There’s a couple of things the Atlanta Titans do well off the field: Wash cars with strippers, drink beer and bowl. The gay Hotlanta Softball League team did at least two of those on Sunday during their annual fundraiser.
The Titans hosted the 3rd Annual Bowling, Beer & Boys at Midtown Bowl, their opener for a long season of Sundays on the softball fields yet to come. (View photos from the 2011 event.)
But don’t worry if you missed Sunday’s fun. Later this season the team is likely to host one of HSL’s most popular events – its Studs & Suds Carwash at Swinging Richards (view photos). That’s where hot, muscled dancers from the popular strip club hose down your dirty, dirty autos.
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