Sunday, April 26, 2009

Overheard on the Casino Floor...

"Wow! So you do the massage right out here in the open?"

"Yes, Sir."

"Excellent! That's exactly what I need, a nice, Christian massage, with my clothes on, in front of everyone. None of that riff-raff in my room!"




(Fifteen minutes earlier, in another part of the casino)

"So, d'you gals come up to the room to do the massage?"

"No, Sir. We do the massage right here."

"But I can't take my clothes off!"

"That's correct, Sir."

"Well, you know, that guy was killin' masseuses in his hotel room back East!"

*blink blink*

"And THAT'S exactly why we don't go up to hotel rooms!"

8 comments:

Leslie said...

Sometimes I wonder what crack people were smoking before they decide to open their mouths...

Christina LMT said...

Well, just about everyone in the casino is in various stages of inebriation...dunno about crack, though! ;)

HollyB said...

That old saw, "You can please some of the people all of the time and you can please all of the people some of the time, but yu can't please all of the people all of the time." would seem to apply here.

Buck said...

You just HAVE to be a saint... or close to it... to put up with this sort of shi'ite, Christina. The latter bits, of course, not the former.

Christina LMT said...

Holly, ain't it the truth!

Buck, moi, a SAINT? Not hardly. It's called having a (well-earned) thick skin. Plus having a blog really helps, too...;)

EuroWhig said...

That sounds like even more fun than my spouse's job. She's an online bingo chat moderator, but her customers are just drunk men trying to come on to her. The females are drunk too, but they're usually content with moaning about the tickets being too expensive at 50p after having gambled their husband's employment benefit payments for the week.

Christina LMT said...

Wow! Thank goodness she has the protection of being online! She IS anonymous, right? I really, really hope so. It's amusing to be sober around drunk people, I admit...;)

kvegas911 said...

O.....M.....G!!! Gotta love what alcohol does to people.