exotic costumes erotic?

  • beaujangle

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    Apr 22, 2009 12:56 PM GMT
    How do you view guys in exotic costumes like kilt, sarong, kimono, etc? I like seeing them that way.

    Also, I wonder if they wear anything underneath? I know with kilts, traditionallly they don't but what about the other exotic ones like sarongs & kimonos?
  • xysx

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    Apr 22, 2009 9:45 PM GMT
    I can eroticize just about anything, so yes, Me likey much. I can only use my imagination and presume that underneath, they are bare and enjoying a bit of 'sheathed exibitionism' that way icon_twisted.gif
  • Bunjamon

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    Apr 22, 2009 9:52 PM GMT
    beaujangle said

    Also, I wonder if they wear anything underneath? I know with kilts, traditionallly they don't but what about the other exotic ones like sarongs & kimonos?


    For women, kimono are incredibly complicated and include layers upon layers of fabric (just watch the scenes where Sayuri is being dressed in Memoirs of a Geisha. I'm pretty sure people wear undergarments under their kimono nowadays.

    To be perfectly honest, though, exotic (i.e. made to be exotic in the West, but typically just traditional) dress doesn't do anything for me. A flattering pair of pants and a nice shirt are just fine.
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    Apr 22, 2009 9:54 PM GMT
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    Guys in mumus. So hawt.
    (jk)

    I like kilts.
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    Apr 22, 2009 9:57 PM GMT
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    Apr 22, 2009 9:58 PM GMT
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    Apr 22, 2009 10:11 PM GMT
    Not really.

    But exotic men (uncommon, rare, atypical, very different from me and/or what I encounter as part of my daily reality) ...
    much more enticing.


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    Apr 22, 2009 10:12 PM GMT
    The exotic is not meant to be erotic.
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    Apr 22, 2009 10:21 PM GMT
    if you're asking from the perspective of how well people respond to them money-wise... costumes are not well-received in most places i work. the patrons generally lack any imagination and just want you to be as naked as possible. themes/costumes/masks distract them for some reason, even if it were something as simple as a mask. there are exceptions: for some reason getting dressed up i leather daddy drag is appealing, but cowboy drag is hit or miss, and anything ethnic is a tip killer.
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    Apr 22, 2009 10:28 PM GMT
    dancerjack saidif you're asking from the perspective of how well people respond to them money-wise... costumes are not well-received in most places i work. the patrons generally lack any imagination and just want you to be as naked as possible. themes/costumes/masks distract them for some reason, if it were something as simple as a mask. there are exceptions: for some reason getting dressed up i leather daddy drag is appealing, but cowboy drag is hit or miss, and anything ethnic is a tip killer.


    You could dress like an eskimo and I'd still tip ya good icon_wink.gif
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    Apr 22, 2009 10:41 PM GMT
    it just occurred to me that people might take my ethnic comment wrong... i, personally, prefer the costumes... i love working with them. it's the audience's non-participation that forces me to just wander around in underwear or less. at one point i had all sorts of costumes, but they just didn't do anything to help me (in fact, they hurt me). kilts, as shown above, should be a crowd pleaser, but alas, they also were a dud in terms of tips. but here's the javanese sirong and kilt i used to use (both pics are from november, 2006, which was a while before i started p90x and my current mass building regimen):

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    Apr 22, 2009 11:09 PM GMT
    You mean you're not going to dress up like this anymore for me Jaquita?icon_cry.gif
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    Apr 22, 2009 11:35 PM GMT
    i will ALWAYS dress up like that for you, robby icon_smile.gif

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    Apr 22, 2009 11:37 PM GMT
    yay!
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    Apr 23, 2009 12:55 AM GMT
    you have to admit, that was a pretty good response: i even got the direction of the arms similar LOL
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    Apr 23, 2009 1:20 AM GMT
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    MMHHMM!! That's sum Fierce shit!! icon_eek.gif



    I've always imagine Ichiro on a samurai costume! It is ok to ask a korean to wear a samurai costume? I don't want to get punched on the face.
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    Apr 23, 2009 3:37 AM GMT
    dancerjack saidyou have to admit, that was a pretty good response: i even got the direction of the arms similar LOL


    LOl, I noticed. Aside from you not being a morbidly obese foul mouthed sociopathic cartoon 3rd grader, the resemblance is uncanny!
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    Apr 23, 2009 3:55 AM GMT
    dmostwanted saiddancerjack said:

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    MMHHMM!! That's sum Fierce shit!! icon_eek.gif



    I've always imagine Ichiro on a samurai costume! It is ok to ask a korean to wear a samurai costume? I don't want to get punched on the face.



    i wouldn't ask a korean to wear something japanese... no. also, one of the reasons i stopped using the sirong is because i felt like i was appropriating the imagery. although i've studied indonesian court dance, i shouldn't be dressing up in pseudo indonesian costumes, performing a mish mash of indonesian dance with whatever i'm improvising, and putting it all on a stage in a strip club (that kinda undermines the whole point of it being a sacred dance performed at the royal temple, no?).
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    Apr 23, 2009 5:10 AM GMT
    dancerjack said
    dmostwanted saiddancerjack said:

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    MMHHMM!! That's sum Fierce shit!! icon_eek.gif



    I've always imagine Ichiro on a samurai costume! It is ok to ask a korean to wear a samurai costume? I don't want to get punched on the face.



    i wouldn't ask a korean to wear something japanese... no. also, one of the reasons i stopped using the sirong is because i felt like i was appropriating the imagery. although i've studied indonesian court dance, i shouldn't be dressing up in pseudo indonesian costumes, performing a mish mash of indonesian dance with whatever i'm improvising, and putting it all on a stage in a strip club (that kinda undermines the whole point of it being a sacred dance performed at the royal temple, no?).




    Hmm, Its avant garde! As long as you don't perform at the Bali art festival in Bandung it'll be alright!