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Scarlett Johansson’s Birthday Lapdance

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bill-swift - July 27, 2006

So, what did you do for your 21st birthday? Honestly, I don't even remember what I did. No, I wasn't drunk out of my mind, it just wasn't very memorable. On the other hand, Scarlett Johansson's 21st birthday will always be one that I remember. Why? Well, for starters, she spent it at a strip club, and, oh yeah, there was that lapdance. Yup, Scarlett Johansson got a lapdance for her birthday, and she told David Letterman and the world last night on The Late Show, reports Showbuzz.

"When I was 20 we went to Disneyland, but this year my brother wanted to go to a strip club, so we went there," she said.




Somebody in the party ordered a lap dance for Johansson, and although she was hesitant at first, she decided to be a good sport and accept the "gift."




She admitted that she felt awkward during the experience, because she hasn't mastered the fine art of conversation with a stripper.




"I never know what to say," Johansson said, "so I ask questions like, 'Are you in school?' [or] 'Is Candy your real name?'"




"I had this very tall girl ... she was Amazonian. She was, like, this tall really, really skinny girl," said Johansson. "She was quite manic and strange."




"So she's kind of gyrating into me," she continued, "[but] she was so thin that her pelvic or hip bone or some kind of bone bruised me. It was horrible!"

Alright, so maybe it wasn't the sexiest lapdance in the world, but any lapdance involving Scarlett Johansson gets bonus points. And remember, if you're ever feeling down, or depressed, all you have to say to yourself is "Scarlett Johansson Lapdance... Scarlett Johansson lapdance..." and all your troubles will miraculously disappear.

Of course if that doesn't work, you can always just focus on these great pictures of Scarlett Johansson from the premiere of Scoop. And if these few aren't enough, there's lots more after the jump.



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