(ˈstrɪpəɡræm) ,




1. a greetings message delivered by a stripper who does a striptease on delivery
2. a stripper hired to strip while delivering a message
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A SNEAKY thief tricked her way into an OAP's home by posing as a strippagram - before taking off her clothes in an attempt to fleece him.
Sir Alex Ferguson was denied the sort of 21st anniversary present that beats a signet ring or a strippagram from the lads.
Q I read an article about a strippagram guy who was arrested for impersonating a police officer.
It's the misfortune of would-be DJ Peter (Michael Begley), who's stepped into what he believes is a job so his girlfriend can stop being a strippagram, to be shadowing and learning from the truly hideous Rag.
HUNG-OVER Steve Sheppard felt a right prize plonker last night after mistaking a woman police sergeant for a strippagram - and trying to get lucky with her.
I was at a hen party the other weekend and the strippagram who was booked turned out to be my mate's man.
The Dreamboys earn around PS1,200 a week from seven shows with many of them doing strippagram work to boost their pay packet.
AN Irish strippagram has quit the business after a visit to the Marian shrine in Medgugorje.
Dave Matthews has just totted up 40 years in employment as West Bromwich Albion's kit-man and to celebrate the occasion, as well as cause him maximum embarrassment, Gary Megson arranged for a strippagram to come and take her kit off.
WITHOUT doubt the birthday party of the week was the one that marked Cecil Kimsey's 100th, where big-hearted relatives had a whip-round and treated the saucy old devil to a French maid strippagram.
Dalziel gives her a lascivious look and mistakes her for the turn - a strippagram girl.
Or find a strippagram service which provides women dressed up in police uniform.