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Friday, March 21, 2008

It Was an Emotional Moment for Everyone When She Got Down to Her G-String

Nothing says a long life, well-lived, like a stripper at a funeral:

A Taiwanese man hired an erotic dancer to perform at his 103-year-old father’s funeral.

The stripper danced in front of Cai Jinlai’s coffin for more than ten minutes at the funeral in Taizhong town. Son, Cai Ruigong, paid her more than £80 to dance in memory of his late father.

Cai Ruigong says he promised his father a stripper for his funeral if he lived beyond the age of 100. Cai Jinlai passed away at the age of 103 after a three mile walk into town to vote. He was the oldest person in his village and had more than 100 descendants. His son said his father was famous locally for his interest in strip clubs: “He would travel around the island with his friends to see these shows,” he added.

The above image accompanied the story, but I'm not sure it has anything to do the late Mr. Jinlai.

I'm guessing the father gave warm, timeless advice to his son like: "Never pay more than $20 for a lapdance,” “When you go, always wear loose-fitting khakis” and “Never tip the same dancer twice in a row; always make them compete for your attention.”

Hey, that's what my dad taught me. Ah, fond memories ...

Read the whole thing here.

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