December 10, 2011 06:49pm
Myles' Weekend Adventures
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
MWA: Dakota Skye, Robyn Foxx, TD's Gold Club, Fantasy World, Wild J's
Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. Since I was prevented from going to Phoenix on November 12 to see one of my beloved feature dancers as planned, I stubbornly hit the road east the morning of Thursday, November 17. I then spent an evening in New Mexico seeing the lady I had to miss the previous weekend. I also decided that so long as I had driven that far from home, I might just as well continue on to Oklahoma to see another of, "my ladies." If anybody is curious about what I am speaking of, they should by all means read on.
Since I was unable to see Dakota Skye in Phoenix the previous Saturday, I headed east the morning of Thursday, November 17. I spent the night in Winslow, Arizona, and then, Friday morning, November 18, I moved on to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where I checked into a motel and freshened up.
When it came time, I went to TD's Gold Club to say hello and to observe Dakota's first show of the evening.
For this show, Dakota wore a red, green and black Calypso, or maybe a flamenco, style costume. She wore a hat that I am at a loss to describe. Dakota also wore a midriff top with puffy three-quarter length sleeves. With her top, she wore a floor-length skirt that was open from the waist down in the front with an isosceles triangular effect. Under her top, Dakota wore a green and black bra with little red bows on the breast cups. Beneath her skirt, she wore a red and green G-string-like thong. Beneath her thong, Dakota wore a flesh-colored G-string. Her footwear was a pair of green shoes with black soles and spike heels. Everything about this costume, with the exception of the shoes, was literally covered with sequins.
This show featured a little Mexican puppet complete with a mustache and a little black sombrero. The puppet, "performed," with a half pint Tequila bottle and a salt shaker.
Before this show was over, Dakota performed some very sexy simulated girl/girl play with a very willing house dancer.
This show was performed to, "I Know You Want Me," by Pitbull, "Gasolina," by Daddy Yankee, "Tequila," by the Champs, and, "Dynamite," by Taio Cruz.
Once this show had ended, Dakota told me that the first time she ever performed with her little, "Mexican," puppet, she used salt in the salt shaker. That turned out to be a huge mistake, especially since she had shaved shortly before going on stage. She immediately learned to use sugar rather than salt. It still looks like salt from a short distance away, but it doesn't cause her to feel as if she has just started a bonfire in any strategic locations!
After Dakota's first show, I went down the street a couple of miles to pig out at a Golden Corral Buffet and Grill. Once I had eaten my fill, I returned to the club for Dakota's second show.
For her second time on stage, Dakota performed her devil show. (This was the third time I've seen this show, and I don't think I'll ever get tired of it. The show is that great!)
The costume for this show was a pair of red horns on her head, a red and black pitchfork, and a high red collar that was trimmed with black fur and decorated with gold flames. Dakota also wore a pair of wrist-to-elbow length red and black armbands. Next she wore a black bra, a red corset with black trim, and a floor-length red skirt-like piece. Beneath the skirt piece, she wore a red and black G-string-like thong. Attached to the back of the thong, at the waist, was a long black tail with a somewhat large triangular red barb on the end. (Actually, I think the barb piece was more of a heart shape.) Under her thong, Dakota once again wore a flesh-colored G-string. On her feet, she wore a pair of knee-length black boots with red laces and flat soles. As many parts of this costume as possible were covered with sequins.
As usual, this show featured a red devil puppet complete with horns and black hair. He even had a little golden fiddle and a little fiddle bow.
The music for this show was, "Heaven's On Fire," by Kiss, "Great Balls of Fire," by Jerry Lee Lewis, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," by the Charlie Daniels Band, and, "Burn it to the Ground," by Nickelback. (Dakota played with her devil puppet while, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," was playing.)
After this show, we moved across town to Fantasy World for Dakota's final two shows of the evening. (Fantasy World is a sister club to TD's Gold, TD's North, also in Albuquerque, and the Hi-Liter, in Phoenix, Arizona.)
For the first show I saw at Fantasy World, Dakota wore a red, white, and blue top hat, a blue bow tie, a pair of red boxing gloves and a red, white, and blue cape with small white stars on it. She also wore a white top with long blue sleeves and a red lining. The top had a small American Flag on the back. With the top she wore a pair of red shorts. Beneath her shorts, she wore a red, white, and blue G-string-like thong. On her right thigh, Dakota wore a red, white, and blue garter, and her footwear was a pair of knee-length red, white, and blue, high-heeled, platform-soled boots with white stars on them. Once again, this costume was literally covered with sequins.
