Las Vegas and minors gambling


When I come back when I was hot under the age of 19 … and I’m not saying how far it goes!

I went to Vegas for the first time with a “friend” guy. I made sure to book at the Hard Rock Hotel which just had a grand opening! And “he” made our reservations on Greyhound.

It was obvious this guy was awful to me… and yet he was trying to impress that ?! Eeeek.

Either way, I had my bags, they were all packed, I was dressed in my nines (still very excited) and ready to hit the road.

The bus ride seemed like it would take forever and a year (which only takes 3.5 hours by car). We did a pit stop in good Barstow – you know … where are you going to get your “hits on Route 66” … well I don’t know who wrote that song or what they do to get their “hits”, but I tell you where this is not happening to me … in BARSTOW! Sorry Barstownions – no offense.

Then the lovely bus ride (full of wonder) continued; we end up downtown Las Vegas – which is just outside the door, and Mister Cheapie Pants doesn’t want to share a cab here. If he could share a trifle – he would – I’m serious! So, let’s go on foot. I’m a big fan of walking, so that’s really not a problem – except I’m hauling myself in all my bags and being in high heels (I’m not that tall), as I mentioned “dressed in the nines” before! So we walked and walked, and you never would have thought that these hotels were so hot with each other until you walked the rail and realized how long it took you!

We finally arrived at our hotel. Check-in time. As usual with every application, they ask for my credit card to be identified. However, unlike any other application in the process, after I had submitted everything, there was a PROBLEM. I was told they could not report me because I was under 21!

Nice … because they didn’t seem to consider it a problem when I was getting ready for the room.

Fortunately, my friend was over 21, so we used his ID. But talk about nerves – they had absolutely no problem taking money from someone who was less than 21 years old, and yet I was a second-class citizen or something!

All checked in, we grab our bags and go as planned to check our room and then get ready to paint the city and, of course, do some gambling.

Our rest of the time was show, food, gambling, shows, food, gambling, etc, etc, etc.

I was a bunch of nerves, every time I went to the table to play toy cards, all I could think about was playing cards – asking me to see my ID card. I was so focused on it, that I didn’t care at all about losing gambling money – and I hate losing money!

I ended up with more than I started and more than enough to pay for my part of the whole trip! I’m not treating this Doodle!


In several of the many trips, things have not gone as smoothly –

I was thrown out of the casinos, stranded in the middle of the desert, left to sit on the curbs, I got into my part of the fight, hung out with whales, got compds at every turn, had my own “Indecent Proposal” experience …

But – I just never lost, I always won $$$ – bring me money !!!

Well, of course, I kept coming back for more!

And then it happened – I turned 21 and now I was completely relaxed and easily checked my ID, (I almost wanted to look at it just for the sake of packing), the only concern I had was losing money and guess what happened next .. .

YUP, I lost every last one I came with … I left town in shock!

What the hell just happened there ?! That’s not happening to me – I’m not losing !!!!!!

Even today, I still don’t see enough room.

I just don’t gamble these days … no matter what we’re talking about tiny slits!

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