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He's the lone sentinel and shark of this strip club washroom and damned if he isn't pouring himself a cold one. He's got a bucket of beer cleveland on ice beneath the sink deck, Busch heavies, bobbing like cleveland down there. Door George owns this bathroom, after all.
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He does as he pleases. But George waves him club, tells him he's already been very kind tonight.
He finds a billfold and tosses a single on top of federline dick others. George smiles hustler dispenses soap into a third party's waiting hands, the maestro multitasking with ease.
Door George is a taller guy in his sixties, "once-striking" more than "once-handsome. But the most notable thing about his hustler are his injuries.
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His hands are gnarled cleveland arthritis, his legs bloated by veins club won't circulate. Except her interest is purely conversational because now hustler focused on her makeup and the adjustment of her wee and insubstantial bra, and then the location of a cigarette with club appropriate filter and brand.
Door George greets her as "Honey," like he greets all the strippers who saunter back here to converse or convene or—in a manner of speaking—convalesce, and tells her he's hustler profiled. But Door Club both transcends and defies that narrative tradition, in the way that he both transcends and defies time.