December 12, 2008 08:38am
MWA: Courtney Cummz, Taya Parker, Audrey Bitoni
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This time around, we will go from a pair of black shoes and lots of exposed, beautiful female flesh, to what I believe to be a brand new show. Have I peaked anybody's interest? Good! Then please read on.
Thursday, November 13Th, I went to the downtown Los Angeles Spearmint Rhino to say hello to Courtney Cummz. For several various reasons, it is going to be really easy to describe the costume Courtney wore for the one show that I observed. Her costume consisted of a pair of black shoes with stiletto heels.
Yes, for a number of reasons, I got to the club just barely in time to see Courtney end her first show of the evening. I might have still made it in time to see the entire show but for a couple of things.
First of all, I discovered that CalTrans had my on ramp to the freeway closed. Also, my trucker son called me just as I was approaching the freeway. I told him that I would call him back... Oh, the trials and tribulations of a roving reporter! Or should that be a roving columnist? Oh, whatever the heck I am!
During what little of the show that I managed to see, Courtney performed to music I didn't pay any attention to. I was using the time to memorize as much of Courtney's beautiful body as possible.
The beautiful Ms. Cummz stands five feet six and one half inches tall, weighs one hundred twenty-five pounds and measures a lovely 34B-25-36. And, she is all natural.
Courtney is very friendly, has an excellent sense of humor, and she is a great conversationalist. Also, she truly enjoys meeting and chatting with her fans.
I do recommend that anybody who might get the opportunity should go to a nearby club to see Courtney perform and to meet her in person. They will not be disappointed.
Courtney can be ogled at: CourtneyCummz.com
After saying hello to Courtney and getting a great hug, I raced down to the Rio Gentlemen's Club, this time taking care not to get onto the wrong freeway, to say hello to Taya Parker and to observe one of her shows.
For the one show I saw, Taya performed her, ''Cowgirl Show.'' for this show, Taya wore a straw cowboy hat and sparkling bracelets on both wrists. She also wore a dark blue sleeveless, low cut, top. The top was decorated with lines of red trim in the neck area and was covered with red sequins, also in the neck area. The top also had a small confederate battle flag on the back. The flag was made with red, white, and blue sequins. Next, Taya wore a pair of very short, dark blue, shorts that were trimmed with lines of red sequins. Beneath the top, she wore a red bra that was covered with red sequins. The breast cups were decorated with blue fringe. Beneath her shorts, Taya wore a red thong that was also decorated with red sequins. To finish out the costume, she wore a pair of red, stiletto-heeled, shoes.
Taya performed this show to Gretchen Wilson's, ''Redneck Woman,'' Gwen Stefani's, ''Holla Back Girl,'' Alannah Myles', ''Black Velvet,'' and John Cougar's, ''Wild Night.''
Ms. Parker's interaction with the denizens of the tip rail is always so good as the location in which she is dancing will allow.
Taya Parker is a great feature dancer, one who is not to be missed! Her costumes are always appealing and her shows entertaining.
Also, Taya is a beautiful woman who stands five feet tall in her bare feet, and weighs ninety-two pounds. Measuring 32DD-22-32, Taya has, in my opinion, a perfect hour glass figure.
Taya is a very nice, friendly, lady who loves to meet and chat with her fans. She is also a great conversationalist, and a great friend to those of us who know her personally. (Taya is also very easy to become friends with, if a person treats her right.)
I'm beginning to think that Taya is the number one favorite feature dancer so far as this club is concerned. The club recently put a huge picture of Taya on the wall by the bar. A picture of Taya can also be found on the labels of the club's bottled water bottles. Plus, there is a second huge photo of her on the wall in a lap dance area.
Taya told me that when she first entered the club at the start of this particular weekend, she was headed for her dressing room and suddenly noticed her photo as she walked past it. She told me that she did a double take and thought to herself, ''Oh my God! That's me!''
After Taya told me that story, she reached out and patted the photo. She then turned to me, smiled an impish smile and said, ''I just patted myself on the butt!''
Taya can be found at: TayaParker.com
Friday, November 14Th, I drove out to the Rialto Spearmint Rhino to say hello to Audrey Bitoni and to observe all three of her shows.
To begin her first show, Audrey wore a blue plaid collar and necktie, and a short, blue plaid, ruffled mini-skirt with a black, belt-like, waistband. She also wore a pair of black bikini bottoms under the skirt, blue plaid wristbands laced with red ribbons on each wrist, and a bra with blue plaid breast cups and light blue straps. The front of the breast cups were laced with red ribbons. On her legs, Audrey wore a pair of black fishnet hose and on her feet, she wore a pair of black shoes with stiletto heels and platform soles of moderate height.
Audrey performed this show to Pink Floyd's, ''Another Brick in the Wall,'' Britney Spears', ''I Love Rock and Roll,'' and, Def Leppard's, ''Pour Some Sugar On Me.''
