Today, July 1st, 2010, marks both Canada Day, and the day VideoBox uploaded its 50,000th scene (includes premium channel scenes). Now I believe every July 1st is Canada Day, whereas the site’s accomplishment will presumably be a one time event. Congratulations to everyone connected with VideoBox for this momentous achievement. Congratulations as well to member mitchrocn22 who wins our 50,000 scene contest with his prediction of June 29, 2010. A free one year subscription and a VideoBox mug will be awarded to Mitch. Special mention to member polksalad1, who appeared to be in line for the victory, until a site cleansing pushed the winning date back a few days. Polk, I have imposed upon site management, and you will be awarded a consolation prize. I am not privy to the specifics, but you and Mitch will both be contacted with all the details in the near future. Aside from the shared date, what do 50,000 VideoBox scenes and Canada Day have in common? I haven’t the vaguest idea. But to celebrate the occasion, here are a dozen of my favorite site scenes featuring Canadian girls. If you have any particular “Canadian” scenes which have caught your fancy, please disclose them to the membership by leaving a reply to the post.
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Back by popular demand, the most downloaded scenes of the last 7 days.
VideoBox’s Top 10 Downloaded Scenes Last Week
1. Teen Sensations #2, Scene 1 starring Gauge
2. Daddy’s Little Princess #2, Scene 2 starring Carmel Moore
3. The Babysitter #5, Scene 4 starring Briana Banks
4. Daddy’s Little Princess #2, Scene 1 starring Sasha Grey
5. Meet the Twins #1, Scene 5 starring Lanny Barbie
6. The Babysitter #5, Scene 3 starring Gauge
7. Up Close and Personal P.O.V., Scene 1 starring Monica Sweetheart
8. Daddy’s Little Princess #2, Scene 3 starring Stacee Morgan
9. Pornomation #2: Zuma, Tales of a Sexual Gladiator
10. Teen Sensations #2, Scene 2 starring Patricia Kahn and Nicky Reed
It was a teen-heavy week, but that’s no shocker. I am a little surprised, however, that Pornomation #2 made the list, though. Maybe I shouldn’t be. It did get 4 1/2 stars.
As a final note, the fact that every single one of these movies was released between March 17 and April 2 makes me wonder if my last list wasn’t a little off. Or a lot off…