Don't Lick My Toes: raunchy, hilarious cabaret

Vancouver's Wet Spots perform the funniest, raunchiest cabaret I've heard -- side-splittingly so. Check out the video for "Don't Lick My Toes" above, or get their album Hello Kinky for nine bucks, cheap.

Update: Turns out I had a video of a cover of the song!

Rsreagan writes, "Hi Cory! I love that you linked to the Wet Spots, who are great and also personal friends of mine. But that video is not a video of them performing. Since their patter, acting, and presentation are such a wonderful part of their work, I think that it would be great to link to an actual performance of theirs: here's the least graphic of the songs posted to their YouTube channel, Texas Annie. They don't have a video of "Toes" up, sadly, but you can hear Cass singing it here.

Hello Kinky (Thanks, Sooj!)

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  1. Hi Cory! I love that you linked to the Wet Spots, who are great and also personal friends of mine. But that video is not a video of them performing. Since their patter, acting, and presentation are such a wonderful part of their work, I think that it would be great to link to an actual performance of theirs: here's the least graphic of the songs posted to their YouTube channel, Texas Annie. They don't have a video of "Toes" up, sadly, but you can hear Cass singing it here.

  2. Rojo says:

    Perhaps that was amusing. The audience certainly sounded like they were amused. But they could probably actually hear what was going on, unlike me, who confounded by the crappy recording and couldn't understand %85 of the lyincs. Oh well, I guess I'll imagine I was amused. Singing wasn't bad.

  3. Hi there, It's John from The Wet Spots. Thanks so much for the link! We're big Boing Boing fans. There IS actually a live video of us performing "Don't Lick My Toes" at the Sydney Opera House. This is it:

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