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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Signs - The Lusty Lady


The Lusty Lady, a strip club and peep show, was established in the 1970's. It is located in downtown Seattle, across from the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). The club is well known in the area for it's ever changing, tongue-in-cheek marquees.

We toured the Seattle Art Museum a couple of years ago, and I snapped this photo of the marquee.

The Lusty Lady closed its doors in June 2010.

Apparently the economy was sagging more than the ladies' breasts.

For more signs visit Lesley here.

20 comments:

David Allen Waters said...

How funny....you really crack me up :)

Elettra said...

Fortunately, there are photographs that remind the shops that have closed!!

Eva Gallant said...

Another one bites the dust!

EG Wow said...

Tee hee!

RedPat said...

Funny - too bad it is gone!

labbie1 said...

LOL So funny!

labbie1 said...

Oh, and how long did you really enjoy living in your 5th wheel? We have been doing it for 2 years now. I have to admit that I am itching to move, but the parents still have needs here...

kisatrtle said...

Always making me smile...thanks

Lesley said...

Maybe someone kept a photo log of their signs and could add them to the SAM?!

Brian Miller said...

haha...well those may be some enticing titles...to some...smiles.

Gail said...

The ecomomy is really bad if it's sagging more than my boobs!

Kim, USA said...

Hahaha omg, you make me laugh!! ^_^

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otin said...

sometimes I see a movie title and a porn title just pops into my brain....for instance, I heard the Hairy Twatter was a good flick! hahaha

IWASNTBLOGGEDYESTERDAY said...

so funny, what a shame it's gone.

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

LOL! too funny!

Genie said...

Every time we go out to Seattle to see my son and his family the first place we go it to that art museum. It has to be one of my all time favorites. Just the right size. But NEVER did I see this funky little strip joint across the street. Maybe I was always too busy looking at that huge sculpture. Love your shots. They have put a grin on my face tonight. Genie

Francisca said...
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Francisca said...

Delightful... there's not enough fun silly humor out there anymore. This old marquee put the smile I need on my face to continue packing for our house move... (pity it's gone)

Andy said...

Too bad the place closed. The signs looked like they presented a bit of humor in tough times.

Rae said...

I bet the walls in that building could tell a story or two if they could talk. Funny sign.