At the start of her second show, Audrey wore a pair of wings made of pink feathers and black feathers and a pair of black, above elbow-length, gloves with a pink bow on each glove. She also wore a pink bra decorated with pink feathers and a two tiered, ruffled, chiffon, pink over black, super mini-skirt. Beneath the almost non-existent skirt, Audrey wore a pair of black string bikini bottoms. On her legs and feet, she wore the same pair of hose and the same shoes, and that was okay with me. The hose and shoes worked very well with both costumes.
Audrey performed this show to rock music that I wasn't familiar with; although, I did recognize Disturbed's, ''Down with the Sickness,'' at some point in the performance.
For her third show, Audrey wore a light blue cap similar to a nurse's cap and a pair of above elbow-length light blue gloves. She also wore a light blue bikini bra and a short, red, loin cloth like piece. The ''loin cloth'' had three tiers of fringe and was tied on each hip with a wide, light blue, ribbon. Under the loin cloth, Audrey wore a pair of skimpy red shorts. She also wore a pair of mid-thigh length, red, fishnet hose and a pair of clear, platform-soled, stiletto-heeled shoes.
Once again, this show was performed to rock and hip-hop tunes that were unfamiliar to me.
Audrey committed excellent interaction, as in good physical contact, with the patrons of the tip rail.
I think she may have been a bit uneasy when walking to the stage, but once she was on the stage, and her music was playing, she got into it within a matter of a few seconds, and appeared to really enjoy performing.
This was only the second night of her feature dancing debut, and in my honest opinion, Audrey is already so good as a lot of features I've seen and better than a few. And, I think that she will continue to improve with experience gained.
Audrey is a beautiful young woman with long black hair and hazel eyes. She is five feet four inches tall and weighs one hundred ten pounds. Audrey told me that her bust measures 34D, but she didn't know what her waist and hip measurements were. I can attest to the fact that her body looks great!
I found Audrey to be very friendly, and I feel that she really does enjoy meeting and chatting with her fans.
I feel that Audrey Bitoni is well worth the trip to a nearby club to see her perform and to meet her in person.
Audrey's official website doesn't seem to be up and running just yet. However, there is a short video clip of Audrey speaking to the site visitors about how the site will be working soon. In the meantime, she can be found at: MySpace.com/xxxaudreybitoni
As an extra added bonus on this evening, Derek Hay, the founder of LA Direct Models (LADirectModels.com) showed up with three beautiful ladies in tow, namely Ahryan Astyn, Jessica Lauren and Carmel Moore.
Thank you Derek for always being so pleasant to speak with, and for always bringing such gorgeous displays of eye candy with you wherever you go!
Taya Parker Continued
Saturday night, November 15Th, I returned to the Rio for another helping of Taya Parker.
As usual, I arrived late and entered the club after Taya had already begun her, ''Super Hero Show.'' by the time I had arrived, Taya was already down to her red stiletto-heeled shoes and a pair of just below knee-length leggings. The leggings were covered with red sequins and had an approximately one inch wide band of gold sequins around the top. The leggings, combined with the shoes, gave the appearance of being boots.
When I arrived, Taya was dancing to Tina Turner's, ''We Don't Need Another Hero,'' from the soundtrack of the Mel Gibson movie, ''Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.'' I was not familiar with her final song.
The one show I observed in its entirely seemed to be a brand new show. At least I've never seen it before that I can remember.
Taya came onto the stage wearing a headband, a long-sleeved, low cut, midriff jacket-like top and a pair of very short shorts. Beneath her outer garments, she wore a bra and thong set. She also wore a pair of knee pads. All of these items were literally covered with red sequins and decorated with lines of black sequins.
That's odd. I didn't write anything down regarding Taya's footwear for this show, and I can't remember to save my soul what she may have worn on her feet. For all I know, she may have danced in her bare feet. Oh well, let's just chalk it up to senility and move along.
Taya opened this show with a long medley of almost every type of music heard on the radio and in movies from the mid-fifties until now. It started with Elvis Presley's, ''Heartbreak Hotel,'' followed by Chubby Checker's, ''The Twist,'' which was followed by more bits of songs than I could keep track of or write down. The medley included a surf song, ''Staying Alive,'' ''Grease,'' ''YMCA,'' a Michael Jackson tune, and many other musical numbers. The only thing I didn't hear was rap and hip-hop. Taya danced an appropriate dance for each song in the medley. (Yes, Ms. Parker can not only dance, but she is quite good at her job!)
Once the medley had ended and the next song had started, Taya picked up two rods each of which had a white streamer attached that was several feet long. I really couldn't tell what color the streamers were until Taya laid them down near me. They turned out to be white. However, when Taya was performing with them, the way they reflected the stage lighting, they gave the appearance of a fluorescent, twirling, swirling, ever color changing light show!
After the medley had ended, Taya performed the remainder of this show to a couple of pop tunes that I am not familiar with.
Taya ended the show with a body oil bit, which is always fun for all.
After this show, I began to enter into a severe recession of available energy, so I called it a night, said goodnight, and headed home while I was still safe to drive.
And that good people, brings us to a close once again. Let us all meet back here the next time to continue the ongoing discussion of sexy, beautiful, women. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,