July 19, 2008 05:28pm
MWA: Dayton, Brea Bennett, Sunny Lane
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. Thursday and Friday evenings of this particular weekend were more-or-less normal. However, on Saturday morning, I got a wild hair up my posterior and did something I really couldn't afford. Please read on, and all will become clear. Besides, if nobody reads any farther, we won't be able to discuss sexy women...
Thursday evening, July 10Th, I went to the Rio Gentlemen's Club to observe Dayton's (formerly Dayton Rains) first show.
For the one show I saw, Dayton wore a black nurse cap with a red cross in the middle, a one half inch wide black choker encrusted with diamond-like stones and a one inch wide bracelet, encrusted with diamond-like stones, on each wrist. She also wore a camouflage, short-sleeved, jacket-like piece that I am at a loss to describe. In addition, Dayton wore a black mini-skirt with a red apron-like piece in the front with a white cross in the middle of it. Beneath all of this, she wore a black bra with red straps and a red G-string. On her legs, she wore a pair of black leg warmers over a pair of just above knee-length red fishnet hose. On her feet, she wore a pair of shoes with black stiletto heels, black platform soles, and clear tops.
Dayton opened this show with, ''Welcome to the Jungle.'' I neglected to pay attention to the rest of her music but I do know that it was rock music.
Dayton performs well on stage, and she interacts very well with the tip rail customers.
The formerly blonde Dayton is these days a dark-haired, dark-eyed beauty who is quite friendly and easy to speak with.
So far as I am concerned, Dayton is worth a trip to a nearby club to see her perform and to meet her in person.
While I can't seem to locate an official website for Dayton, I'm certain that plenty of photos of her can be found simply by conducting an Internet search.
Friday, July 11Th, I went to the City of Industry Spearmint Rhino to say hello to Brea Bennett and to observe her first show of the evening.
For the show I saw, Brea wore a one half inch wide black choker that was decorated with small metal studs and a small metal ring in the front. What appeared to be a two inch wide black wristband decorated with spike-like metal studs, worn on her right wrist, turned out to be a one half inch wide choker that Brea had wrapped around her wrist twice. Brea also wore a white bikini. The bikini bottoms were decorated with a small black bow on each hip and a slightly larger black bow at the top edge in the back. Beneath the bikini bottoms, Brea wore a black thong. For footwear, she wore a pair of sandal-like, white, high-heeled shoes with platform soles.
Brea performs quite well on stage, and she commits very good interaction with the tip rail squatters.
I didn't pay attention to the music Brea performed this show to, but I'm fairly certain it was rock music.
Brea is a beautiful young women with a very nice-looking, all natural, body and long blonde hair. She stands five feet, five inches tall, weighs one hundred pounds, and measures 32B-22-32. Brea is a very sweet and friendly lady. She is also quite intelligent, a good conversationalist, and she has a terrific sense of humor. Plus, she truly enjoys meeting and chatting with her fans.
I honestly do not believe anybody would be disappointed after meeting Brea in person and seeing her perform. Therefore, I want everybody to get out to a nearby club and enjoy the company of Brea Bennett at the very first opportunity that arises.
Check Brea out at: BreaBennett.com
Saturday, July 12Th, I drove up to Las Vegas, Nevada, to spend the evening hanging out at Little Darlings with the incredibly cute Sunny Lane and her able assistant, California Slim. (Slim is one of the best DJs in the business, and he does a great job as Sunny's roadie! On top of all that, he is a really cool guy.)
For her first appearance of the evening, Sunny performed her, ''Dancing Harem Girl Show.'' her costume for this show is basically an all white affair, while many of the decorations to the costume were gold. Sunny wore a headband which was encrusted with jewel-like sequins. (They may have actually been rhinestones. I still couldn't tell for certain.) She also wore bejeweled bracelets on each wrist and bejeweled ankle bracelets on each ankle. Sunny additionally wore a pair of long, dangling, earrings. The costume also consisted of a white veil and a bra that was completely encrusted with sequins. The bra had several gold-colored chains looped from the front of each breast cup and more gold-colored chains that looped between the breast cups. There was also a completely sequin encrusted belt with long bejeweled tassels. On her feet, Sunny wore a pair of clear plastic high-heeled shoes with platform soles. Each shoe was actually all one sculpted piece with straps to hold them to her feet.
The one change to this costume that I immediately noticed was her panties. She had a new pair of transparent panties with a solid white crotch panel and a silvery chain across the back at the top edge. This chain had a series of small chains, with little medallions at the ends, hanging from it.
When I mentioned this change to the costume, Sunny told me that she had recently been browsing through a Victoria's Secret store when she spotted the new panties. She said that the moment she saw them, she knew they couldn't be more perfect for this costume if they had been custom-made. I completely agree with her assessment.
Sunny's music for this show all had a middle eastern flavor to it.
