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Any grand plans for the first weekend of June? A relaxing trip to the beach? Maybe a day out on a boat? How about a Nudist Expo in Vegas? Yep, that sounds about right. On June 1st and 2nd, Las Vegas is inviting people from all over the world to attend the Nudist Clubhouse Nudist Expo. Here you can browse from booth to booth collecting information on the best nudist destinations across the globe. Clothes are required for the expo, but no worries, you can strip down for the barbeque that follows.
How do you feel about nudism? Am I crazy for saying I might be down to try something like this? I mean if everyone’s naked then it’s not weird to be naked. Right? And it must be awfully refreshing to stroll around without worrying about whether or not your shoes work with your outfit or if the shirt you’re wearing is too tight. Yea, I’d probably try a nude vacation once in my life on one condition: no pictures.
Posted by Kate H.
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You know that feeling when you wake up around noon after a long night of drinking — pounding headache, vicious nausea, full body aches — and all you want to do is curl up in a ball and never, ever move? It may be the most miserable feeling you’ve ever felt. Well, there may be a cure…if you’re in Vegas, that is.
A Duke-educated anesthesiologist, Dr. James Burke (aka your savior) noticed that many of the symptoms post-surgery patients faced were the same as ravers and club-goers…so he took that fancy education and decided to go rogue, making the lives of Vegas partiers a little easier.
Enter Hangover Heaven, a tour bus that drives around Las Vegas injecting people with IV medications to cure all of the miserable consequences of your wild night out. A little anti-nausea medication, and some vitamins — all injected straight into the blood stream — are guaranteed to get you back to 100% in 45 minutes. Or, for those Vegas VIPS, Hangover Heaven will send a “real” doctor (which makes me wonder who’s administering the IV on the bus?!) to your hotel room to administer two bags of IV fluids. Either way, sounds pretty great to me.
Sounds like what happens in Vegas really does stay in Vegas…especially when it’s a hangover!
Posted by Kate