November 26, 2013 09:26pm
Source: Myles Shaffer
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Daisy Marie, Allie Haze - Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This column will be about two beautiful young women and their interesting stage shows. So, if everybody is now curious enough, let us move along without any further ado!
Friday night, November 22, I drove out to the Rialto Spearmint Rhino to spend a little time with my friend Daisy Marie and to observe both of her shows of the evening.
At the start of her first show of the evening, Daisy Marie wore a white latex military style hat with a black bill. The bill had a thin line of silver trim around its edge. Next she wore a bra-like top, for lack of a better description, that was made of mirror-surfaced metal panels trimmed with, and held together by, narrow strips of white material. (The metal panels appeared to be black, because they were all reflecting the surfaces of the stage and the ceiling.) Daisy Marie also wore an unusual-looking garter belt-like piece that had what I can only describe as a codpiece hanging down in front of her lower abdomen area. This item was made with the same materials as her top piece. (Naturally both articles matched.) Beneath these two articles, Daisy Marie wore a hot pink bikini bra and panties set. She additionally wore narrow strips of white material crisscrossing both of her legs from her hips down to her ankles. To finish out her costume, she wore a pair of hot pink shoes with spike heels, platform soles, and clear straps to attach the shoes to her feet.
This show was performed to, "Toyfriend," by David Guetta and Afrojack featuring Wynter Gordon, "I Do Both Jay and Jane," by LA Rissa, and, "Dirty Talk," by Wynter Gordon featuring David Guetta.
For her final show of the evening, Daisy Marie wore a pair of black rimmed glasses with white tape wrapped around the nose bridge as if the glasses had been broken in half. She next wore a red plaid bra with a section of ruffled white material at the tops of the breast cups. She also wore a red plaid garter belt that had a thin line of white trim along the bottom edges. The garter belt also had black straps. She additionally wore red plaid G-string-like thong panties with black straps the thong panties also had some type of a small crest at the top front of the crotch panel. (The bra, garter belt, and thong all matched of course.) On her legs, Daisy Marie wore a pair of almost hip-length black fishnet hose with bands of one inch wide lace at their tops. Her footwear was a pair of clear shoes with spike heels and platform soles.
During this show, Daisy Marie performed to, "Cockiness," by Rihanna, "Dancing in the Dark," by Dev, "Porn Star Dancing," by My Darkest Days, and, "Loca People," by Sak Noel.
Daisy Marie played a game of Cooterball for 8X10s at the end of both of her shows.
Daisy Marie’s interaction with the denizens of the tip rail was pretty much limited to good up close views of the goodies during her first show. Then during her final show of the evening, she got, "Up close, in your face, and personal," with just about everybody seated at the stage. This is the way she usually does it; therefore, it is a very good reason to stay for all of her shows during any particular night.
Daisy Marie is a very sexy-looking combination of Mexican and Filipina. She has long medium brown hair with some blonde highlights. She additionally has very pretty brown eyes. She stands five feet four inches tall, weighs in at one hundred twenty pounds, and she measures a delightful 34D-24-34.
I have known Daisy Marie for almost as long as she has been in the adult entertainment industry. Therefore, I feel quite comfortable in saying that she is very sweet, extremely friendly, has a great sense of humor, and she is very well-spoken. And as if all of this were not enough, she also enjoys meeting and speaking with her fans.
Daisy Marie is so good a feature dancer as many of the others I have seen over the years and better than some. That coupled with the fact that she has a wonderful personality is a great reason why nobody should ever let an opportunity to go out to a nearby club to see her perform and to meet her in person sneak past them. I do not believe they would be disappointed by the experience.
People can pay a visit to Daisy Marie at EnterDaisy.com
Some of the readers may remember that I wrote approximately four weeks ago about Daisy Marie having a Christmas Special appearance, hosted by rap artist Ja Rule, coming up at Cheerleaders in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, in December. Well, the event has been pushed out one week to Thursday, December 19. The date was changed in order for Daisy Marie to be able to take part in a fundraiser to benefit the victims of the devastating typhoon that recently hit the Philippines.
Saturday evening, November 23, I drove up to the Oxnard Spearmint Rhino to spend a little time with Allie Haze, another friend of mine, and to observe both of her show of the night.
