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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Cocktail lessons from naked girls

Sometimes things happen on the Internet that create revolutionary paradigms. They transcend the current culture and make giant leaps forward. Yahoo! did it with their search engine, Amazon.com did it with shopping, eBay did it with auctions.

Now, there's Bikini Cocktail.

Naked News has been giving us stripping girls telling us the news for years, now Bikini Cocktail teaches you how to make drinks using two pretty hot girls.

There are two versions of each drink that you can watch. One is free and shows the girls making the drink in a bikini or lingerie. The other is part of their subscription plan, of which they have three tiers, allows you to view a "nude" version. Though this version is really just topless, so don't kill your porn site subscriptions just yet. Plans start at US$9.95 but you can get a 3-day trial for $2.99, which seems like more than enough for the amount of content they have right now.

The girls seem fun and though the nude version is usually just the bikini version with 30 seconds of them taking their top off tacked on, it's definitely an Internet Only concept which I'm sure is driving traffic in hoards.

Bikini Cocktail Girls
via Intoxicated Zodiac

3 Comments:

gweny said...

glad ya liked the post... bottoms off, i mean up, gwen

Liquor Snob said...

Call me a liquor geek, but here's what I ran into with my Topless Academy bartending video (http://www.toplessacademy.com/) - after a few viewings I wished they would stop focusing on the chicks so much and give me some hot, drink closeup action.

I'm guessing the same thing would happen here but you're stuck with a month subscription instead of just a DVD.

Heck said...

Call me a liquor geek, but here's what I ran into with my Topless Academy bartending video (http://www.toplessacademy.com/) - after a few viewings I wished they would stop focusing on the chicks so much and give me some hot, drink closeup action.

I'm guessing the same thing would happen here but you're stuck with a month subscription instead of just a DVD.