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I passed by this place 2 weeks ago about 10 -12 girls working. 2 babes the others ranging from 6 to 8 on 10. Not many customers for a thurday nite. it seems that most of the GP girls are gone from here when GP reopened couple of months back.

the first babe had a pamela anderson look (enhanced, tall blond) to her but when you have a closer look. she looks around mid 30s and has croaked front teeth. as the expression goes "good from far, far from good."

i chosed a babe named Kristina, tall enhanced, statueque body. I opted for FS (140$). nice ball licking and rim job then on to the main service. very energetic but she felt kinda loose. After all she probably gets pounded many times. over all, a good service.

In my opinion, I would I make a trip to GP for a better selection and only if the prices are the same (20-80-140). what are the GP prices?

drinks 5$ cover 5$.

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2126 Route 133
route 10 S then route 35
St Athanase, Quebec, Canada
(450) 346-1733
from montreal take the champlain bridge route 10 South then route 35 towards Vermont. the club will be on your left. can't miss it!!
 
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Any idea if the girls are available during the day?
How about the possibility of ? (Not BJC)
 

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I used to like this club. Much more relaxed than GP. I had heard that the GP owners bought the erotica. Has the club changed much since the change of ownership?
In my experience, bb was not an option at the erotica. I think it was against the club rules, and if it got out, the girls who don't like doing it would cause problems for those who did. They usually opened at 1:00 pm, although the afternoon selection was not always the greatest. Sometimes it was ok though.
 

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IMHO, if you think about it for a minute, BB is just not a good idea for you or for her. Other discussions have ensued in the escort area about this same thing - the chances for disease / illness in both directions goes up hugely when you move to anything BB.

If it's your thrill, good for you... but I don't suspect you will find many girls in a FS club that will do it.

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Since I routinely go whoring, I get checked, tested, and neutered regularly at a clinic, so that I don't infect other signifcant persons in my life. According to the doc, he said that it is really hard to get an STD infection because the saliva glands, and such, make the mouth a really hostile environment for micro-organisms that cause STDs. Of course, he wouldn't say that it's impossible, but only that it was really difficult to get an std from oral. However, this might mean that if you pull the trigger often enough, you will find the lucky loaded chamber.

BTW, we should all be routinely tested. If you guys don't know, in the US of A, you can get free and anonyous testing at most county clinics. If they ask for a name, they'll almost always never ask for an ID, so put in a bogus name. To get the results faster, you can give the clinic your phone number and authorize them to give the results to your wife or girlfriend.

Fuck the Canadian health care system. I spit in your french onion soup.
 

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thursday nite visit

Passed by this place last nite. they had about 16 girls working that nite, most of them GP girls ( summer, Julia, etc..). I spotted the regular Erotica hotties (Kristina) and some new faces too. particularly, a tall french girl with a sexy body to die for, hair painted half blonde and brown. Also, spotted the buck tooth pamela Anderson look alike. As i said before " looked good far, far from good". However very F***able if you ignore the teeth.

Bar Erotica has now become the next GP as the girls are more aggressive and money hungry. I got approached by at least 7 girls that nite. however, I didn't partake in any activities due to budgetary constrainst. maybe next time....


Price-20-80-140

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made a visit saturday nite to erotica around 11 pm. only about 8-9 girls working the nite. noticed 3 girls from gp ( summer, julia, ?). the rest were so-so erotica regulars. kristina was not sited.

I got approached by many of the girls during the nite. I decided to try someone new. Sheryl (long wavy blond, 5'8, small breasts, waify body) came to my table, aggressively grabbed my pants and whispered " that u won't be dissapointed" so i took the bait.
As soon as we got in the booth she said that its $160 for full service. I said "sorry no way!! i'll pay $140 or else i'm going to someone else". so she agreed to take $140 for 3 songs. she started off with a effortless CBJ. Then she jumped on to the main event, which we switched 3 positions during three songs. she was very active and really into it by talking dirty and moaning loudly. definate repeat!!

I tried the "take out" question to the girls but the best answer i got was "maybe". Perhaps because it was still too early in the nite (11:30).

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Originally posted by SEX-ANALYST
I went hwy 10, then 35 south, and got to 133 and could not find the place !

past the river on hwy 35 at red light it becomes route 133. It will be on your left a few meters after. Keep your eyes open.

do a search with a map on the net and enter postal code J2X 4C3

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made a visit here last nite, the place was packed due to the fact that GP is temporarily closed still without its liquor licence. There are about 20-25 girls last nite, with all of the GP girls here now as well as the erotica regulars. most of strippers here were around the ranges of 8/10 and up 9.

