These instructional videos won't help your putting or short game but they may make you a better sport in the field. Under The Hood and Woodworking 101 are two informative and entertaining installments in Nina's 'How To' series. Shot in the film look, these vid's offer a warm feeling. Feeling chivalrous — Ladies first.
As our sex educator, Nina gives a dissertation on the female sexual organ and the art of cunnilingus in Under The Hood. She goes so far as to finger a vulva puppet (reminiscent of Little Shop of Horrors' Audrey II) and provide us with a slide show.
Acting as a prop is Angela Faith who does her impression of a human hammock. Called in to give us his philosophy on eating pussy is Nina's husband, Dave. Dave makes way for a hungry man by the name of Moose, who having absorbed the lesson, passes his oral exam. Nina gives a blow-by-blow for the visually impaired.
In a demonstrational vignette Nina and Angela are train-mates with a language barrier. Being adept linguists and practicing what they preach, they're able to overcome.
Following the same format, Woodworking 101 involves the testosterone toter. The art of fellatio (head, cock sucking, blow job) is studied. We're again blessed with slides and a synthetic schlong.
The eager study aide, Alex Sanders is readily propped against a vertical mattress. (Where's Nina's husband now?). Nina tells us, "Don't be scared of erections, they're friendly." Words to live by. She demonstrates tricks of the trade, including a slick wrist action and sucking nuances. Alex concurs that Nina's not just blowing hot air.
In the "life imitates art" section, Nina and Alex continue. Nina (the painter) works her model's (Alex) palette. Obviously turned on by each other, they seem to have temporarily forgotten today's lesson. Sure, there's a great blow job but they go much further than that. In a Van Gough-like manner he paints a pretty picture upon her chest.
These vids offer a nice alternative to straight, hardcore sex. They're both very entertaining and will be great stocking stuffers.
Keep a large supply on hand this holiday season.