1997 VHS 'How To Cybersex On The Internet' Video

July 31, 2014


Note: I'm pretty sure the censor bar is NOT covering her closest nipple in the brief clip at 1:10. I mean, not that I notice those sorts of things.

This is clip from a 1997 VHS video titled 'How To Have Cybersex On The Internet'. Haha, I owned that one. A real cult classic. Apparently the protip on how to cybersex involves entering a chatroom and telling a stranger, "i'm very horny and im looking for some good cybersex are you interested?" If you're lucky, they'll respond, "yesssssssssss" like the make-believe stud in the video. Then it's just a matter of rubbing yourself/beating your meat against the desk until it's time to smoke a cigarette and take a nap. Bonus points for signing off before your partner finishes.

Keep going for the video, maybe you'll learn a thing or two.

Thanks to Michael M, who's still convinced cybersex involves sticking your penis in the hole of the CD-ROM tray. Ahahahahhahaha! No, Michael, that's called virtual sex (and it's awesome).

  • Jordan Cousins

    With that posture the only "D" she's looking for is disaster. Ergonomics SON, learn 'em.

  • Zachary Zarko

    In addition to her weird jeans and Batman utility belt, her horrible posture is uber hot.

    Just one question:
    How did she get her top off so quickly while typing?

  • anyone else having problems with disquus?

  • baal

    When don't I? That fool won't clean up after itself and doesn't show up for dates. And just for fun, swaps people's name plates.

  • Andyman7714

    By the time she gets done typing I'll have lost interest.

  • Johnny Bigrig

    Might be believable if they had said 1987.. That's like a 1985 computer, and 1989 fashion.. 97 wasn't that long ago. It was 4 years before 9/11

  • Kg3

    You sir are incorrect - That looks EXACTLY like a computer from 1997.

    1997 was 17 years ago - tech has changed a ton.


  • this is going to work out great with my "topless in acid wash mom jeans" fetish.

  • cheesy and corky- the way i like it

  • Frédéric Purenne


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