Do This: Black on Black Rhyme's Pajama Poetry Nite

Their tagline: "Getcho tickets and getcho jammies!"

Listen to provocative rhymes and participate in contests for funniest, sexiest and boldest bedtime wear.

Or heat up the crowd at the erotic open mic.

Goodness knows, the lustrous lyricists of Black on Black Rhyme sure can seduce crowds when they're not trying to be sexy — we can't imagine how intense it will be once they go off Triple-X style.

What's more, two of spoken word's most "lascivious" lyricists, Will "The Real One" Bell and Bo "MF" Ellis, perform.

Admission is $5 before 10 p.m., $7 after. Tue., Aug. 31, 9 p.m. It all goes down at the  Good Luck Cafe, 1910 E. Seventh Ave., Tampa. 813-241-2233. For more information, visit lifeizpoetry.com.

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