Sunday, October 11, 2009

Vegas for Guys

New York New York Casino
We've been talking about everything in Vegas there is for the girls to do, we thought it was time to get the guys point of view on Vegas. This is from our best single, straight guy friend, who went to Vegas this past summer. We promised not to reveal his name.

Where did you stay in Vegas?
I stayed at the New York, New York. It was a change of pace because I've only stayed off-the-strip at the Rio previously.

What did you like and dislike about your hotel? Would you recommend it?
It was cheap and on the strip. I didn't like the crowds and Disneyland-factor to it.

How many guys were in your group?

Where did you eat? Any recos?
It was either cheap pizza or super expensive Japanese. I don't remember the names.

Did you spend a lot of time gambling?
Yes! About 2-3 hours per day at the roulette wheel.

Are you open to flirting while playing roultette/black jack, etc?
Only if I'm already winning and not focused on winning. But then again, I am a guy. The right girl can break my concentration.

What did you do during the day?
Gambled and went to pool parties - MGM Grand.

What were your favorite clubs?
Club XS at Encore was hands down the best club on earth.
Club XS encore

Let’s talk girls: How risqué do you like to see a woman dress? Can her outfit ever be too revealing?
Moderately risque if she has good body. If she's out of shape please wear a burka. (JSG Note: Kill him. We're just the messenger.)

Do you like for women to approach you? Or would you prefer to make the advances?
Women making the approach is a nice change-of-pace. I do enjoy the hunt, though.

What could a woman do in Vegas that would turn you off?
Get sloppy drink, talk about her boyfriend back home, or steal my wallet.


Anonymous said...

"JSG Note: Kill him. We're just the messenger."

Actually, you're not just the messenger. You're the editor. The messenger has no control; she's directed by her superior -- the king, in the origin of the story -- to deliver the message. She has no control over the content of the message or whether or not to deliver it. You, on the other hand, have no superior. You're in charge. You decide whether the message is worth delivering, whether it's worth being relayed to your audience. You decide whether this jerk's message should rot in obscurity, or whether it should be broadcast to the world.

You have power here. Use it.

The Jet Set Girls said...

As the editor, we asked our friend to share his opinion and chose to deliver it unedited, as the purpose of this post was to share the unfettered guy's point of view. While we don't agree with it, we decided it was worth delivering as such.

Thanks for reading--especially so early on a Sunday morning!

Anonymous said...

Just because you don't want to hear something doesn't mean it's not true. I personally wish more men would be this honest.

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