I made it through :45 before bailing. I've read write-ups on these videos in Slate, Salon, etc.. You know, to me these are just the 21st century version of a favorite topic that women have always discussed with each other anyway - shopping. My mother and her sisters spent hours on the phone sharing details of what they found at the "department stores" (a 20th century term for you youngsters). Today women have webcams and access to a wider audience. There are basic gender differences and one of them is women and their love of shopping and their need to share details of said voyages. Maybe men love shopping just as much but prefer to share and discuss the details in person ? Otherwise - where are all the webcam videos of BBQ/outdoor grills, tools/hardware, camping equipment, etc.?
I hope I don't sound like too much of a troglodyte in my gender evaluations there.
For the record, I loved my Mom. And every one of her sisters - especially Aunt Marilyn who made the most kick-ass buttermilk-batter fried chicken in the history of poultry products.
I fully expect the next post in this thread to contain links to BBQ/outdoor grills, tools/hardware, camping equipment videos. Ha !
Wow, what a speed-talker! I think she has a future in sales. Pretty girl though. Thank God, she is'nt self-centered. :rollfool:
Amazing, anybody can be that excited about toothbrushes, cotton balls, etc.
well, I watched the whole thing. do I get a prize for that. that chap stick thingy was super cute!
yeah, that was something. of course, she's not making that video with me as the target audience; she's aiming it at pretty, middle class, sheltered girls. whereas I'm a pretty, middle class, sheltered boy. there's a biiig difference, let me tell you!
Apparently this "haul video" thing is all the rage. And so I say, friends, where's the haul video for the working man? The simple man? The blue collar man? Like, say, a trucker maybe...shooting a video of all the assorted smut and gadetry he picked up at one of those huge porn shops just off the highway in Nebraska somewhere. Now that is a "haul video" we might-could sit through...