To start her first show of the evening, Allie wore her hair in dog ears. For her costume, she wore a yellow and white checkered halter top with a neck strap. The halter top was tied in a bow in the back. The halter top neck strap had a yellow bow attached behind Allie’s neck. Next she wore a very short yellow and white checkered wrap around mini-skirt that matched her halter top. The mini-skirt was trimmed with white lace and had a yellow bow in the back. Beneath her outer garments, Allie wore a white bra, garter belt, and G-string. She next wore a pair of hip-length white fishnet hose on her legs. Allie’s footwear with this costume was a pair of clear shoes with stiletto heels, platform soles, and ankle straps.
During this show, Allie danced to, "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)," by Big & Rich, "Cowboy," by Kid Rock, "Everybody Wants you," by Bill Squier, and, "It’s My Life," by Bon Jovi.
Allie performed her, "Sailor Show," for her final show of this engagement. At the beginning of this show, Allie wore a white sailor cap like that worn by United States Navy seamen with their uniforms. Allie next wore a sparkly blue midriff blouse that was tied together between her breasts. The blouse came complete with white lapels and a white flap like the flap on the back of a United States Navy seaman’s uniform blouse. The flap was trimmed with a half-inch wide line of red scrolling across the bottom edge and up either side. In the middle of the flap was a gold anchor. In addition to her blouse, Allie wore a matching pair of small, tight, blue shorts with a red waistband. Beneath her blouse, Allie wore a red bra. Under her shorts, Allie wore a red G-string. Allie’s footwear for this show was a pair of red shoes with stiletto heels and platform soles.
Allie performed to part of, "In the Navy," by the Village People, as an intro at the start of this show. She followed this up with, "Shake Your Love," by Debbie Gibson, "We Got the Beat," by the Go Go’s, "Into the Groove," by Madonna, and, "Sex as a Weapon," by Pat Benatar.
(I would like to extend my thanks to DJ Tony for all of his help in identifying Allie’s music during the evening.)
As usual, Allie displayed very good interaction with the tip rail squatters during both of her shows.
Just a few minutes before Allie began this last show, a young man and two young women, none of whom looked old enough to drink, entered the club and immediately took seats at the tip rail. As luck would have it, one of the women grabbed my favorite position on the left side of the steps up to the stage. Oh well, I was able to grab an empty chair and place it at the back edge of the stage next to the steps on the right side. Keep this in mind until we come back to it, which, come to think of it, will be right now. At one point in time, Allie left the stage and played around with the young lady who had confiscated my favor place at the tip rail. A little later, Allie pulled the same woman up onto the stage and had a lot of fun with her. Not long after having allowed the woman to return to her seat, Allie again left the stage to monkey around her a little bit more, then turned to fool around with the other girl for a few seconds. (What would the readers be willing to bet that the young man with the girls was feeling very envious and left out by the end of Allie’s show?)
During both of her shows, Allie spent some time playing with her long, double-ended, dildo. She also deep-throated it a few times during both shows.
It has been about three years now since I first met Allie, and I have always known her to be a really sweet and extremely friendly lady. She is intelligent and a very good conversationalist. As if all of that were not enough, Allie enjoys performing for, meeting, and speaking with her fans.
The ever beautiful Allie has long brown hair and pretty brown eyes. She is five feet seven inches tall, weighs one hundred twenty-five pounds, and her measurements are 32A-26-34.
Allie debuted as a feature dancer at the Gold Club Centerfolds, in Rancho Cordova, California, from Wednesday, October 26, through Saturday, October 29, 2011. One of the reasons I know this is because of the fact that I made the four hundred twenty mile long drive to the club to spend some time with her and to observe all three of her shows the night of Saturday, October 29. It was my opinion that night that she performed so well as many of the feature dancers I had seen in recent years. Now after just two years and a few days short of a month, I am certain that Allie performs even better on stage. She has taken full advantage of her experiences over the time that she has been featuring. Therefore, I do recommend that nobody should ever allow an opportunity to get out to a nearby club to see Allie perform and to meet her in person slip past them! I am certain they will have a fun time!
Allie can be found at her official website AllieHaze.com
Allie can also be seen, under the name of Brittany Joy, portraying, "Emmanuelle," in the, "Emmanuelle through Time," series on the Cinemax cable television network.
And that is a wrap folks. Let us all meet back here the next time and continue the discussion of beautiful women and fun times. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,