In celebrity-starved Denver, it's no surprise that the PleasuresDudes have parlayed their late-night TV ads for a local adult-store chain into a certain star status peopled with parties and porn stars. But thanks to the web, the Dudes have gone global – and their fame earned them an invitation to cover the red carpet at the June 7 FAME (Fans of Adult Media & Entertainment) awards in Los Angeles. They kept a totally sweet diary of their adventures, which we’ll be publishing over the next few days complete with photos. (And they promise more pix at http://www.myspace.com/pleasuresdudesparties.)

Day One, Denver to LA The FAME awards are the people’s choice porn awards. The public votes on all sorts of different categories like Best Movie, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Blow Job, Best Ass Reaming, Best Gang Bang and a lot more. The reason the FAME awards are so totally sweet is that the fans get to pick the winners via on-line voting, and I’ll bet some Coloradans voted. The winners will be announced on Saturday night -- and we, the PleasureDudes, have been invited to work the red carpet!

We left Denver Thursday on a really great airline, and right from the get-go the stewardesses asked for our autographs. Here is a pic of the stewardess ass that kept getting in my face! We landed, got to the hotel in Beverly Hills, and got on the phone with porn star Rebecca Steel and her hot slave girlfriend, Stormy, to come over to the hotel to welcome us with some great head and some thustful vagina muscle moves. This is day one! The show doesn’t start until tomorrow, but the PleasuresDudes show has! See ya. Peace. – The PleasuresDudes

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