I've said before that I started LostBets.com when I was in my mid-thirties, and that was 11 years ago. So now, if I'm not officially old yet, I'm at least firmly in middle age. And people my age are famous for not understanding just what the hell the youngsters are up to these days. So if you're a member of the millennial generation, please tell me: just what is the deal with duckface? I sometimes check out modeling websites while trying to recruit new players, and I swear that every other photo has that silly pursed-lips look. Why do they do that?
Also, I'm sorry that you guys missed out on the 1980s, the best decade ever. Also, stay off my lawn.
Now that that's out of the way, let's check out some promos from two recent shoots. First, we have Tessa back along with her boyfriend Jesse.
Also that day, Leilani returned along with her boyfriend Jake (not pictured)
Yes, two couples playing together. We got to do some interesting stuff.
On another day, we met newcomer SarahBeth.
She is (and I hope she isn't offended if she sees this) a hick. She was literally a truck driver. Playing against her was a returning sophomore:
People have been asking to see more of Stefanie for months. It wasn't easy and it took awhile, but I finally persuaded her to come back for another round. I hope you like her return. By the way, that 3D model was more popular that everything else I've ever posted to Thingiverse. I guess nudity is the way to attract attention.
Last week's update, Episode 621, was accidentally misabled 622 in the both the clip description and in the filename. Whoops. Today's update is the real 622, featuring everyone's favorite veterans, Sassy, Julie, and Amber, playing I'll Show You Mine. It's a soft forfeit, with the losers doing embarrassing yoga poses while the winner takes up-close and explicit video of them. Enjoy!
UPDATE: A French Guy reminded me in the comment thread about a promo I posted a long, long time ago for a set of four interactive games that I never actually made. That the second shoot I ever did. After my first shoot with Ashton and Mia I'd learned that I needed a tripod and a set of lights, but nobody told me that I should turn off practical lights on the set. Also, keep the umbrella out of the frame. That one I probably should have figured out on my own,
It was just me and Anna in a friend's house, recording in 720x480 on DV magnetic tape. The times, they sure have a-changed. After A French Guy's reminder, I figure I might as well just publish the raw video without the game. Stay tuned for that.