From wild to wanton, these crazy stories about what happens in Vegas will have you packing your bags for a trip to Sin City. These tawdry tales may sound unbelievable, but we promise the stories are true enough...
Ask your cabby what’s the wildest thing he’s seen--we did, and the first story on Vegas Confessions 1 is straight from the cabby’s mouth. Lady in Red was actually in plaid and she told us this story over dinner at The Venetian one night. Naming Ceremony cemented a years-long relationship between now good friends.
So find out what really happens in Vegas when you listen to Vegas Confessions.
Vegas Confessions 1:
Cab Ride — Amanda really needs a ride but instead she gets the ride of her life--first on the hood of the cab, then in the back seat, and finally back at her hotel.
Roller Coaster Ride — Fancy running into the love of your life on top of the Stratosphere; then imagine the ride you’ll be taken on later at the club.
Bright Light City - Elvis may have died fat and worn out but women still threw their underwear at him. Hear what happens to a hot young Elvis impersonator at the latest convention.
Naming Ceremony — Two couples meet and have a crazy, fun adventure together involving more than one strip club and more than one cab driver.
Lady in Red — Her panties magically disappear even before she is called up on stage. Her dress disappears soon after.
Old Man's Treasure — A bachelorette wants confirmation that the pretty box she’s about to give her new husband will keep him happy for many years.
Up A Thousand — What’s a guy to do when he suddenly finds himself flush with winnings in Vegas? More than one girl is happy to help him spend that money.
Washed Away — After her divorce leaves a nasty taste in her mouth, lady lucky looks for help cleansing her palate and rebuilding her life. She finds it with three very constructive men.
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