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ARE YOU WORTH A RUG BURN?

The Metropolitan Cowboy hosts the only live action game show about oral sex, "Are You Worth a Rug Burn?".  This exciting, fun-filled game takes the audience and contestants on a wild ride that is absolutely hysterical and a guaranteed good time.  "Are You Worth a Rug Burn?" is innovative, out of the box entertainment.  If your club, camp ground or event is looking for something different, you want to have The Metropolitan Cowboy bring "Are You Worth a Rug Burn?" to your event. 

ARE YOU WORTH A RUG BURN? HOME GAME 

Are You Worth a Rug Burn? is now being turned into the ultimate party game you can play at home.  The Metropolitan Cowboy has been hard at work translating all the fun and all the madness of the live action game show into a guaranteed good time you can have with your friends in the privacy of your own home.  Get all the excitement we had on stage at the live show, right in your living room.  Stay tuned for more details as we push to have this available, just in time for your summer parties.  

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Are You Worth a Rug Burn? -- Bubble Wrap Boner


Are You Worth a Rug Burn? -- You Fucking Jerk

Are You Worth a Rug Burn? -- Raw Deal

Are You Worth a Rug Burn? -- Bait and Switch

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Are You Worth a Rug Burn? -- Regenerated Vagina

Are You Worth a Rug Burn? -- Rhythm and Booze

Are You Worth a Rug  Burn? -- BBC

Are You Worth a Rug Burn? -- Gender Bender

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THAT STARTED  ALL THE MADNESS

Are You Worth a Rug Burn? is based on the music video to the song "Rug Burn" by the dance and disco duo Red Carpet Premiere featuring Brent Fabian.  The song was written by The Metropolitan Cowboy, Michael Coleman in collaboration with DJ Matt S. and the music video was conceived and directed by The Metropolitan Cowboy as a tribute to trash filmmaker John Waters.