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Montreal To Throw Kissing Competition Party Next Weekend

This is No Pants, No Problem.
Montreal To Throw Kissing Competition Party Next Weekend

Photo cred - The High Crown

You think you got make out skills? Well, time to find out if you're really a star tonsil-hockey player at Il Motore on Saturday, August 16 for the tenth anniversary of No Pants No Problem. Not only is this a pants-less party where you're encouraged to rock out in your skivvies, there will also be a legit kissing competition where you can put your tongue skills to the test.

Part of Pervers/Cité 2014, the idea behind the No Pants No Problem party is pretty basic. Check your pants at the door (there will be a legit pants-check) then go dance in your undies to the many DJs on the set list, head to the Kissing Booth for various make out games, and, of course, see if you deserve the title of king/queen kisser by the kissing competition judges.

A night of all sorts of entertainment, Montreal's burlesque troupeGlam Gam Productions, along with Toronto's Morgan M. Page, will be adding to the sexy-fun atmosphere of the party with a few burlesque performances. Be prepared to laugh while also getting all hot and bothered, a winning combination every time.

A party with a purpose, No Pants No Problem wil also be raising funds for AIDS Action Now and the Prisoners Correspondence Project. Cover for the event, without pants, will cost ya a cool $5, while keeping on your bottoms will cost you $10, so make the right choice. No one will be denied entry for lack of funds, but don't try and pull a fast one, because its all going to a good cause.

Get your lips and briefs ready, and head to the FB event page for any updates.

For more on all things Montreal, follow Michael on Twitter @MDAlimonte 

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