Got a FS session with a blond Anna KOURNIKOVA look alike names Shanti (10/10) thin waify body small breasts. AS i was removing my pants, she asked me to keep my pants down to my ankles and my shoes on just in case a raid occurs. started off with a cbj then when on to the main session. She was very perky and smiley in the booths, very non mechanical. would repeat!!

btw, now that GP is closed expect a raid here soon!!

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Jesus X, that`s good to know, Grinder. I can`t wait to get back to Montreal. Sounds even better than when I last left it. The girls at GP, in my opinion, were prettier than the BE girls, but I liked BE better because the girls were willing to negotiate on the number of songs and some were willing to do ; two things that were near impossible at GP. Now that the GP girls are working there, that place is on my run-to-list.

BTW, is Kristina still working there? I might lay the smack down and plunk down 500 to see her, if she agrees to a and cum on face. I saw old pictures of Celine Dione, back when she was young, and Kristina looks EXACTLY like a young Celine Dione. I wonder if Celine Dione was ever a whore? hmmm

oh, addendum: anyone ever gone fishing in the river adjacent to BE? I`m thinking of going fishing in that river. I looks mighty cool, with a rapids type of look to it. I was wondering if there were any fish in it (besides Carp, of course). Seriously. Yes, seriously. I`m bringing my fishing poles on the next trip.

Dr. Torpedo, whose fingers are going to smell like fish soon, one way or another.
 
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Originally posted by dr torpedo

Fuck the Canadian health care system. I spit in your french onion soup.

Yeah, that's why YOU Americans have to pay for healthcare in the US...we get FREE healthcare; and we do have anonymous clinics!!!
 

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yes, the Canadian health care system is not free, and it blows compared to American health care. Also, because of the socialist HC system, research is stagnant. What innovations do you know of come out of Canada or Europe? Few, compared to the US. However, my comment about the french onion soup was only a heavy handed attempt at humor after sampling the french onion soup at Barbies.

But that still doesn't answer my question...why do you put gravy on french fries?
 

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Originally posted by dr torpedo
yes, the Canadian health care system is not free, and it blows compared to American health care. Also, because of the socialist HC system, research is stagnant. What innovations do you know of come out of Canada or Europe? Few, compared to the US. However, my comment about the french onion soup was only a heavy handed attempt at humor after sampling the french onion soup at Barbies.

But that still doesn't answer my question...why do you put gravy on french fries?
I'm not a Quebecer, or even a Canadian, but I'll stand up for them here. I remember I stopped in some fast food type place on St. Catherine (it had a red sign and a three word name I think) for lunch and I finally tried the famed Canadian cheese fries with gravy. They were awesome. Actual potato pieces freshly fried with nuggets of cheese mixed in that melted from the heat, covered with gravy. You have to eat it with a fork. I was ready for a bypass right there. In comparison, the burger was lame. I could see this meal being especially popular when it is 10 degrees (Farenheit) outside - I think it raised my core temperature 5 degrees and added another layer of fat.

I think in general Quebec/Montreal takes french fries much more seriously than Americans do - the few times that I had french fries they were generally excellent, as opposed to the frozen or even reconstituted stuff that you often get in the States.

Now, I can't really defend their healthcare system, except to say that they typically end up with everyone getting mediocre healthcare, whereas in the US most people get pretty good healthcare but a minority are screwed. I'm not sure which is better there. Although the US does end up subsidizing drug & device development for the rest of the world...
 

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A proud Canadian

Take a look at this web page and I quote, Canadians have been responsible for some of the best inventions of our time, but a National Science Literacy Survey showed that two thirds of Canadians aren't able to name even one Canadian inventor! Canadians should be proud of all the products we're contributed to the world market.

http://www3.sympatico.ca/taniah/Canada/things/

acrylics (Plexiglas/Perspex/Lucite) - William Chalmers
Actar 911 CPR Dummy - Dianne Croteau, Richard Brault and Jonathan Vinden
air-conditioned railway coach - Henry Ruttan (1858)
antigravity suit - Wilbur R. Franks (1940)
Balderdash - Laura Robinson and Paul Toyne (1984)
basketball - James Naismith (1892)
batteryless radio (AC radio tube) - Edward Samuel Rogers Sr. (1925)
bovril
butter substitute
Canadarm - SPAR and the National Aeronautical Establishment (1981)
calcium carbide and acetylene gas (production of) - Thomas L. "Carbide" Wilson (1892)
carcino embryonic antigen (CEA) blood test - Dr. Phil Gold (1968)
cardiac intensive care unit (first)
cobalt bomb - University of Saskatchewan and Eldorado Mining and Refining (1951)
compound marine engine - Benjamin Franklin Tibbets compound revolving snow shovel (trains)
computerized braille
crash position indicator (C.P.I) - Harry T. Stevinson and David M. Makow (1959)



