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Le Crazy Horse

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If you think Barbie is a carbon copy of beauty the Crazy Horse is going to drive you bonkers. Their dancers are out of a more perfect mold, and even better they jiggle; same size and shape down and up to their perfect breasts – devastating for teenage boys, it was enough to bring me almost to cardiac arrest when I first came here under-age, let alone what other reactions they drew from my body. And they can dance. Like minxes actually. The whole thing is magic – which is the point, or at least the idea behind the club, which is why they have magic shows sometimes as well – and other beguiling performances, but really it’s all about the stage perfect girls, who glower and glimmer under the crazy magic lights.

Not cheap and some accuse it of pandering a little too much to the tourist market, the Crazy Horse is more risqué than the Moulin Rouge or Lido because for all its ‘magic’ it’s a strip club and you’re just so much closer to the action. Isn't that the point of going to a place like this? Production values are all good and well but this isn't a cabaret, Toto.

The bathrooms are the perfect thrones of opulence you'd want girls like that to use.

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Written by  JP Condello.

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