New park offers X-rated views of NYC hotel guests

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“Infinitely Interesting”

Since: Jan 09

Kalamazoo, MI

#1 Aug 26, 2009
Poor peeping toms... those hotel guests are taking all the fun and adventure of spying on people away!

“youbeateverythin g youknowthat ”

Since: Apr 07

Buffalo, NY

#2 Aug 26, 2009
I'll be moving to the park, and that's the neked truth..

“So, what's the speed of dark??”

Since: Mar 08

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#3 Aug 26, 2009
Schnozzy wrote:
Poor peeping toms... those hotel guests are taking all the fun and adventure of spying on people away!
Yea, a guy could break his neck tryiong to climb up to the 5th floor to peek in the window.... Now all I need is some high power binoculars.... what is that number to Cabela's LMAO
TheOnlySaneOneIn TheRoom

Linden, NJ

#4 Aug 26, 2009
"The hotel won an award from the Municipal Arts Society of New York for best new building erected last year."

Talk about a double entendre

“Never more clever than God.”

Since: Dec 08

Nunyo, USA

#5 Aug 26, 2009
"best new building erected last year."

Well that's not all that's being erected around here!!!

“1943-2013”

Since: Apr 07

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#6 Aug 26, 2009
If'n I had my druthers I'd be doin it ,instead of peepin to see someone else doin it...

and besides

I aint gonna freeze my balls off trying to see somethin once winter sets in.
Jason Lee

Mount Prospect, IL

#7 Aug 26, 2009
I once stayed at a skyscraper in Chicago and for some reason many many of the people in the skyscraper next-door were in the habit of walking naked around their condos with the lights on and the curtains drawn.

I guess they were thinking "who's gonna see me way up here?" Ummm - howabout the folks in the skyscraper next door?

Unfortunately I never saw any boinking, but I did see an inordinant number of naked people.

“So, what's the speed of dark??”

Since: Mar 08

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#8 Aug 26, 2009
Jason Lee wrote:
I once stayed at a skyscraper in Chicago and for some reason many many of the people in the skyscraper next-door were in the habit of walking naked around their condos with the lights on and the curtains drawn.
I guess they were thinking "who's gonna see me way up here?" Ummm - howabout the folks in the skyscraper next door?
Unfortunately I never saw any boinking, but I did see an inordinant number of naked people.
Dang, we live in the woods... no fun at all... But the deer and critters prob get some free shots..lmao
Jazmin Shorty

Chaparral, NM

#9 Aug 26, 2009
ha ha ha AH ha i bet that was fun to watch
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“Is this a vork?”

Since: Jan 08

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#10 Aug 26, 2009
Jason Lee wrote:
I once stayed at a skyscraper in Chicago and for some reason many many of the people in the skyscraper next-door were in the habit of walking naked around their condos with the lights on and the curtains drawn.
I guess they were thinking "who's gonna see me way up here?" Ummm - howabout the folks in the skyscraper next door?
Unfortunately I never saw any boinking, but I did see an inordinant number of naked people.
Oh crap, note to self: close all curtains in Hotel room!
Heather

Toronto, Canada

#11 Aug 26, 2009
Skydome hotel ( now Rogers Center) had a few poeple with that problem. They forgot the windows look out on to the ball park and they gave a free during a few televised baseball games. That is one time you don't want to be on the Jumbotron,
Jason Lee

Mount Prospect, IL

#12 Aug 26, 2009
Heather wrote:
Skydome hotel ( now Rogers Center) had a few poeple with that problem. They forgot the windows look out on to the ball park and they gave a free during a few televised baseball games. That is one time you don't want to be on the Jumbotron,
Well, face it, baseball can be kind of slow and boring. So maybe that would spice it up a bit.

Since: Jun 09

Scrotum, Idaho

#13 Aug 26, 2009
Think some people assume that hotel windows are so tinted as to prevent them being viewed.

Not so!
Jason Lee

United States

#14 Aug 26, 2009
jumpinjack wrote:
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Yea, a guy could break his neck tryiong to climb up to the 5th floor to peek in the window.... Now all I need is some high power binoculars.... what is that number to Cabela's LMAO
And, as always, be sure to wear your Cabela's scent-free undies so your prey doesn't smell you coming. LOL.

“The Buybull is innerrrent.”

Since: Jun 08

Kempton, PA

#15 Aug 26, 2009
Heather wrote:
Skydome hotel ( now Rogers Center) had a few poeple with that problem. They forgot the windows look out on to the ball park and they gave a free during a few televised baseball games. That is one time you don't want to be on the Jumbotron,
"Objects On Jumbotron May Appear Larger Than They Are."

“So, what's the speed of dark??”

Since: Mar 08

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#16 Aug 27, 2009
Jason Lee wrote:
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And, as always, be sure to wear your Cabela's scent-free undies so your prey doesn't smell you coming. LOL.
LMAO That's a good one...!!! But... who wears undies?? ;-)

Vee

“Man Of Every Hour”

Since: Dec 06

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#19 Aug 27, 2009
They tried this at the Leona Helmsley hotel right before she died but guests would throw themselves out the window when they saw her naked.
what in the sam

York, PA

#20 Aug 27, 2009
the beat goes on__________
Coulrophobia

San Bruno, CA

#21 Aug 27, 2009
There is much more to the story. This is just a very incomplete portion of a wire story. Part of this hotel's (The Standard) marketing program was a call to future hotel guests to have sex in front of their windows:

***The Standard's Facebook page bluntly encourages the explicit behavior.

"We encourage you to exercise your inner exhibitionist. Please share your intimate, and explicit photos with us -- those floor to ceiling windows aren't just for the views ..."

The hotel Web site beckons:

"Whatever you do, just make sure the shots are HOT and that you get them to us in whichever way you can. It's all about sex all the time, and you're our star."***

http://www.nypost.com/seven/08242009/news/reg...

Some very hard-core sex was going on in those rooms, and by people who wanted to be seen.

“So, what's the speed of dark??”

Since: Mar 08

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#23 Aug 28, 2009
harley honey wrote:
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I don't wear undies, I love my fresh fish scent and so do all of my biker boyfriends. The local fisher men wipe there bait on me they say they catch bigger fish that away.
Please note:
"and the special scent-controlling power in the MTP Hunt Series".

No need having all the cats in the neighborhood following you....

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