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Friday, 25 April 2008

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Brad with his technologically ignorant girlfriend, Jennifer

Norfolk, VA Jennfer Wenk, 19, and Brad Sutter, 27, recently video taped themselves having sex with each other under the mutual agreement that it would stay private.

"I told her that lots of couples video tape themselves having sex so that they can enjoy watching it when the other isn't around for actual sex," stated a bleary eyed Sutter.

The video, roughly 8 minutes long with poor audio and shoddy camera work, was shot one night while both were noticeably intoxicated. Sutter claims that Jennifer was reluctant at first, commenting that she was worried others might one day see it.

"She had heard about the whole Paris Hilton thing and didn't want other people to get a hold of the tape. I told her that I wasn't the type of guy to brag about anything like that. I didn't bother to mention that videos nowadays can be easily transfered to computers through common USB and firewire ports found on most modern day video cameras. I also didn't mention that I subscribe to several adult forums and newsgroups where guys all over the world post videos of themselves having sex with their gullible girlfriends," said Brad as he made sure the video compression was adjusted to allow for maximum quality at a reasonable bandwidth size. Brad then sat back as his quickly edited video began to render.

"Depending on the length and quality of video, I can have any video clip online in anywhere from a few minutes to an hour or two," mentioned Brad casually as he logged into his ShareYoGirl.web account. He then started a new forum post and began uploading his video to a file host. "This one should be online in a few minutes."

Brad then laughed while he retold he story of how he convinced his barely legal girlfriend to go along with the sex tape idea. He said the easiest part was assuring her that video editing and multimedia sharing over the internet is too complicated and that he didn't even have the faintest idea as to how he would share the video with online friends.

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