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7 Easiest Days To Get Laid In SF

Updated: Dec 30, 2016 11:09
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There are holidays and then there are SF sanctioned holidays. They get mentions in your planner and your iCal just like Christmas, and yes, you will be getting so drunk you’ll put Arthur to shame. No matter what the occasion, we like to do it big, plentiful and more awesome than anyone else, no? Listed below are the top 7 holidays that you should definitely not be sick, taken or sober:

1. Bay To Breakers [Spring]
The one day where SF lets it all hang out and then some. Barechested ladies, freeballin fellas and more booze than you can shake a stick at, this is the day where the goggles come on [and stay on] for the next week. You may get laid, but don’t say we didn’t warn ya!

2. Folsom Street Fair [Fall]
Leather daddies and lovely dominatrixes come out to play once a year, and its not for the faint of heart. Despite the fact that you should wear close toed shoes to this event, most transactions are silent looks, nods, winks and grabs for attention. Plus, anywhere a dude can stroke it in public and still get laid is pretty much a win-win. Just watch out for that spanking booth '” those bitches will keep you wimpering the day after every single time.

3. Pride [Summer]
Whether you’re prowlin’ or supportin’, opportunities to get your rocks off with the perfect stranger are many to be had. Just be aware that your romp may include more than one, and may not be so private. Pink Saturday, anyone?


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4. Santacon [Winter]
There’s nothing worse than getting hit on by an old dude with a…wait, hang on! ITS A COSTUME! HALLELUJAH! You can finally thank Mr. Claus for all those toys under the tree when you were a kid.

5. Stu’s Pub Crawl
It gets bigger and bigger every year, the company is to your tailoring [broke!], the bars are for your budget [cheap!] and our main man is the maestro leading a drunk motley crew all over the city [ideal!]. Clear your calendars for the next day — the person you end up with may just be your new broke-ass partner in crime!  And yes, that is the amazing Richie Cunning in the below photo.

6. Friday Night at Delirium
Is it just me, or does the crowd here get so young and babyfaced you’re not sure if the doorman is running some secret sting operation? There is enough coke in this place to bring Fleetwood Mac out of hiding and there are cheap enough drinks to ensure you won’t remember your score’s name. Just be sure to protect yourself — I doubt the young and restless are getting tested on any sort of regular basis.

7. Any nice day at Dolores Park
Are you noticing a pattern here at all [meaning Dolores Park making every list]? You have everything you need — great weather, some booze, good friends, a blanket and an excuse to say “fuck it.”

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