For her second time on stage, Sunny performed her ''Dominatrix Show.'' At the start of this show, Sunny carried what appeared to be a wooden paddle. (It was definitely a paddle of some sort.) For her costume, Sunny wore a pair of black gloves, a black, latex vinyl, midriff top and a black, latex vinyl, mini-skirt. Beneath her top, Sunny wore a black bra that was trimmed in pink and decorated with pink ribbons. She also wore a black G-string under her mini-skirt. The G-string was decorated with pink ribbons. Additionally, Sunny wore a pair of black fishnet hose that were topped with black, ruffled, garters on her legs. For footwear, she wore a pair of black, open-toed, lace up shoes with spiked heels. To accessorize her costume, Sunny wore a pair of silver, medium-sized, hoop earrings.
During this show, Sunny pulled a hot-looking house dancer up onto the stage for some fun and games. Thanks to the house dancer's initiative, some of the simulated girl/girl action turned out to not be quite so simulated as it was suppose to be!
I later spoke with the house dancer in question, and I told her, ''I do believe I am a bit jealous of you.'' She asked, ''How come?'' I replied, ''Because I have been friends with Sunny for three years, and all I ever get to do is hug her.'' Once again, I made a house dancer laugh.
And again, I was so enthralled with Sunny's performance, I neglected to pay attention to her music; therefore, it could have been rock, hip hop, rap or who knows?
For her final performance, Sunny did her ''Little Girl Show.'' For this one, Sunny wore her hair in dog ears, and she wore a pink top that was decorated with sequins. The top was cut in such a way as to expose the breast cups of her bra. She also wore a pink mini-skirt that was also decorated with sequins. Beneath her top, or should I say barely beneath her top, Sunny wore a pink bra. The breast cups of the bra were covered with so much ruffled chiffon material they looked like two huge flowers. Under her mini-skirt, Sunny wore a crinoline petticoat. Beneath the petticoat, she wore a pair of pink panties. The back of the panties were covered with some of the same ruffled chiffon material. On her feet, Sunny wore a pair of silver, high-heeled, platform-soled shoes that looked as if they were made entirely of glitter.
Sunny opened this show to the trademark song of child actress Shirley Temple, ''On the Good Ship Lollipop,'' from the 1934 movie, ''Bright Eyes.''
At the start of her opening song, Sunny came out of the dressing room carrying a small basket full of lollipops. She then proceeded to skip around the club handing out said lollipops to randomly selected customers starting with me.
This was one more time that I was so mesmerized by Sunny's performance, I forgot to pay attention to the remainder of her music. However, I want to say that it was rock music.
Sunny ended each show with a game of cooter ball. And, toward the end of either her second show or the final show, Sunny poured a lot of chocolate syrup over her body and allowed a good number of the customers to lick the syrup from her skin. (I would have loved to partake myself, but it would have made a horrible mess of my moustache, so I didn't. Yes, I'm saying that I just might have gotten carried away.)
As always, Sunny performed very well on stage, and as many may have already guessed, her interaction with the residents of the tip rail is excellent! (Sunny has even been known to call people who were sitting away from the tip rail to the stage to play around with them.)
Sunny Lane has quickly become a very entertaining feature dancer and is not to be missed; therefore, anybody who learns that she will be performing in a club near them should get out of the house and go see her perform and meet her in person!
Sunny is a beautiful, intelligent, sweet lady who has a fantastic personality! She is also an excellent conversationalist, and she loves meeting and chatting with her fans. She stands five feet even, weighs one hundred ten pounds and measures 36C-24-36.
Pay Sunny a visit at: SunnyLaneLive.com
The leaders of the Deja Vu chain, and their associated gentlemen's club chains, advertise that they have, ''1000s of beautiful girls and 3 ugly ones.'' I have no idea who the three ugly girls are, but I can testify to the fact that none of them were working at the Las Vegas Little Darlings Club on this particular night. All of the house ladies were hot! I was especially impressed with Hazel and one other lady. Unfortunately, I didn't quite catch the other lady's name. I can only remember that it started with an 'M'. I think her name may have sounded something like MI, but I can't swear to it. I only hope the lady will forgive my senility and the fact that I sometimes have trouble hearing over the loud music. (Why do so many of the clubs insist on playing the music so much louder than necessary?)
At one point in time between Sunny's second and third show, several of the house dancers took turns performing in costumes that came closer to being the sort of costume a feature dancer would wear than the run of the mill house dancer attire. And, all of these particular ladies performed very well!
Two of the said house dancers performed as a duo, and what a team they made. No, they were not Leslie Wells and Tristan Blue, but in my opinion, they came somewhat close. Their performance was rather well choreographed and then there was their pole work. Let me say that these two ladies did the vast majority of their pole work in unison on the same pole. They did one trick on the pole that was unlike anything I have ever seen in my life. The larger of the two ladies held onto the pole with both hands, locked her legs around the pole, and, with her head toward the ceiling, formed a more-or-less semi-circle with her back. Then the smaller lady reached around her partner with both arms, removed her legs from the pole, and hung from her partner in mid-air! Yes I was impressed, very much so!
Those two ladies should seriously consider the idea of becoming a touring duo feature act! They were that good.
If I lived in Las Vegas, I would go to Little Darlings frequently simply in hopes of seeing those two ladies perform together again and again.
While there are a good number of clubs in Las Vegas, Little Darlings is so worthy of a visit as any of the other clubs. The girls are sexy, the staff is friendly, and the club itself is quite comfortable.
Okay good people, that will more than do it for another week. We should all meet back here the next time and 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,