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December 07, 2006

More Vid Nuttiness

Michael Blowhard writes:

Dear Blowhards --

* May a thousand YouTubes flower: here's China's premiere video-sharing site.

* YouTube diva Emmalina has been struggling since making her recent return to the YouTube stage. She came back from retirement after vowing to the b.f. that she'll never pole-dance or do yoga onscreen again. But what else does a girl have to offer? There's always the winks and squinches, of course, as well as the haircuts and the adorable Tazzy (ie., Tasmanian) accent ... Still, how does a girl keep everyone's attention when she's being held back from doing what she does best? In a recent effort, Emmalina takes the radical step of cutting away from herself for a few seconds. It's like watching the cinema be reinvented!

I notice that, during her own minutes onscreen, Emmalina manages to sneak in a few wriggles and head-shakes, so maybe there's hope for those of us who enjoy her is-it-lewd-or-not dancing; maybe she's won some concessions from the b.f. I notice as well that, after pulling all her early vids from YouTube, Emmalina has begun sneaking a few of them back online. For views of classic Emmalina, click here and here and here.



posted by Michael at December 7, 2006


...I totally can't believe people take the time to analyze shit that I do and then write about it. *laughs*

Posted by: Emmalina on December 10, 2006 2:40 AM

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