November 13, 2012 05:31pm
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Farrah Frost - Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. I only have the performances of one feature dancer to write about in this column. However, she is well worth the time and effort! Please read on, and I think everybody will agree.
Saturday evening, November 3, I drove down to the California Girls Gentlemen's Club, in Santa Ana, to see whether or not Farrah Frost would remember meeting me at the Exotic Dancer Gentlemen's Club Owners Expo last August and to observe both of her shows. (It took her a moment or two, but she did eventually recall having met me before.)
At the start of her first show, Farrah wore a black fedora hat and a black business suit jacket. She also wore a black tie with gold diagonal stripes. Beneath her jacket, Farrah wore a long-sleeved white dress shirt. Under the shirt, she wore a gold bra and a pair of gold bikini panties. The panties had an inch wide strip of large gold sequins around the top edge. Once Farrah had removed her gold panties, a black G-string was revealed. To finish out her costume, Farrah wore a pair of transparent shoes with spike heels and platform soles.
Farrah finished this show by allowing tip rail customers to rub lotion onto her body for five dollars. She then followed that up with an abbreviated hot candle wax bit that ended with her getting a house dancer involved in her playtime.
Farrah performed her first show to, "Sweet Dreams," by the Eurythmics, "Coming Undone," by Korn, "Closer," by Nine Inch Nails, "Erotica," by Madonna, and, "Hypnotize," by the Notorious B.I.G.
For her final show, Farrah wore a black kimono with white trim. (There may have been a bit more to the kimono. However, I was unable to get a seat at the tip rail; therefore, it was rather difficult to observe and make note of everything I should have.) Beneath the kimono, she wore a pink bra with black breast cups and a pink corset. She additionally wore a pink garter belt and a black G-string. Farrah's footwear during this show appeared to be the same shoes that she had worn during her first show. And that was just fine with me. The shoes looked very good with both costumes!
Farrah again ended the show with the lotion on her body for five bit.
The music for Farrah's final show was, "Bad Girls," by M.I.A., "Hero," by Nickelback, "Dip it Low," by Christina Milian, and, "Gangnam Style," by PSY.
Farrah has long black hair and brown eyes. She stands five feet four inches tall and weighs one hundred twenty pounds. Farrah said that she really didn't know exactly what her measurements were, and I can't find a thing on the Internet. So, I suppose all I can do is say that she has a great looking body to go with a beautiful face.
After having met and spoken with Farrah twice now, I feel safe in saying that she is an intelligent, friendly, young woman who enjoys meeting and chatting with her fans. She also appears to have a reasonably good sense of humor.
When Farrah was on stage performing, she proved to be very limber and athletic. Not only does she perform well, and looks good doing it, she includes some good pole work in her shows. On this night, Farrah committed good interaction with many of the denizen of the tip rail and some of the house dancers. Therefore, I can only assume that the same holds true wherever she performs assuming that she is not in a club located in an area that has some ridiculous separation ordinance.
It is my recommendation that nobody who might get an opportunity to go out to a club to see Farrah Frost perform and to meet her in person should allow said opportunity to sneak past them. I would also recommend that everybody who enjoys watching a good feature dancer perform should start bugging the owners and managers of their local clubs to book Farrah just as soon as humanly possible.
Okay folks, that will just about do it for now. 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,