This costume was modeled after what the Apollo Creed character wore during the fight with the Russian boxer in, "Rocky IV."
This show featured Dakota's, "Uncle Sam," puppet.
At one point, "Uncle Sam," pulled a thirty-foot long, multi-colored, ribbon from a small bottle that was inserted out of sight inside of Dakota's vagina. (Now that looked down right trippy!)
To end this show, Dakota poured different colored fluorescent paints over her body. After she was finished with the paints, she doused her body with water from a portable shower apparatus. Dakota then allowed two different tip rail patrons to sponge the paint off of her. Once all of the paint had been removed from her body, and she was wet from head to toe, Dakota allowed other tip rail customers to stick dollar bills to her wet body.
Dakota performed this show to, "Living in America," by James Brown, "Yankee Rose," by David Lee Roth, "Oh Yeah," by Yello, and, "For Those About to Rock," by AC/DC.
For her final show of the evening, Dakota performed the same show that she opened with at TD's Gold Club earlier but without the flesh-colored G-string. After all, this was a fully nude club.
This show was performed to the same music and included the little Mexican puppet, of course.
Dakota commented to me during the evening that she was commonly referred to far and wide as, "The Puppet Girl," because of all of her puppets and their use in her shows.
The beautiful Dakota had blonde hair and blue eyes. She stands five feet five inches tall, weighs in at one hundred eighteen pounds, and she measures a lovely 34D-25-35.
Dakota is an extremely friendly and intelligent woman, and she can hold a good conversation with anybody. She additionally enjoys meeting and chatting with her fans. Oh yes, and she has a great sense of humor.
I highly recommend that anybody who might get a chance to go to a nearby club to see Dakota perform and to meet her in person should take full advantage of the opportunity. Not only is Dakota a very good performer, but her little puppet shows are always good for a stupendous belly laugh! In fact, everybody that is reading this article should begin to bug the owners and/or managers of their favorite clubs about booking Dakota a.S.a.P.
Check Dakota out at: Dakota-Skye.com
Saturday morning, November 19, I left Albuquerque in the dust and drove farther east to Canute, Oklahoma, where I spent that night hanging out at Wild J's Gentlemen's Club with Robyn Foxx and observing all three of her shows of the evening.
For her first show of the evening, Robyn wore an all black costume. She wore a leather choker around her throat that was decorated with shiny metal studs and rhinestones. She also wore a pair of leather wristbands that were also decorated with shiny metal studs and rhinestones. Next Robyn wore a pair of long leather pants. The legs of the pants were open from the backs of her knees up to her waist and held together with laces. With the pants, Robyn wore a pair of long sleeves, no jacket, just the sleeves. Next Robyn wore a bra the breast cups of which were practically covered with more shiny metal studs and rhinestones. With the bra, Robyn wore a corset that was heavily decorated with shiny metal studs. Beneath her pants, Robyn wore a small thong that was decorated with small shiny metal studs and rhinestones. Under the thong, she wore a white G-string. Completing the costume was a pair of black shoes with stiletto heels.
There came a point in her show when Robyn donned a transparent cape-like garment and proceeded to perform a beautiful dance that included whirling and swirling the cape around her body.
Robyn performed this show to, "Not Myself Tonight," by Christina Aguilera, "Poker Face," by Lady GA, "Sweet Dreams," by Beyonce, "Telephone," by Lady GA featuring Beyonce, and, "Blow," by Ke$ha.
To start her second show of the evening, Robyn wore a green beret covered with sequins. She also wore a white, long-sleeved, midriff top with two green stripes around each wrist. Next she wore a red and black plaid mini-skirt. Under the mini-skirt, Robyn wore a crinoline petticoat. Beneath her top, Robyn wore a green bra with white breast cups. Under her petticoat, she wore a white thong with green trim. Robyn's footwear for this show was a pair of black shoes with white stiletto heels. Every piece of this costume, with the exception of the shoes, was practically covered with sequins.
Robyn ended this show by pouring fluorescent paints over her body and then using her body to paint white T-shirts which she then tossed out to some of the customers.
During this show, Robyn danced to, "Candyman," by Christina Aguilera, "Good Girls Gone Bad," by Cobra Starship, "Sugar," by Flo Rida, and, "The Game," by Disturbed.
