We promise we won't miss something like this again.
Apparently while we were in the trenches covering the WSOP in Vegas, Victoria's Secret models were playing strip poker online and showing "pink." Well, perhaps not the kind of pink you're thinking but pink panties nonetheless, which I guess really isn't strip poker but panty poker or "Pink Panty Poker" to be exact. The viral (in a marketing sense, thank goodness) advergame of that name was fully backed by the entity responsible for the thong revolution (no, not you Sisqo), and was created by ad/pr gurus Crispin, Porter + Bogusky. Unfortunately for those currently looking to toss clothes instead of chips, the link to the site is now dead. I guess the shortlived site didn't take off quite like Crispin, Porter + Bogusky's other creation, Burger King's Subservient Chicken.
Wait, now there's an idea: the Subservient Victoria's Secret Model. No need to hit queens full in order to see her slide out of those jeans ...just type "Get naked already, can't you tell I'm a hard up, married guy who's suffering like a kid who knows exactly what he's getting year after year for Christmas when he unwraps his gifts?" If you try telling the Chicken this he'll just rudely wave his finger at you like the cock he is while you sit there wondering why the hell you just asked a chicken to get naked.
Um, anyway, I guess there are sites out there for strip poker. When I was googling around about Pink Panty Poker, I came across a blog that suggests a strip poker site that is apparently free. I can't vouch for how it actually works 'cause I'm in a public space right now with a mom of three looking over my shoulder wondering what "Showing Pink" is all about.