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Youtube Blowjob Humor Survey!

This much I know. No matter how exciting or revolutionary a new medium, in the end it gets adapted to one thing: Sex. Example: The printing press was first used to print a bible. Before long lists of local prostitutes … Read More

By / September 15, 2006

This much I know. No matter how exciting or revolutionary a new medium, in the end it gets adapted to one thing: Sex. Example: The printing press was first used to print a bible. Before long lists of local prostitutes were bestsellers. The First Photograph was of the inventor's backyard, and was taken in 1835. Within three years, the first nude photographs were circulating. Then came the web. The first web page described the WWW as a project to “give universal access to a large universe of documents.” Now we have a thousand variants of BigBoobsAlert.com.

Today, Youtube is all the buzz, and the prophets of online media are telling us that this is the new revolution. Kids are watching it instead of TV, and we're all creating video content rather than merely receiving. It's a new world!

But on Youtube sex is verboten. They're trying to avoid being turned into free web hosting for people's porn collections. Smart move! But then how is Youtube accommodating all the base impulses that have rocked other media? The answer: lots and lots of sex humor.

So today, for the benefit of the Jewcy readership, I conducted a survey of the flourishing Youtube subgenre of "blowjob humor". There's everything from teddy bears pleasuring other teddy bears, to stodgy-looking men ministering to heads of Romaine lettuce. But below I offer you the best of the lot. There's nothing horribly prurient here–no visible privates, for example–but you're probably best-off not watching them at work.

The first is a pretty hysterical cautionary tale about the dangers of poor vision. The funniest part is that appears to be an advertisement for a European optometrist.

 

The second is Youtube's reigning champion blowjob humor video, by far the most viewed. It's a spoof of Mastercard's “Priceless” ads, and involves a young man propositioning his unimpressed girlfriend…and less impressed father.

The third is my favorite, though it's also the darkest and the least work-safe. If I ever pull a prank involving a male-on-male sex act, this will be it! The dancing at the end earns a full on lollercaust! (Though I won't be tying anyone up…they could have left that part out.)

 

Happy viewing!

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