At the beginning of her final show, Robyn wore a police-style hat and a long-sleeved jacket. She also wore a pair of chaps-like pants. Under her jacket, she wore a bra, and beneath her pants, she wore a thong. Under her thong, Robyn wore a white G-string. Finishing out this costume was a pair of black shoes with stiletto heels. Every piece of this costume appeared to be black and, with the exception of the shoes, literally covered with large silver sequins.
Robyn finished this performance with a shower show.
The music for this show was, "Survival of the Sickest," by Saliva, "Animals," by Nickelback, "Bawitdaba," by Kid Rock, and, "Black Betty," by Spiderbait, I think.
Robyn's interaction with the tip rail squatters is great to say the least.
Robyn Foxx has long red hair and blue eyes. She is four feet eleven inches tall, weighs one hundred five pounds, and her measurements are 34E-24-36.
I have always found Robyn to be a very nice, very friendly, lady who can conduct an intelligent conversation with anybody. She also has a good sense of humor, and she definitely enjoys meeting and chatting with her fans.
It would be an absolute shame if anybody were to ever pass up an opportunity to go out to a nearby club to see Robyn perform and to meet her in person. She is one of the best feature performers around today!
Robyn did have a website located at: RobynFoxx.com. However, this site currently, "Is not available," and I can't seem to locate any other official site for Robyn. On the other hand, Robyn can be found on MySpace.com, Facebook.com, and Fubar.com.
TD's Gold Club
TD's is a nice-looking, comfortable, club that is well furnished. The club serves food and has a good-sized bar.
The main stage is a runway-style stage with one brass pole. There is also a smaller square secondary stage that becomes active whenever the crowd gets large enough to warrant its usage. This secondary stage also has one brass pole in the middle.
In addition to the main area, the club has a large balcony area that runs along one wall the length of the club and across the front wall the width of the club.
The balcony area is generally used for private parties and sports events. The section across the width of the club is the champagne suite used mainly for private parties. The area along the length of the club has a fair-sized bar and a square stage about the same size as the secondary stage downstairs. This stage also has one brass pole. (The balcony area will also be opened up to accommodate the overflow if the club gets too crowded downstairs.)
The young woman stationed near the front door who was in charge of collecting the cover charges, all the waitresses, and every single house dancer I saw were absolutely beautiful and very friendly. Plus the managers I met, Mike and Roger, and all the staff were extremely friendly and very helpful.
There was one house dancer named Shadow that made a very good impression on me.
I was extremely impressed with a gorgeous blonde-haired house dancer named Roxxxy. She and I spoke with each other for quite a bit. If I didn't know better, I might think I had fallen in love with Roxxxy. I'm most definitely heavily in like with her. She really helped to make my night!
The Fantasy World is a smaller version of TD's Gold without the balcony area, and its website bills it as Albuquerque's only full nude club. One other exception to the rule is that to get into the club, a person walks through a sizable adult store area. (The club refers to it as an adult mall.)
While the club's website boasts the club as having four stages, I only noticed two, but then, I was getting tired; therefore, I might have simply missed two stages somehow. I can say that the Fantasy World has a runway style stage and a smaller square secondary stage similar in size to those at TD's. These two stages also have one brass pole each.
The floor of this club is two level with the upper level being in the bar area. The upper level is two steps above the rest of the floor, and it has the secondary stage located on it.
Like TD's, I found DJ, the on duty manager, and all of the staff to be quite friendly and helpful. Also, the waitresses, the two ladies working in the store area, and all of the house dancers were beautiful and friendly.
I would recommend that people who live in the Albuquerque area, or who just happen to be passing through the area with some extra time on their hands, should check out these two clubs. TD's is located at 2120 Eubank Blvd NE just south of the corner of Menaul Blvd NE. Fantasy World is located at 5000 Jefferson Street Ne.
I have recently written about Wild J's. To read that review, go to: http://ainews.com/story/20436/
Within a few minutes after arriving at Wild J's, I was greeted by Lauren LoVe who immediately introduced me to Jim, an owner of the club.
In just a short time after arriving, I was greeted by Candy, Angel, and my lovey young friend Claudia.
All-in-all, I had a great time at Wild J's. But then, I have already come to expect to have a good time in this club.
TD's Gold Club's website is located at: TDsAlbuquerque.com
The website for Fantasy World can be found at: FantasyWorld-Nm.com
Last but certainly not least, check out Wild J's at: Wild-J.com
Okay everybody that will just about do it for this time around. Why don't we all meet back here the next time to continue discussing gorgeous, sexy, women? Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,