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Source: Adult Industry News

By: Myles Shaffer


Myles Shaffer

Myles’ Weekend Adventures: AVN AEE, Carnal Comedy, Tiny Texie

Bonjour Mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This column will be about a great annual adult entertainment industry convention and a hilarious adult star comedy show. Now hopefully the readers are ready to read on and absorb the details. So, let us get started without any further ado.

AVN Adult Entertainment Expo

After getting a very late start, I drove to Las Vegas, Nevada, Wednesday, January 22. I got to my hotel at 4:15 in the afternoon and checked in. I then went to the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, where I found my way to the pressroom to register and pick up my badge. I then attended the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo from 5 to 7:30PM.

On this day, the people I saw and spoke with that I knew or had at least met before were: James Bartholet, Stacey Daniels formerly known as Angel Marie, Leya Falcon A.K.A. Whorely Quinn, Ana Foxxx, the publisher of GlamorGirl magazine Rich Hansen, Nickey Huntsman, Sunny Lane, Caroline Pierce, Karma RX, Sinn Sage, John Stagliano, Reya Sunshine, Tabby Twigs, and Angela White.

The people I met for the first time on this day were: Elle Brooke, Aria Carson, Gabbie Carter, DD Darling, Denice K, and Tiffany Watson.

Thursday, January 23,

I again ran a little late and didn’t arrive at the convention until about 2:30PM. I stayed until 7:30PM. At that time, I headed over to The Orleans Hotel & Casino for a big bowl of Louisiana Gumbo at Big Al’s Oyster Bar.

So, the people I saw and spoke with on this day that were already known to me were: Adira Allure, Brittany Andrews, Cory Chase, Tia Cyrus, April Flores, Brooke Haven, Joslyn James, Kenna James, Sarah Jessie, Liv Revamped, Ember Snow, Cindy Starfall, and Lisey Sweet.

The new acquaintances I made on this day were: Abby Adams, Kiara Cole, Keira Croft, Scarlett Mae, Violet Myers, Nikole Nash, Annabel Redd, Sierra Slayter, and Meana Wolf.

Carnal Comedy

That Thursday night, I went to Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club to enjoy Rebecca Bardoux’s Carnal Comedy Show.

The show opened right on time with a great Burlesque performance by Kalani Kokonuts.

After Kalani’s dance performance, Evan Stone, who hosted this year’s show, did a comedy routine. Evan’s routine was hilarious as usual.

Following Evan with her own comedic performance was Rebecca Bardoux.

Kate Kennedy took the stage after Rebecca, and she was very funny. (I passed up an opportunity to meet and speak with Kate during the convention Thursday afternoon because she was busy with something. I decided rather than waiting for a little while longer, I would continue on my way and look for somebody I already knew. I searched for Kate all day Friday, but I never saw her again.)

Next came Mario Z playing his guitar and singing a couple of long comical songs. After hearing Mario’s songs, I can only assume that they were his own creations.

Up next was the Magic of Mondre. Monde is a very good and entertaining magician. Among his many tricks is the ability to turn things such as brightly colored scarves into living white Doves.

Ron Jeremy followed Mondre on the stage, and he was so funny as he ever has been.

Rebecca Love and Jasmine Stone ended the show with an interesting and amusing bit.

Before the show started, Rebecca went around handing out index cards to everyone in the audience and instructing them to write down a question about the adult entertainment industry.

When it came time for Rebecca and Jasmine’s appearance on the stage, they took turns reading the questions and providing comical answers and sometimes even having comedic discussions between themselves and sometimes with people in the audience.

Every now and then, one of the ladies would throw a toy bunny rabbit to somebody that they felt had provided an especially good question.

As always, this year’s Carnal Comedy Show was fun to observe and gave the audience a lot of good laughs. I for one can hardly wait for next year’s show!

Friday, January 24

I ran a little late again on this day and arrived around 2PM. (Running late seemed to be a consistent habit this year.)

Anyway, the people I ran into during this day that I knew or had at least met before were: Britney Amber, Alexis Amore, Joanna Angel, Brooklyn Chase, Sophie Dee, Max Hardcore, Emma Hix, Prinzess Felicity Jade, Joslyn James, Penny Pax, Bailey Rayne, Tee Reel, Lucky Starr, Misty Stone, Sarah Vandella, and Kimber Woods.

