Toilet Paper And Strippers: Drive-Thru Strip Clubs Are Now A Thing

The coronavirus has finally birthed the kind of innovation T-Pain and 2 Chainz would approve of: drive-thru strip clubs. Just in time for the domestic travel boom, several “strip-thrus” have popped up throughout the United States. And these “strip-thrus” are exactly what they sound like: places where women dance onstage in next-to-nothing as single file Camrys and Priuses coast pass.

Venues in Portland and Virginia are branding themselves as for-the-people establishments by pairing twerking alongside community services. Lucky Devil in Portland offers one free roll of toilet paper to its first 50 customers and has a drive-thru food menu. โ€œYou pull in and you get one or two songs with the gogos, then we bring your food out to you and then you go on your way,โ€ explained Lucky Devil Lounge owner Shon Boulden in a video circulating online. โ€œWeโ€™re continuing to keep our kitchen guys working, all of our bartenders, all of our dancers,โ€ he added.ย In Virginia Beach, an outdoor strip-thru ends with a car wash. Of course, excessive tipping is encouraged.

It’s only a matter of time until more strip-thrus pop-up throughout the USA. And with millions of Americans sticking to domestic travel vacations this summer, more innovation like strip-thrus could be in high demand. Theย San Antonio Zoo’sย new drive-thru experience sold out so quick last week that management added dates throughout May. In Milwaukee, a brewery transformed an oldย bank window into a beer drive-thru. And in Midland, Texas, residents can knockout their weekly farmer’s market purchases from the comfort of their car.

There could also be a return to nostalgia for many as drive-in theaters make a return. Whether road tripping for strippers or cheetahs, people will travel again. It’s just going to be a little weird when we do.

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