About The Pimps & Hoes Society
One afternoon during "training" at work, 3 guys decided to take a break in the pub. Over a few drinks, Dancer, of Canadian descent, told us of a popular type of party back home, The Pimps & Hoes Party. This party allowed girls to be the hoes they always wanted to be in a fun and safe environment, while letting the guys actually believe they were in control of their women, by being pimps (also in a fun and safe environment). Without any other regular parties we knew of in the UK (well, none we were invited to) we decided that historic afternoon to start a soceity to host these events, starting with a launch party on Dangerous Dave's birthday!
This site provides news on current and future events, as well as allowing you to sign up for tickets and contact us with any questions you may have.
Our first party will measure the success and demand for this event ongoing. If, as predicted, it is a huge success, further parties will be held in London and around the UK on a regular basis.
The Pimps & Hoes Society is currently run by the 3 visionaries who started it:
Dangerous Dave didn't get the name Dangerous for no reason! He once drove a car in Greece - without his seatbelt on!!!! Since then, Dave's been living life on the edge, and apart from keeping you guys informed with e-mails and this site, he is also responsible for providing the music for Dancer to bodypop too, so if you're a DJ contact him!
Contact Dangerous Dave here.
Known for his kickass dance moves on the floor, he can bodypop, breakdance and break out a robot dance if the situation requires it. Dancer doesn't just dance though - this guy is also the venue guy, responsible for finding a venue worthy of our party, so send him your suggestions if you have a place in mind!
Contact Dancer here.
AtotheG happened to be there when Dancer originally described his vision of a party like no other. Since then he's handed out the chill pills, to keep everyone else from stressing out organising the party. Contact AtotheG if you don't want him to feel left out.
Contact AtotheG here.