Friday, January 20, 2017

Couple's Flash Report! Twistingly Returns to 15th Ave. Adult Theater in Chicago for a Matinee (w/4 PICS)

Doc here, a man who some say feels most comfortable while wearing a fez, with a dynamite Couple's Flash Report from my good friend Twistingly

In this report, Twistingly visited 15th Ave. Adult Theater in Chicago on a recent afternoon, accompanied by Journal contributor Raygun

One of the things I love about Twistingly's reports is her ability to take you (the good reader of The Journal) and have you experience her visit.  This is no black and white play-by-play kids. This is an experience that she is giving us access to. 

Sit back, pop open a Fresca (Hi Gemini!), and do a deep dive on this report (and new pics of Twistingly).

Here we go...



We arrived at 15th Ave. and parked in back. Although we had talked about it, I was still a little nervous about going inside. I was hoping not to be noticed, but knew there was little chance of that. Raygun knew it too and suggested we sit and wait for another couple to arrive before going in. That would give us someone to watch and take some of the attention away from us. Fortunately, another couple arrived almost immediately. We waited a few minutes and then followed them inside.
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We stepped up to the counter ready to pay only to find that couples were free all week. Bonus! I tried to bee-line it into the safe, dark theater, but RG, who was holding my hand, tugged me in the opposite direction. He wanted to look around first to see who was there and where the other couple had gone. We headed away from the theater towards the back, past the video booths and the vending machines, and into the spa.

We found them at the back of the spa on the stepped seating by the TV. They were chatting with 4-6 guys who had gathered around them. They were a reasonably attractive couple, in a Midwest way. Both wore jeans, sneakers, and sweatshirts. Everyone seemed surprised to see another couple. I don't recall specifically what anyone said, but there was a comment about me being a "real girl." "Oh, she's real," RG said.

It didn't seem like they'd be quick to action, so RG asked if I wanted to go to the theater. He positioned us dead center in the "couples only" seating area. I started to relax as we chatted quietly. He said he'd never been there as a couple and seemed excited by the idea of this new experience.