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A man on craigslist.com is looking for two Super Bowl tickets... and in turn, he would like to offer you lifetime access to nude Wisconsin girls:

I will be willing to trade a lifetime membership to my stripclub in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin for 2 tix to the superbowl...need to know quickly...membership is worth $1,000 per year

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A little googling reveals a charming place called the "Sugar Shack," located in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. I can't be sure that this is the place referenced in the ad, but ... how many strip clubs can there possibly be in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin?

Is it a good deal? Depends on how you look at it. It's probably a pretty classy place ... I mean, just look at the jacket. That's the kind of thing you can proudly wear on a cattle-herding adventure with Billy Crystal. And I don't know if it's really worth $1,000 a year, but to be guaranteed to be in the vicinity of young beaver, through your seventies and eighties ... well, some things you just can't put a price on.

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To be honest, I didn't even know that strip clubs had membership fees. That just seems a little bit too much like a country club to me. How does that work? You pay a monthly fee, and it just gets you in the building? Does it come with any sort of guaranteed amount of crotch in your face?

This Dirtbag Really Wants Super Bowl Tickets [NFL FanHouse]
will trade lifetime gold VIP membership... [craigslist]
Welcome to the Sugar Shack - Lake Geneva's Premier Adult Club [Sugar Shack]

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UPDATE: Time out, time out ... Check out the "membership" page here at the Sugar Shack website. Details are available on the "gold V.I.P. membership," which "entitles you to bring yourself and up to five of your guests to the club at any time free of charge. This is a lifetime Membership and can be purchased for only $100.00."

$100.00. Even if, by some chance, it's not the same place referenced on craigslist ... this does not sound like tremendous value for two Super Bowl tickets.

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