Friday, January 28, 2005

It's not porno

This is not porno right? Carstuckgirl.com If you like watching sexy young girls getting their cars stuck in the mud, and then struggle to free themselves, then this website is for you. You can watch a free demo video, and then move on to purchasing a full-length video, the cost, 50 Euro, plus shipping. The site features a models page, a FAQ, and of course, unique descriptions of each video. Like this one:

Description:
Mud-stuck with BMW 7er-series (35 min.)
- rear wheel-drive
- complete stuck story (coming home from a party)
- trying all to get out
- walking with my high-heels through the mud
- a lot of smoking wheels!

I don’t get it. Do these videos serve a mud fetish, a shoe fetish, or a mud-wrestling fetish? The video sample is just plain stupid. Its smoking tires and high heals in mud. I cannot figure out what would be appealing in this, or who would pay to see it.

Before you start thinking I am a freak, consider how I found this site. I asked a friend what his favorite site is. He gave me this url. I pulled it up, looked at it, and had a real good laugh. Every time I think the web cannot surprise me, I find a site like this. Cars stuck in the mud. Go figure.

3 comments:

Johnny Crow said...

I don't really get it either, I mean there is no real definitive thing other than maybe people get off on cars that are stuck, and I suppose its a plus if there are hot women driving, but its not my cup of java.

How about this though (I found it by accident) is it porn or is it art?
http://codenameamy.blogspot.com/

Mojoey said...

I hate to quote Gloria Steinem but... "Erotica is about sexuality, but pornography is about power and sex-as-weapon—in the same way we have come to understand that rape is about violence, and not really about sex at all."

All I saw was erotic photos of a beautiful woman. I would call it art. Not good art, not art I would pay to see or hang on my wall, but art nonetheless.

I buy a Mapplethorpe calendar every year. I love his work. It's clearly art, yet some call it pornography. It's all a matter of taste really.


I buy a Maplethorpe calender every year. I love his work. It's clearly art, yet some call it pornography. It's all a matter of taste.

passthebread said...

MoJoey,
I didn't visit the site BUT..I think it is about a woman being helpless or in need..It is a power porno fantasy thing..Not good. Not art.
brad