Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Theatres

Greetings panty people! The panty of the day comes from not my own personal collection, but rather the internet. Found this while surfing somewhere, thought maybe I'd share that with my loyal readers. My guess is these are right up Ross' alley. I happen to like them a lot myself. The sheer fabric mixed with the lacy trim is usually a good combination that seems to catch my eye. The girl looks to be wearing a naughty French maid outfit, another of my favorite fantasies.

Today I was thinking about how Paul Reubens aka Pee Wee Herman was arrested a long time ago for masturbating in an X rated theatre. I was wondering if anyone out there has ever been to a real X rated theatre. I've never been, so I have no idea if what he was doing would have been considered normal. I watch porn at home, and not because the movies have great story lines. When I pop one of those in the player, it's as a visual aid to self gratification. So, I would assume that people going to see a porno movie in a theatre were there to get themselves off too. Of course this could be very gross as far as the fluids left behind. I sure wouldn't want to work at one of those theatres and have to clean up between shows. I know for a fact that those adult shops often have little self gratification booths where one can play a movie by feeding quarters into the machine, so are the big theatres the same way? I guess I'll never find out since there are no longer any porn theatres left.

9 comments:

Annes test beta blog said...

I love the cute little outfit and panties; the boy shorts from yesterday too. Yeah, I thought the same thing about Paul Rubens. What do they expect in an x-rated theater? I mean, that's pretty much the whole point of porn movies, right? I wonder if they have some sort of private dick (hehe!) patrolling the theater for that sort of thing. It's not right any way you slice it. You shouldn't be penalized for getting excited about the movie, but you also wouldn't want to sit where someone had just unloaded. This is mean, but back in the 80's my friends and I would sometimes have fun driving by porn theaters and yelling things like "PERVERT!" at anyone standing in front of the theater. I have nothing against porn, but sometimes I can't resist giving people a hard time.

Pantymaven said...

Porn movies never interested in me. Maybe it's the "vanilla" that runs through my veins. I remember the Rubens incident and feeling the same way as Anne does... "What do they expect in an x-rated theatre?" He certainly wouldn't be offending too many other people. But, that's a pet peeve of mine... arrests and incarcerations of people for seemingly innocuous crimes when repeat drunk drivers who have actually maimed or killed people get off with "house arrest" and small fines. Ooops... WAY OT! Sorry...

Annes test beta blog said...

I never went in an x-rated theater, they always seemed so sleazy, but I always secretly wished I could steal one of their movie posters from the front of the building, especially if the movie had a funny name. :)

ross said...

You are right. Those panties are my kind of panties. Yummy.

I saw a porn once at a drive-in when some other kids. It was boring.

Personally, I don't care much for coventional porn. The women are obvious and ugly with those fake breasts and hair.

Fortunately, there are specialty porn vids one can find on the internet for couples and panty fetishists. I particularly enjoy watching normal, attractive women masturbate in their panties. Have you ever gone by TNV?

Sheen V said...

I've been to a few porn theaters in the early '90s. The first time was out of curiosity, and the fact that I didn't have a VCR to watch movies at home. It was creepy, the picture was bad, the floors were sticky, and it smelled like an ashtray. I left after about 15 minutes. When I moved to another city, I went to another one, pretty much the same thing, and I left after about 10 minutes. The third theater I went to was even worse - I could see men playing with eachother and not trying to hide it. I haven't been back to one since. The net is easier to access, and the rental shops have better movies.

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