They say that’s the only way Dykstra* will learn that in our society, you can’t rip toilets and other bathroom fixtures out of the floors of foreclosed houses and sell them to a pawn shops, or bounce checks to hookers, or drop trou for the cleaning staff just because you feel like it. Read more »
He’d keep it conservative at the office but come ladies’ night you’d better believe he’d be working what his momma gave him. Read more »
What would posses a person to do an as-told-to article about the fact that after “failing miserably” at trying to pick up women in bars while working late for a “big name investment bank in New York,” he turned to a “sugar daddy dating site” to cheat on his wife with hookers, only to fall for one who ultimately broke his heart, because, wait for it, she was a prostitute and didn’t actually care about him? The answer, quite obviously, is love. Love, and a hope that a certain someone will see your story and upon reading that you’re completely and totally over her and currently beating off call girls with a stick, COME RUNNING BACK. Read more »
Except for double-teaming clients, which was huge. Read more »
If you’ve got a regular thing going with a hooker in Greenwich, please note she may be lying low for a while. Perhaps somewhat more urgently, if you have a scheduled meeting for this week, you ought to consider backing out now as that hooker is a cop and you’re about to get nailed. Read more »
The following excerpt is from The Asylum: The Renegades Who Hijacked The World’s Oil Market, a new book by reporter Leah McGrath Goodman.
The board’s first trip to Dubai did not go smoothy. After meetings with city officials and the DDIA executives, the Nymex directors were looking forward to a night out on the town. They were told that alcohol was hard to come by in a Muslim city, but they’d also been informed Dubai had an impressive selection of exotic prostitutes. “You know what the pecking order is for prostitutes in Dubai? Arab women are the most expensive, followed by the European and American women, then Asians, then Latinas, then, well pretty much everyone else,” says the Nymex straffer who was asked by the board to look into the rates of sex workers for the night (the exchange’s budget, after all, did have a line item for “board entertainment”).
About eighteen of the twenty board members on the trip, according the staffer, wanted to go to the local brothels. “We were staying at the Emirates Towers. When I got back to the hotel that night, a board member was coming in who had two girls with him. At the hotel, you can sign in one hooker, but you have to pay a fee of $100. You can’t sign in two hookers because apparently that would be un-Islamic. The board member wanted me to sign the second girl under my name, because I didn’t have anyone with me. I didn’t want a prostitute under my name, so I wrote another board member’s name instead, and also his rom number. Then I went to bed. Hours later, I get a panicked call from the front desk. They’re telling me to come down, there’s been a big problem.” Read more »
According to a new study, prostitutes are “flocking” to Facebook to peddle their services in record numbers, with an estimated 83 percent of working girls using the website to reel in clients and projections that by the end of 2011 Facebook will be “the leading online recruitment space” (for those looking to pay to lay). Still, for every, “Molly Ravish,” who says she charges $200 “for an hour of passion, including deep french kissing and oral sex,” and suggests potential customers remember her name because they’ll be “screaming it later,” or Fordham student “Beva Langoria,” who describes herself as an independent escort, or an NYPD spokesman who shrugs and says “everybody is using the internet,” there’s a hooker saying no way, no how. Now that Goldman Sachs has a vested interest in getting as many Facebook users signed up as possible, in addition to making it the premier destination for everything from catching up with old friends to buying ass, will they help change some minds? Read more »
Late last month, via a video confessional shot in her bedroom, a hooker named Monica Foster accused Lenny Dykstra of ruining Christmas. According to Foster, Nails did so by paying her for services rendered with a bad check, leaving her bank account in the negative, meaning no funds for presents. Today Nails has vehemently denied the allegation. Did he claim it was impossible for a man of his net worth (LD has said he emerged from bankruptcy with $150 million to his name, in addition to owning a business is worth at least a billion)? No. He went with something that makes much more sense. Read more »