Anthony cools orgasm
Two weeks ago, uncensored hypnotist Anthony Cools returned to amp up the scandalous sex at Paris Las Vegas after a stint at the Excalibur. He also holds the distinction of being the longest-running headliner in the Gulf Coast. In between hypnotizing men into thinking they have nads growing out of their heads and giving his volunteers spontaneous orgasms, Anthony sat down with us for our inaugural Best of Las Vegas interview. Best of Las Vegas: I saw your show.
Erika. Age: 31. I will be glad to spend time with you. Well, why not? I love sex, I have a rich experience, a beautiful figure, and I also have a very beautiful ass!
Hypnotists no longer are bottom-rung entertainment on Strip
Our interview with the famous Vegas headliner and uncensored hypnosis Anthony Cools!
He has this indescribable presence on stage that is captivating. The energy exuding from Anthony, his charismatic charm, and vibe from the theater is contagious. My favorite question to ask successful entrepreneurs, especially smart ones with multiple profitable businesses, is for advice. Those are all great pieces of advice. Check out our video interview below! Be careful because shit gets real and there are some hilarious sneak peeks of his one of a kind hypnosis show, aka the longest running hypnosis show on the planet, aka the most fun you will ever have at a show in Vegas!
Nico. Age: 26. Comfort, good mood and pleasant rest are guaranteed! I know how to give a man pleasure! It will be an unforgettable meeting ...
Anthony Cools and “Ooh La La”
Last updated: July 9, at pm. His racy definitely too tame a word , hilarious show flies in the face of any preconceived notions about what a Vegas hypnosis show should be. Here he is, in all his uncensored glory, Anthony Cools.
Still, how do you not laugh? Cools and Savard both deliver more consistently than many a stand-up act, and their longevity has done much to deflate the stigma of hypnotism as bottom-rung entertainment. Yes, they balance the pain with pleasure. But each is dependable, a long way from a predecessor who used to phone in to see if he had sold 40 tickets, then cancel his show if he had not.