touch or go after. It's like going into a restaurant and paying to have filet mignon wafted under your nose, but you can't eat it.
 
2012-11-03 03:39:47 PM  
Those aren't bunny tails. Many Indian women are naturally hirsute.
 
2012-11-03 03:41:06 PM  
Maybe they're recruiting from the IPL cheerleaders.
 
2012-11-03 04:23:07 PM  

Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: Maybe India wants an actual sex club and not expensive show-and-tell.

/Reads Playboy twice
//Once for the stories (seriously) and once for the pretty pictures


Shenanigans.

NOBODY reads Playboy for the pictures anymore. They're so airbrushed that it might as well be covered with a mosaic censor.
 
2012-11-03 05:21:27 PM  

farkeruk: and as normal, Playboy tones it down from where it was 30 years ago.

Then again, I've never understood having sexual women put in front of me that I am absolutely forbidden to touch or go after. It's like going into a restaurant and paying to have filet mignon wafted under your nose, but you can't eat it.


Just reach into your pocket, pull out a sandwich, and eat it while thinking about the filet.
 
2012-11-03 05:58:37 PM  
Who the fark would still buy Playboy? The internet has better and free porn. And it isn't airbrushed out the wazoo.
 
2012-11-03 05:59:19 PM  

farkeruk:
Then again, I've never understood having sexual women put in front of me that I am absolutely forbidden to touch or go after. It's like going into a restaurant and paying to have filet mignon wafted under your nose, but you can't eat it.


This, too. Which is why I don't go to strip clubs
 
2012-11-03 06:10:29 PM  

machoprogrammer: Who the fark would still buy Playboy? The internet has better and free porn. And it isn't airbrushed out the wazoo.


Who wants to look at an airbrushed wazoo?
 
2012-11-03 06:10:48 PM  
India is quite risqué. I don't think this will be much ore than the response a hooters gets in the USA. Let me know when playboy sets up shop in the Middle East.....murder!!!!
 
2012-11-03 07:11:56 PM  
The land that gave us the Kama Sutra is worried about women dressed in multiple layers of clothing?
 
2012-11-03 07:16:00 PM  
I don't see anyone having a problem with anything.

I have a problem with it being a big yawny article that reads like obituary than an article about semi-naked women.
 
2012-11-03 08:17:33 PM  
The Playboy ideal just doesn't appeal much to me, though the ladies are more than welcome to try to defend that "hot" descriptor in person. Anyhoo, it's rare for something like this to fail in the marketplace. Salaciousness sells when it's permitted to work.
 
2012-11-03 08:18:54 PM  
Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: Maybe India wants an actual sex club and not expensive show-and-tell.

So they go for a Playboy Club, the epitome of all teasin' and no pleasin'? Talk about doing it wrong. Also, the whole "welcome to the 1960's, India" thing sounds promising... I like nehru jackets, and I missed out on wearing them the last time around.
 
2012-11-03 09:12:54 PM  

farkeruk: It's like going into a restaurant and paying to have filet mignon wafted under your nose, but you can't eat it.


Well, that's better than furmunda cheese and mackerel, even if it's all you can eat.
 
2012-11-03 09:20:49 PM  
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2012-11-03 09:23:04 PM  

farkeruk: Then again, I've never understood having sexual women put in front of me that I am absolutely forbidden to touch or go after. It's like going into a restaurant and paying to have filet mignon wafted under your nose, but you can't eat it.



DING!

I never understood this, either.

Or should I say, I outgrew strip clubs pretty quickly. Sure, I went to them when I was 21, because I could. And I immediately freaked out when the stripper wandered around, touched my thigh, and fished for dollars as they do. My buddy and I ran out and wondered what the deal was--we had no idea what U.S. club traditions were.

Then the guys and I went a couple of times and stared, but it was frustrating.

I met my wife young, and she went to a "classy" club with me a couple of times, but the payoff was we farked like cocaine-fueled rabbits afterwards, so that was cool.

One time a vendor made me go. I wasn't too thrilled, but I learned quickly that Montreal clubs REALLY want you to go to a back booth and pay extra for boob-squeezing. I chose the one with bolt-ons, since none of my girlfriends ever had them. Gross, but at least I learned something.

