Not so long ago the only place you'd find a stripper pole was in a gentleman's club. Thankfully, those dark ages are in the past and stripper poles have moved into regular nightclubs, gyms and home "entertainment" rooms. I'm not going to buy into the argument that it's a respected dance form to be marveled at, but I will agree it takes definite skill and agility to pull off. And when it's not pulled off the result is a hilarious collage of concussions and bruises for all who witness the failure.
Crash into me
Let's start with this little gem. This guy appears to be caught off guard when his girl eagerly shows him the wave of sexiness that's about to come crashing upon him... and the coffee table.
So close, yet so far
She's got the clear heels, picked out her audition song, practiced for weeks, she even got the supportive friend to cheer her on. What she neglected were the proper nuts and bolts for installing her pole.
Conquer your fears
Stripper poles can be intimidating, there tall, shiny, and come without safety gear or instructions. To be one with the stripper pole you must attack it and show no fear - like an attention starved ninja. Unfortunately, sometimes you land on your head.
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