We all know the refrain. All together now: “I used to like MTV when it played music”. With sites like Youtube where you can pull music videos on demand, does MTV really need to play them any more? Somebody must be watching shit like The Hills because I can’t see the network putting up with those spoiled little rich brats without major ad dollars coming in. But what’s even more frustrating is how the cable network flirts with but never quite goes all the way showing hard core sex.
Think about it. The channel has their cutesy dating shows like Next and Parental Control. The ‘dates’ are all unusual activities like cow pie tossing, snake charming, and sheep shearing. Personally, I want to see them engage in only one event, if you know what I mean. And I know you do. Then on the so-called reality shows The Real World and Road Rules, you have all that making out in the hot tub and the showers, infra red cameras in the bedroom, and enough alcohol to throw good sense right out the window. But all the naughty bits are blurred out and you never see The Beast With Two Backs unless it’s under the covers.
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The latest bit of ridiculousness from MTV is called Hard Times. Why don’t I let The Hollywood Reporter explain.
First off, don’t most kids have to change for high school gym class? I doubt guys are deliberately checking out each others junk, but someone should have noticed. Second, having a giant cock is not the boon most people think it is. Admittedly it’s better than having a microdick, but a lot of orifices are just not built to take that much meat. Third, I bet we’re not going to see said member. You’d think after Boogie Nights and Watchmen, the entertainment industry would be freer to whip it out. Ah well, maybe some day.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]