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Celebrate Halloween Tonight With Thick Thursdays' Freaky 190-Pound Strippers

Calling all creepy motherfuckers!

Slather your bad selves in fake blood, slip into your best pimp, ho, or Count Blacula costume, and hustle down to Night of a Thousand Freaks, a special Halloween edition of Club Sandals' monthly Thick Thursdays throwdown.

Usually, this lil' get-together is "a 100% plus size singles lifestyle party" that's all about "the finest BBWs in the universe" and "the real men who admire [them]." But tonight, shit's gettin' extra freaky with a Halloween Pole Party and a big birthday bash for Thick Thursdays mastermind MF Cornbread.

There's gonna be a "grand prize 4 the freakiest outfit (mask or costume)," Cornbread tells us -- not to mention "2-4-1 suppa strong drinks all night," and Durty Dank doing his ass-shakin' smash single "She's Bad."

But since the party's tagline is "The freaks come out at night!," you can also expect strippers. "The thick 'n' sexy ladies," Cornbread says, "of our sister club Amazonz, the only big and sexy adult gentlemen's club in South Florida!"

So go get your Halloween creep on with ATL's Juccie 4 The Taken, Georgia girl Sinnabunnz, NOLA mamma Suppa Donk, Mississippi's Suppa Nova, Miami's own Strawberry Kush, "and many more big fine ladies making that ass bounce 4 ya."

Oh, and Thick Thursday is hiring too. But like Cornbread says, "Dancers must be 190 pounds or bigger! Big booties, big hips, and big phat juicy thighs ... Oh my! We got it all here. It's Thick Thursdays! Ya heard me!"

Thick Thursdays presents Night of a Thousand Freaks. Thursday, October 20. Club Sandals, 1060 NE 79th St., Miami. Admission costs $15 for ladies and $20 for men. Call 786-728-6702 or visit

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