dental mirror
disintegrating plastic
ear piercer
electric cooking range - Thomas Ahearn (1882)
electric hand prosthesis for children - Helmut Lukas (1971)
electrical car (North America's first)
electric wheelchair - George J. Klein
electron microscope - Prof. E. F. Burton and Cecil Hall, James Hillier and Albert Prebus (late 1930s)
electronic wave organ - Frank Morse Robb (1927)
explosives vapour detector - Dr Lorne Elias (1990)
fathometer - Reginald Fessenden
film developing tank
five pin bowling - Thomas E. Ryan (1909)
foghorn - Robert Foulis (1854)
frozen fish - Dr. Archibald G. Huntsman (1926)



garbage bag (green plastic) - Harry Wasyluk and Larry Hanson (1950s)
Gestalt Photo Mapper - G. Hobrough (1975)
gingerale - John J. McLaughlin (1904)
goalie mask - Jacques Plante (1959)
Green ink - Thomas Sterry Hunt (1862)
hair tonic
heart valve operation (first)
helicopter trap (for landing on ships)
helium as a substitute for hydrogen in airships
hydrofoil boat - Alexander Graham Bell and Casey Baldwin (1908)
IMAX - Grahame Ferguson, Roman Kroitor, Robert Kerr (1968)
instant potato flakes - Dr. Edward Asselbegs and the Food Research Institute (1962)
insulation
insulin (as diabetes treatment) - Dr. Frederick Banting, Dr. Charles Best and Dr. Collip (1921)



Java - James Gosling
Jetline
jolly jumper - Olivia Poole
kerosene - Abraham Gesner (1840)
lacrosse - played since the 1600s; William George Beers set out standard rules (1860)
laser (sailboat) - Bruce Kirby, Ian Bruce and Hans Fogh (1969)
lightbulb (first patented) - Henry Woodward (1874)
liposomes



machine gun tracer bullet
MacPherson gas mask
measure for footwear
Muskol
Newtsuit - Phil Nuytten
newsprint - Charles Fenerty (1838)
Nursing Mother Breast Pads - Marsha Skrypuch (1986)



pablum - Drs. Alan Brown, Fred Tisdall, and Theo Drake (1930s)
pacemaker - Wilfred Bigelow
paint roller - Norman Breakey (1940)
panoramic camera - John Connon (1887)
Phi (position homing indicator for aircraft)
Pictionary - Rob Angel (1986)
pizza pizza telephone computer delivery services
portable high chair
Puzz-3D
(A) Question of Scruples - Robert Simpson (1984)
radar profile recorder - NRC (1947)
radio compass
retractable beer carton handle (Tuck-away-handle Beer Carton) - Steve Pasjac (1957)
rollerskate



screw propeller
ski-binding
snowblower - Arthur Sicard (1927)
snowmobile - Joseph-Armand Bombardier (1937)
snowplow (rotary) - invented by J.W. Elliot (1869), first built by Leslie Brothers (1883)
steam foghorn
standard time - Sir Sanford Fleming (1879)
Stanley Cup - (Canada's Governor-General) Lord Stanley of Preston (1893)
Stol aircraft - de Havilland Canada (1948)
submarine telegraph cable
Superman - Joe Shuster and Jerome Siegel (1938)
table hockey - Donald Munro (1930s)
telephone - Alexander Graham Bell (1874)
Trivial Pursuit - Chris Haney, John Haney and Scott Abbott (1982)



variable Pitch Propeller - Wallace Rupert Turnbull (1918)
Walkie-Talkie - Donald L. Hings (1942)
washing machine
wirephoto - Sir William Stephenson (1921)
Yachtzee
zipper - Gideon Sundback (1913)

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pour faire une poutine, esti!

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Originally posted by dr torpedo

... But that still doesn't answer my question...why do you put gravy on french fries?
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so that when you transfer the leftover poutine from the aluminum foil container (that it usually comes in when you order it to go) to a plate (that you are about to toss in the microwave for your breakfast the morning after) you can do so in one movement.

enjoy! :D
 
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