November 09, 2007 12:30am
MWA: Taya Parker, Carmen Hart
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. I recently goofed. When writing about Nyomi Marcela, I said, "However, she does get close to the customers and makes certain that their views are lacking." that should have read, "And makes certain that their views are NOT lacking." (that one slipped past both of us, didn't it editor-in-chief? Ah well, neither of us ever claimed to be perfect, now did we?) [Nope. -Ed.]
Okay, how about we begin the discussion of spectacular women without any more hubbub? That sounds like a plan to me. Let's do it.
Thursday, November 1st, I went to the Rio Gentlemen's Club to spend the evening with one of my dearest friends, Taya Parker, and to observe both of her shows.
To kick off her first show, Taya wore a choker made to look like a string of metal flowers and a pair of dangling ear rings encrusted with stones that looked like diamonds. She also wore a multi-colored calypso style dress. I can't begin to accurately describe the dress. To the best of my memory, it consisted of the colors blue, green, hot pink, purple, red, and yellow with a small amount of white as trimming. Taya also had a matching scarf tied around the bun her hair was tied up in. (the scarf was soon removed and Taya's luxuriously shiny, dark, chestnut colored hair came cascading down.)Taya also wore a pair of two or three inches above the elbow-length purple gloves. Beneath her dress, Taya wore a bra the cups of which were covered with purple sequins. The bra's neck and back straps were covered with silver sequins. She additionally wore a thong that was covered with purple sequins and trimmed with silver sequins. Finishing out the costume was a pair of silver, stiletto-heeled, shoes.
Taya ended this performance with a lotion show.
Taya's interaction with the denizens of the tip rail is almost unbelievable!
Taya performed this show to rock music with a Caribbean and/or Latin beat.
For her second show, Taya came onto the stage wearing a straw cowboy hat, a choker covered with red sequins, and a blue denim sleeveless vest that was trimmed with red sequins. The vest also had a confederate battle flag made of red, white, and blue sequins on the back. Additionally, Taya wore a pair of blue denim short shorts trimmed with red sequins. Beneath the vest and shorts, Taya wore a bra and a thong, both of which were covered with red sequins. For footwear, Taya wore a pair of hot pink stiletto-heeled shoes.
Taya performed this show to Gretchen Wilson's, "Redneck Woman," Buckcherry's, "Crazy Bitch," Gwen Stefani's, "Hollaback Girl," and Garth Brooks', "Ain't Goin' Down ('Till the Sun Comes Up)," in that order.
Taya is a beautiful woman with long dark chestnut colored hair. She stands five feet tall in her bare feet, and weighs ninety-two pounds. Measuring 32DD-22-32, Taya has a perfect hour glass figure.
Ms. Parker is one of the very top feature dancers touring today. If fact, she is one of the top few that I have ever had the pleasure of observing.
Taya is smart, very well spoken, and she loves to meet and chat with her fans. She also has the most wonderful, mischievous, sense of humor to be found anywhere!
In my honest opinion, Taya Parker is an absolute must see. Therefore, I don't want to ever hear of anybody passing up an opportunity to get out to a nearby club to see her perform and to meet her in person. Hey, on January 31st of this year, I drove 474 miles just to observe two of Taya's shows at Tens Showclub in Tucson, Arizona. I then turned around and drove all the way home in the same night. If I can do something that insane just to spend some quality time with Taya, I see no reason why anybody else can't go to a club within one hundred miles of their house to met this terrific lady!
People can feast their eyes upon Taya at: TayaParker.com
Friday, November 2ND, I went to the downtown Los Angeles Spearmint Rhino to visit with Carmen Hart and to observe her first two shows of the evening.
During her first show, Carmen wore a black top hat with a wide red ribbon tied in a large bow at the back for a hatband. She also wore a pair of above elbow- length red gloves and a black corset which was decorated with vertical half inch wide red lines in front. Additionally, Carmen wore a ruffled black mini-skirt that was trimmed with red feathers. Next, she wore a black bra that was trimmed with red feathers and a black thong which was also trimmed with red feathers. In addition to the feather trim, her thong had several red feather and black feather boas hanging down as tails in the back. Beneath her thong, Carmen wore a white G-string. On her feet, Carmen wore a pair of flesh-toned, stiletto-heeled, shoes with wrap around ankle straps.
