Strip Club Switches Things Up, Delivers Food Instead of Lap Dances
The shut down of the country because of Covid-19 has hit us all hard. We can’t go do the things we usually do.
We can’t go to work. We can’t go out to eat. We can’t go to our tap dance lessons. But a few proud Americans are stepping up in this time of crisis, switching gears and helping out.
The Lucky Devil Lounge in Oregon has switched gears in an effort to keep it’s employees working and getting paid. Their strippers are now delivering food. And that, children, was how Boober Eats was born.
For $30, the dancers will deliver food to you. We’ll let Rolling Stone describe what happens next; “Clad in nipple pasties, the women walk up to a customer’s door, leave the food on the doorstep, then take off their sweaters and “bounce around,” though what that looks like depends on the skill set of the dancer (Grody, for instance, says she flexes her breasts one at a time).”
Even in a crisis, the dancers at the Lucky Devil are showing how good ol’ American know how will keep us safe.