No Place For Beginners or Sensitive Hearts..

posted by Gidge Uriza

So my only two trips to Vegas were via the company I worked for, business trips of various sorts. Despite that, I got to look from my “I’m just here on business with no cash for nutty stuff” point of view at some of the legendary Vegas activities.

Such as, prostitution!

The last time I went,our company rented out the entire Treasure Island/Mirage hotel complex (ahem yeah it was a big company) and put up every manager and above from around the world.

One of my two favorite moments in Vegas came in the casino by the elevators to the tower rooms at the Treasure Island.  I step off the elevator and walk toward the bar, where the president of my division (my boss) is seated, chatted up by this bejeweled girl in bright green.

He’s chatting dopily with her, and she ever so attentively listening to every dorky word coming out of his “type A personality-super achiever” mouth.   He’s grinning a bit, you can tell he likes the attention. I tap him on the shoulder, fetching him away like his sister sent on a distasteful “fetch your brother” errand.  As we wander toward the conference center for dinner he smirks,”She was totally chatting me up!”

“Jim,” I smiled. “She was a hooker.”

Deflated…..he held open the door and led me into dinner. After he introduced Dana Carvey who someone had waylaid to do a set for our group – he sat down and whispered,”Well – at least she was a cute hooker.”


All Photography by Cajsa Lilliehook of MDR Photo Studios

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Fashion Details

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  • Shape – Gidge Custom Shape
  • Skin – PXL Creations – Linda – PINKY in Natural Tone R
  • Hair – Damselfly
  • Dress – Callie Cline – Wildcat Dress in Jade
  • Jewelry  – FRESH BAKED GOODS – Jam Gem Thumbprints
  • Stockings – Laqroki
  • Shoes- Insolence- Marie Jeanne in black
  • Lashes- Cybernetic
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One thought on “No Place For Beginners or Sensitive Hearts..

  1. Harper

    Until I got to the central part of the article, the first thing I could think of was, “Lord, how much time, travel and gas they would have saved if they’d met in Second Life instead.” (Laughing)

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