VHS dating videos, on the other hand, are not only something you can't deny, but also something you can't erase.
Those archaic fashions and corny one-liners are haunting these dudes more than 30 years later, and will continue to pop up on You Tube every now and again even after their demise. It's one more added pressure you'll never have to worry about, thanks to the “delete” button.
You think that yuppie guy wants to remember the time he told the world he didn’t want to date fat girls? Being on Video Mate took real effort, and the process to get a lousy dinner date seems pretty draining in comparison to skimming through Bumble.
With that being said, if these guys weren’t bringing their A game, it wasn’t worth them coming in at all.
Women were going off the first few seconds of a video -- if they didn’t like what they saw, it was onto the next.
No one needs to know that you haven’t showered in three days, or that you reek of last night’s Chinese leftovers, or even that your roommate tweaked your bio four times to make you sound like less of a jerk. Steven had to show up to the filming studio prepped with pseudo-romantic pick-up lines and a skintight t-shirt in order to make the ladies swoon.watching this — remember, after he’s thawed out, 200 years later, he’s asked by the scientists to look at artifacts from another time to help them identify what they were.In this particular case, we’re talking about the 80s, which more and more seems like some kind of strange, lost decade, doesn’t it?This is a trailer we cut for a forgotten 1980s sex comedy we turned up on VHS."Computer Beach Party" features poorly-dubbed dialogue, a naive understanding of how computers work and two musical performances by heavy ...