This is a discussion on Strip Poker Story within the online poker forums, in the Live Poker section; It was a few years ago now, and me and some very fit girls decided to play strip poker. We were very drunk and i
It was a few years ago now, and me and some very fit girls decided to play strip poker. We were very drunk and i was down to the last hand and we were all practically naked and i heard footsteps and my mum walked in. ... very embarrasing
Who has actually played strip poker at any time in their lives? What was the backstory?
I count myself in the proud group that has played the game. I was a teen (of course) a long, long time ago. It was a warm, lazy, hazy summer day and we played in a tent in one our backyards.
My memory of my youth is generally spotty, but some things never fade. Without giving too much away about my age - guys back then wore bell bottoms; girls wore mini-skirts; pop stars were clean cut and wore their Sunday best when performing; the radio stations censored a particular word in a popular Rolling Stones song; phones would not fit in your back pocket and were only used to "talk" to people.
Who has actually played strip poker at any time in their lives? ...
Never played it, but this forum thread made me think of this scene from Two and a Half Men. Granted, I barely ever watch the show after Charlie Sheen left. I've always thought Ashton Kutcher was a talented actor, but his character role in this show just doesn't make sense to me - Charlie Sheen make sense plot-wise. (For example, why would a rich "billionaire?" buy a small Malibu beach house and not kick out Alan? It makes sense for an overpaid jingle writer who is Alan's brother - but yeah: nothing against Kutcher: just his character role doesn't add up for me).