Casino Night

Discussion in 'Temptation Cancun Forum' started by Ron_Lara, Dec 21, 2008.

  1. Ron_Lara

    Ron_Lara Enthusiast Registered Member

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    1st timers here. Were wondering how do ppl actually dress for the casino night? Just wondering if the wife shows up with sheer lingerie will everyone else have on more conservative attire?
    Well be there from 1-8 thru 1-12. Ron & Lara
     
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    We're wondering the same thing! How about the guys? Would I be totally out of place in silky boxers or what do guys wear? I'm curious and appreciate any and all answers.

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    Maybe there are some pictures out there people can share to illustrate. Sheer and silk work though!
     
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    Found our answers! If you switch to the other forum "chatters" there is several pages of comments specifically about this topic. From what Im reading there are some VERY see-thru outfits ect but there are also single guys that show up fully clothed. I think you should have to play to participate. Not saying see-thru should be required but no street clothes allowed. But thats just me :)
     
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    I have been to other resorts where you had to have some sort of sleep wear to get in to pj nt. activities. An AC was at the door to make sure the rule was followed. It made for a more comfortable atmosphere. I also think that cameras should be banned for that event. The first 2 yrs that we went it was in the old Nice Shoes with arena seating. The people who just sat there with their cameras and their drool cups made my wife very uncomfortable. I know,,, I'm ranting...... I just think that there are a lot of people who would be happy to join in if they didn't have to be concerned about the gawkers.
     
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    I'm all for pictures! :lol:
    If anyone has any they feel comfortable posting, go for it. Or if you have any that you feel comfortable sharing through PM, also go for it.

    Before anyone comments, I'm not looking to get pics because I'm a "perv", I want to get an idea of what is worn and I'm a visual type of person. I'd also like to be able to show my better half so she can see what is worn.

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    I started another topic concerning this, Dress code - enforced or not? I'm trying to see what everyone thinks.

    Here it is:
    Here's a thought - looking for comments:

    Based upon what I've read the dress code seems to be enforced for men as far as long pants in the restaurants. I'm assuming that applies to lunch too, so I have to go change for lunch? :roll:
    From the Temptations website:
    The above 4 restaurants are air-conditioned.
    Dress code: no shorts, no t-shirts, no jeans and no sandals

    So if the dress code is enforced for the restaurants, why does it seem that the dress code is NOT enforced for the PJs and lingerie Casino night? Again, from the website:
    Thursday “Pj’s & lingerie Casino” (Dress code: Pj’s & lingerie) Play just for fun at the casino wearing the sexiest lingerie and favorite pajama!

    Isn't a "DRESS CODE", a dress code and shouldn't they all be enforced if one is to be enforced? :lol: This would certainly get rid of the people who don't choose to participate and are being a little voyeuristic (I realize that this doesn't necessarily apply to everyone who isn't "dressed").

    Just curious as to what everyone else thinks. Interested in reading all replies. How would someone go about letting the resort know what we all think about this?

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    Here are a few samples... You'll see there are some very nice outfits.. and some not dressed at all..

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