December 12, 2018 08:59pm
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: B. J. McNaughty
Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This column will be about only one feature entertainer, but what a unique and interesting entertainer she is. Now hopefully the readers will be curious enough to read on and learn the details. So, why not get started without any further ado?
B. J. McNaughty
Saturday, October 27, I drove down to Deja Vu Showgirls, in San Diego, to spend a little time with B. J. McNaughty and to observe both of her shows of the evening.
When I got there, I found B. J. wandering around the club wearing her pedobear suit and speaking with the customers and selling lap dances. With the bear suit, B.J. had a small white with black trim catering style truck made of cardboard around her waist. On one side of the truck, black letters spelled out, "BJ's Mobile." On the other side were the words, "Free Candy," spelled with pink letters.
At the start of her first show, and in the spirit of the Halloween season, B. J. walked onto the stage wearing an evil clown mask. (I think the mask might have been a copy of a mask worn by a villain in a horror movie.) B. J. also wore a, "Blood stained," white apron. In addition to the mask and apron, B. J. wore a red bikini bra that was decorated with sequins. Next, she wore a pair of black short-shorts. Beneath her shorts, B. J. wore a pair of red, G-string-like, thong panties that, like her bra, were decorated with sequins. On her legs, B. J. wore a pair of multi-colored, somewhat above knee-length, stockings. The stockings were covered with various shades of red, yellow, blue, and green horizontal stripes. B. J.'s footwear was a pair of high-topped tennis shoes that were covered with silver glitter.
B. J. performed this show to, "It Theme (From Stephen King's It)," by TV Theme Tune Factory, "Something Wicked (That Way Went)," by Vernian Process, "Boogie Woogie Wu," by Insane Clown Posse, "Get Ur Freak On," by Missy Elliott, "My Prerogative," by Bobby Brown, and, "Freak-A-Leek," by Petey Pablo.
At the beginning of her final show, B. J. came onto the stage wearing an illuminated, "Scream," mask and a black overcoat. (The mask was a copy of the mask worn by the crazed killer in the, "Scream," movies. [I believe there were at least three of the movies. There was also at least one movie that parodied the, "Scream," movies.] The mask apparently had some little green lights inside of it, because it would light up with a green light at intermittent intervals.) Beneath the overcoat, B. J. wore a red bra that was decorated with sequins and had black shoulder straps. She next wore a black G-string. BJ finished out this costume with the same socks and shoes that she had wore during her first show. (Actually, from what I could see, it seemed that B. J. wore those socks and shoes the entire evening, and that was just fine with me. After all, how many people have ever seen a circus clown change any part of his or her costume ever.)
Near the end of this show, B. J. was joined on stage by a lovely house dancer for duo dancing and some simulated girl/girl fun and games.
During this show, B. J. performed to, "Circus Music," by The Hit Crew, "Somebody's Watching Me," by Rockwell, "I Know What You Did Last Summer," by Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello, "Dangerous Woman," by Ariana Grande, "Bad," by Michael Jackson, and, "Gimme All Your Money," by Thunderf**k.
Both of B. J.'s shows were ended with her unique version of the cooterball game for prizes.
For her version of cooterball, B. J. donned a belt that had a small backboard and basketball hoop in the front. The hoop even had a little white net hanging from it. Little red and blue lights covered the hoop.
Anybody that managed to make a basket with a wadded-up dollar bill won a prize.
It is virtually impossible to describe B. J.'s hair. The reason for that is, by her own admission, it is forever changing. What I will say is that she has hazel eyes. She is five feet six inches tall and weighs one hundred twenty-five pounds.
B. J. did not know exactly what her measurements were, and I have not been able to find anything on the Internet. So, I will just say that B. J. looks good from head to toe.
B. J. is quite friendly, intelligent, and well spoken. And, I should say that the fact that she is the world's only full-time clown feature entertainer should speak volumes about her wonderful sense of humor. She additionally enjoys meeting and speaking with her fans.
If anybody ever gets an opportunity to see B. J. perform and to meet her in person, I would strongly recommend that they take full advantage of said opportunity. I do believe they would have a good time.
B. J. can be found at bjmcnaughty.com She is additionally on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and numerous other places on the Internet.
B. J. and Angel Beau have put their pretty heads together and formed a duo act. Because B. J. is the only full-time clown feature performer, and because Angel is known for including circus style things in her feature performances, the ladies have named their duo act, "The Circus Sisters." And, they have already had several bookings.
I wish to thank DJ Ryan for telling me about Shazam and downloading it to my cell phone for me.
The way Shazam works is that you turn the app on while a song is playing and within a few seconds it will tell you the name of the song and the name of the performing artist, band, or group.
Once I have become accustomed to Shazam and learned how every thing works, it is going to be a great tool for identifying the music feature dancers perform to without having to bother the features and/or the DJs for their help with the task. (Until I become an expert at using Shazam, I believe I will double check with the features and or the DJs to make certain that I didn't miss any songs.)
I also want to thanks Rags for his hospitality. I know Rags from back when I used to see feature performers at Pacers.
This Déjà Vu is a fun, well furnished, club with a very friendly staff and a lovely crew of house dancers and waitresses. I was especially impressed by house dancers Amber, Olive in her very sexy Native American maiden costume, Sweets in her very different Native American maiden costume, and Yoko in her cute, white, angel costume that wasted absolutely no excess material and came complete with a little halo.
That will just about do it for now folks. Let us all meet back here the next time and continue the discussion of beautiful, talented, women. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,