Well the festive season is over and it's back to the regular everyday stuff of life. That means Truth or Dare Tuesday is back...yay. I realize for my followers in Australia It's already halfway through Tuesday but give a woman a break, it's over 40 degrees out there today. For my American friends that well on it's way to 109 degrees in Fahrenheit. Yep It's scorching.
Anyway, enough about how hot I am :)
Today we have our first dare...yay. Unfortunately it's me doing the dare so please don't be disappointed. Let me explain how this came about.
I know an extraordinary woman by the name of Shan Watts. She is not only a good friend but owner of an inspirational website - creating connections. At the end of 2012 Shan interviewed me and while discussing my blog, Truth or Dare in particular, the sneaky woman challenged me to do one of my dares. So I said sure, why not.
You see I had a plan. My challenge was to do an impromptu pole dance in a public place and over Christmas I had a few parties to go to and decided it would be easy to pole dance in front of some kinky friends take a pic and then - fait accompli - dare completed. you know the saying abut the best laid plans, well that applied to the dare. At the party there we NO POLES I could use, not even on the porch or outdoor area. I had to go to plan B, which of course I didn't have. Luckily for all of you another opportunity arose.
My good friend, I call her S asked me to go with her and her biker hubby to the 34th Annual Bikers Christmas Toy Run. Oh yes...I did. At the largest and longest running Biker event in Newcastle, Australia, I did my pole dance. I would be lying if I said I wasn't nervous, in fact nervous probably doesn't describe it. I had fun at the event, contemplated my options, checked out some hot looking tattoo covered leather wearing hunks and then decided it was now or never. So dressed appropriately in my Little Miss Naughty T-shirt, black skirt fishnet stocking and black boots (low heels so I didn't fall over) I found a friendly looking light post. I must say at this point, thank you to the lovely leather clad gentleman who parked his bike near a vacant pole so I could have a photographic backdrop :)
S armed herself with the camera and I began. I can't put most of the pictures on here because they are of me laughing hysterically while trying to wrap my legs around around a rather ample post (don't be rude). I drew a small amount of attention, mostly just odd stares, a few whistles and comments I can't repeat. There was one fellow who rod past along the path and stated in a very stern voice "that's enough of that behavior young lady."
I was pleased he thought I was young :)
So, here it is. Proof of the first dare on Truth or Dare Tuesday, me pole dancing at the 34th Annual Bikers Toy run in Newcastle, NSW. Oh and I need to think up a really good pay back dare for my friend Shan...any suggestions?