The people I became acquainted with for the first time on this day were: Viva Athena, Spencer Bradley, Kourtney Chase, Riki Dale, Ava Darling, Jada Kai and Jackie Knight (The reason I am mentioning Jada and Jackie together is because of the fact that when I met them, they were running around the convention floor together meeting and greeting people), and Candace Lux.

Saturday morning, January 25, I checked out of my hotel at 10AM and headed for Bakersfield, California. (Yes, I skipped the last day of the AVN AEE this year.)

Once I got to Bakersfield, I went straight to the Golden Corral Buffet where I played taxidermist and stuffed myself. After eating my fill, I went to check into a motel, sleep for a few hours and then freshen up.

Tiny Texie

When I was ready to go, I went to the Deja Vu Showgirls to say hello to Tiny Texie and to observe both of her shows of the evening.

During her first performance of the evening, Tiny Texie wore a red hat for lack of a better word. This item was trimmed with silver glitter. Tiny Texie next wore a red bra. With the bra, she wore a red G-string. In addition to the red G-string, she wore a black G-string. Tiny Texie’s legs were adorned with a pair of mid-thigh-length black stockings. For footwear, Tiny Texie wore a pair of black high-topped shoes with stiletto heels. The shoes laced up their fronts.

Before this performance started, one of Tiny Texie’s assistants attached a very large piece of red material to one of the brass poles. Several different times during the show, Tiny Texie did some amazing work while hanging from the material in various positions.

Near the end of this performance, Tiny Texie brought a house dancer onto the stage to play with.

Tiny Texie performed this show to, “Forbes,” by Borgore featuring G-Eazy, “Money,” by Cardi B, “Lil Bebe (Remix),” by DaniLeigh featuring Lil Baby, “Blood In The Cut,(Aire Atlantica Remix),” by K.Flay & Aire Atlantica, and, “Blockbuster,” by HeRobust

For her final show of this Northern California Deja Vu Tour, Tiny Texie carried a light saber than may have been longer than she is tall. She also wore a black, hooded, floor-length robe. Beneath her robe, she wore a black halter top with a neck strap. She also wore a black G-string with the halter top. Her footwear was a pair of black shoes with stiletto heels, ankle straps, and straps over her toes.

Tiny Texie started this show by having a light saber duel with one of her assistants who was dressed in a giant teddy bear suit.

During the show, Tiny Texie did some very good pole work.

She ended the show with a lotion bit. The lotion bit ended with the, “Giant teddy bear,” holding a lotion bottle between his legs and squirting lotion all over Tiny Texie as if he were climaxing on her.

During this performance, Tiny Texie danced to, “The Imperial March (From The Empire Strikes Back),” by John Williams, “For The Glory,” by All Good Things, “The Force Theme,” by Far Out, and, “Testify,” by Rage Against The Machine.

This was the third time since last August (2019), that I have met and spent some time with Tiny Texie. I am now more convinced than ever that she is reasonably intelligent, extremely friendly, and she is very well-spoken. (I believe she could carry on an intelligent conversation with just about anybody. I am also convinced that Tiny Texie has a great sense of humor. It also seems obvious that she thoroughly enjoys meeting and conversing with her fans.

Tiny Texie currently has black hair and brown eyes. She stands three feet six inches tall and weighs in at only thirty-eight pounds. Since Tiny Texie is obviously a little person, I can not bring myself to ask her about her measurements. However, I can say that all of her lovely body parts are so proportional as any woman of average height. She is a grown woman. She is just a lot smaller than some, and that does not make her anything other than a great lady.

This wonderful young lady performs so well on a stage as a great number of the other feature entertainers touring the country today. Tiny Texie’s talents, combined with her charm, and her fun-loving personality, rates a high recommendation that no one should ever fail to take full advantage of any opportunity they might get to see her perform and to meet her in person. I am certain that they will find the experience enjoyable and the time well spent.

Tiny Texie can be found at officialtinytexie.com, Instagram.com, Facebok.com, only fans.com/Tiny Texie, and on Twitter.com.

This night, January 25, 2020, was Tiny Texie’s twenty-eighth birthday. After her first show, and after she was set up for her meet and greet, Kira, the manager, and all of the waitresses brought a birthday cake and a bottle of perfume over to Tiny Texie. They then led the entire club in singing Happy Birthday to Tiny Texie.

Okay folks, that is enough for now. We should all meet back here the next time to continue the discussion of good times and beautiful women. Until then, everybody please stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!

Bonsoir et au revoir,

Myles Shaffer

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