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    Default Massage Parlour, Thomas Street

    What was the name of the wanking parlour beside mannings bakery on thomas street????????
    Fuck me that was one busy place!!!!

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    Default Thomas street . . .

    The one down the short dingy lane ?
    Cant remember either, I do remember all the street stall dealers been asked by lost punters for directions !

    My favorite back in the old days was Candem Court, with the en suit showers in the massage rooms, and the pictures of the movie "Pretty Woman" on the walls.
    A man s mission in life is to spread his seed with as many women as possible, for as long as possible, in any position possible . . . .

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    Ay, and does anyone recall Lotus off a small lane past Burlo hotel??
    Sometimes you wouldn't be offered a ride just a messy handjob....nothing wrong with that though.....

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    Default Palm Beach Health Studio

    no 2 canden court
    best massage parlour in dublin
    spent a fortune in there!!!!

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    Default aungiers street

    there use to be one there that the madam tha was killed by her son use to own

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    Any operating today?

    Quote Originally Posted by mrsbrown View Post
    no 2 canden court
    best massage parlour in dublin
    spent a fortune in there!!!!

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    Smile Massage Parlours

    Hi,
    Does anyone remember the "Advantage", Eustace St., it was owned by a Malteese girl called "Cher" who had a place up on Rathmines Rd confiscated by CAB about ten years ago.
    Also the "Acorn" in Temple Bar, the Atlantic in Thomas Street up over the ESB offices and then there was another one in Suffolk St.,
    Mary St., and Jervis Lane had a few over the years as indeed had Dorset st.,
    Don't forget the Kasbah on Mountjoy Square...one of those girls wrote a great book about the whole scene at that time.
    Those were the good old days but all that was on offer as extras were full strip and hand jobs. These girls started the massage with a towel over our privates and then worked their way up and down the legs until we showed a horn and the big question came next "Want any extras, hun".
    Ah! the days of In Dublin and the "Sauna and Massage" page torn from the Yellow pages, public phone boxes and an uncertainity of what was on offer.
    Good Old Days?????...................thank God for the Internet, Appartments and Foreign Girls................................and the Celtic Tiger.
    Cheers
    Magicman

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    The Massage Parlour down the lane off Thomas St was called the Arches if memory serves me correctly.
    Cheers
    Magicman

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