The last time I ever went was the end of the education, I guess. On a slow Tuesday in Toronto the girl said it was against the rules to take her G-string off. But she took me to the back-bar area around the corner from the manager, flashed her axe-wound, and said all night back at my hotel room was $500. Considering the exchange rate back then made it about $275 American, I thought about it. But then bailed out.

Not sure what the point is after all that. Maybe it's I'm bored with them after all these years and don't want to be that creepy middle-aged guy the dancers make fun of. Or follow through with and catch some disgusting form of crotch rot.

Or maybe it was the time the vendor took me to a joint that was a little skeevey. The stripper that looked pretty good on stage was shifty up close. Like going-through-withdrawal shifty. And begging me to go behind the strip club for a $50 quickie.

You know, I think think that was the breaking point. I'm better than that, and why anything harder than pot should always be illegal.
 
2012-11-03 09:44:31 PM  

Barricaded Gunman: Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: Maybe India wants an actual sex club and not expensive show-and-tell.

So they go for a Playboy Club, the epitome of all teasin' and no pleasin'? Talk about doing it wrong. Also, the whole "welcome to the 1960's, India" thing sounds promising... I like nehru jackets, and I missed out on wearing them the last time around.


I had to wear one of those as a member of a wedding party a few years back.. You missed nothing.
 
2012-11-03 10:31:35 PM  
ohhhh good golly man

*fap*
 
2012-11-04 01:39:34 AM  
Interfap killed the skin mag star
 
2012-11-04 06:58:21 AM  

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*jaw drop*
 
2012-11-04 07:11:57 AM  

Proteios1: India is quite risqué. I don't think this will be much ore than the response a hooters gets in the USA. Let me know when playboy sets up shop in the Middle East.....murder!!!!


Exactly. The culture that gave us the Kama Sutra probably isn't too worried about chics in leotards with bunny tails.
 
2012-11-04 07:13:34 AM  

RogermcAllen: farkeruk: and as normal, Playboy tones it down from where it was 30 years ago.

Then again, I've never understood having sexual women put in front of me that I am absolutely forbidden to touch or go after. It's like going into a restaurant and paying to have filet mignon wafted under your nose, but you can't eat it.

Just reach into your pocket, pull out a sandwich, and eat it while thinking about the filet.


Isn't 'pulling out your sandwich' frowned upon in places like that?
 
2012-11-04 07:58:31 AM  

farkeruk: and as normal, Playboy tones it down from where it was 30 years ago.

Then again, I've never understood having sexual women put in front of me that I am absolutely forbidden to touch or go after. It's like going into a restaurant and paying to have filet mignon wafted under your nose, but you can't eat it.


Its more like going to a museum and not being allowed to touch the paintings. There's pleasure to be had in looking at something attractive.
 
2012-11-04 08:10:23 AM  

BumpInTheNight: RogermcAllen: farkeruk: and as normal, Playboy tones it down from where it was 30 years ago.

Then again, I've never understood having sexual women put in front of me that I am absolutely forbidden to touch or go after. It's like going into a restaurant and paying to have filet mignon wafted under your nose, but you can't eat it.

Just reach into your pocket, pull out a sandwich, and eat it while thinking about the filet.

Isn't 'pulling out your sandwich' frowned upon in places like that?


I pull out my sandwich and put on my wizard hat.

/damn I gotta write down your names or something
 
2012-11-04 09:34:10 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: Its more like going to a museum and not being allowed to touch the paintings. There's pleasure to be had in looking at something attractive.


Looking at a painting is the very pinnacle of pleasure that you get from it. It doesn't leave you wanting more from it.
 
2012-11-04 10:26:22 AM  

farkeruk: and as normal, Playboy tones it down from where it was 30 years ago.

Then again, I've never understood having sexual women put in front of me that I am absolutely forbidden to touch or go after. It's like going into a fish restaurant and paying to have rotten cod filet mignon wafted under your nose, but you can't eat it.

 

Ftfy.
 
2012-11-04 06:26:48 PM  
Came looking for examples of Goan bunnies, leaving disappointed. :(
 
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