For her second show, Carmen wore a black leather cap and jacket and carried a black cat-o-nine-tails whip onto the stage. She also wore a pair of black leather chaps-like pants. Beneath the jacket and pants, Carmen wore a black leather bikini bra and thong set. For her footwear, Carmen wore the same pair of shoes as she did for the first show.
After her first show, Carmen mentioned to me that she prefers that pair of shoes for dancing. She said that they are very comfortable, and that she wants to be comfortable while performing. Hey, who can blame her?
Personally, I have a hunch that Carmen would actually prefer to dance bare- footed, which would be just fine with me.
Ms. Hart performed both of these shows to rock music. Also, her interaction with the tip rail squatters is excellent!
Carmen is a beautiful Native American woman from North Carolina, and she still has a deep, honeysuckle and magnolia blossom, southern accent. (Man, how I love to listen to her speak!) She is extremely friendly, intelligent, a great conversationalist, and she truly enjoys meeting and chatting with her fans.
Carmen is also a very good feature, and she can actually dance, and very well, I might add. I most definitely recommend that nobody ever pass up an opportunity to get out to a nearby club to see Carmen perform and to meet her in person. She will not disappoint!
Pay a visit to Carmen's official website at: CarmenHart.com
Taya Parker Revisited
After Carmen's second show, I raced down to the Rio Gentlemen's Club to spend the rest of the evening with Taya Parker.
When I arrived, Taya was already on stage and wearing nothing but a pair of red, stiletto-heeled, shoes, a pair of long dangling ear rings and a three strand pearl necklace. I could see by her costume laying in a pile to one side of the stage that it was red and black.
For her last show on this evening, Taya wore a black hat, white gloves, and a black suit with wide white pin stripes that looked like it consisted solely of black glitter. Beneath the suit jacket, Taya wore a white halter top like shirt and a black tie that also looked as if it were made solely of black glitter. Beneath all else, Taya wore a black bra with white stripes and a matching thong. She completed this costume with a pair of black stiletto heeled shoes.
At one point in the show, Taya produced a cap gun that resembled a semi- automatic 9mm pistol and fired of at least three caps while I was looking down at my notepad and writing. Now in a quiet room, I would have jumped out of my skin. But in this case, between already being tired and the loud music, it was like, duh, what the heck was that?
From what I saw and heard, Taya performed both of this shows to rock music.
At one point between these two shows, I was sitting on a bar stool with my back to the bar when I heard somebody calling my name. I looked up and house dancer Icy was dancing around in front of me and pointing. At first I assumed that Icy was pointing at me and therefore was the person who had been calling my name. Finally I realized that Icy was pointing behind me, so I turned and looked. Standing there behind the bar was the bartender holding out a mug full of ice cubes and Taya holding out a 20 once bottle of Wild Cherry Pepsi she had purchased and had brought to the club for me.
What a sweetheart Taya is, and how glad I am that I returned on this night as I had said I would try to do. I would have certainly had a lot of egg on my face, had I not returned after Taya had gone to the trouble of buying that bottle of Pepsi for me!
Taya Parker Revisited, Again
Saturday, November 3rd, I once again returned to the Rio Gentlemen's Club to spend some more time with Taya Parker and to observe the first two of her shows of the evening. What can I say? I think the world of Taya!
For her first show of this evening, Taya again performed her Calypso show. After the show, Taya told me that she only repeated it because she thought I wouldn't be there until later in the evening.
For her second time on stage during this particular evening, Taya performed her dancing harem girl show. For this show, Taya wore a gold colored Egyptian dancing girl costume with the exception of an off-white panel in the front and the back with Egyptian style markings on them. She also wore a headdress made of small, gold, chains. Additionally, she wore a vest-like item, for lack of a better description, that was made from medium-sized gold chains. Beneath the outer layer of her costume, Taya wore a bikini type of bra and panties set which matched the rest of the costume. The panties had a network of small gold chains attached. For footwear, Taya wore a pair of gold colored, stiletto-heeled, shoes.
Taya finished this show with a hot candle wax bit.
She started this show off with the Bangles', "Walk Like an Egyptian," and followed up with other rock numbers.
Well folks, that's it for another week. Let's all meet back here the next time to continue the discussion of gorgeous women! Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,