The Porno Cum Shot: Real or Fake?

An age-old question is finally answered.

We’ve always been suspicious of porn stars that can shoot 10 loads, 3-yards at a time, right?

“That’s got to be fake!” we say. “That can’t be normal, can it? I mean… shit, why can’t I do that?”

Mysteries like “Are Cum Shots Real?” rank along side other weighty questions such as Where Does The Missing Sock In The Dryer Wind Up?

So, is there a colossal cum contraption positioned just outside the frame of each carefully crafted money shot? Or are these guys 100% legit?

We deserve answers and it was time to conduct an in-depth investigation to determine the truth.

Unfortunately, after many late nights, I had more questions than answers. Why do midgets need their own genre of porn anyway? And what’s with that weird Bukakke stuff?

champagne-1I needed a man on the inside, so to speak, so I tracked down adult industry guru Max Huhn. He could surely shed some light on this seedy, yet irresistible business.

Several confidential interviews later, I can now reveal the answer to our age-old question.

And the truth of the matter is… Adult industry cum shots are fake!

Phew! Close call, ego.

Except… when they’re not.

“Look, sometimes they’re fake,” says Huhn. “But most of the time, it’s 100% real. “There really are guys out there who can perform at that level.”

Honestly?” I say. “Then why fake it at all?”

“Because not every cum-stud is interested in the adult industry, or they may be interested, but they may not have the looks or body to go with their internal plumbing systems.

“There are also times when guys who usually perform well, lose their talent for the day. Cold medicines, for example, are notorious for suppressing the ejaculatory response, and actors don’t always realize this when they’re taking DayQuil the morning of the shoot.”

In an industry where “money shot” means what it says, this can be a serious problem. There are stories of entire film crews sitting around for a couple of extra hours once filming is complete, just waiting to capture that sacred moment – which may not arrive at all – the other reason I contacted Max Huhn.

Huhn also happens to be the inventor of a new, fake cum shot gadget designed to add muscle to the fake side of the happy ending. He developed the Magic Money Shot to solve the heady problem of actor “non-performance.” The porn industry is unforgiving, and failure is simply not an option.

“Even though there are guys out there that are pretty impressive,” Huhn explains, “It makes sense to have a backup. And sometimes, it’s just more efficient in terms of time, effort, and quality control to fake it.”

We’re talking basic quality control here – for porno movies. Stick that on your resume.

“I see you have brought a device one with you,” I say, looking down at the equipment in his hand. “Is it loaded?”

“It is,” says Huhn. “Would you like to see it in action?”

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I can’t deny it, I’m intrigued.

“Sure,” I say. “Anywhere but the face.”

He points the nozzle at me, and shoots three clean shots over my jeans.

“Wow, that’s pretty hot,” I say, blushing like a school girl. “If you’re into that sort of thing, I mean. Not that I am. I’m just sayin’.”

“You’re welcome,” says Huhn.

“But at the end of the day, it’s fake,” I say, trying to reclaim my dignity. “Surely that matters?”

“It only matters if you can’t tell the difference,” Huhn replies. “Porn flicks are like any other movies. When people get killed on TV, it doesn’t bother us for a minute that it’s fake. The only question that matters to us in that moment is: Is it believable? And as any Hollywood producer will tell you, when you can no longer tell the difference between fantasy and real life, then for the audience, it no longer matters whether it’s real or whether it’s not.”

“You have a point,” I concede I looking down at the white substance dripping from my knees. I feel like I’ve just had a terrible accident. “But what about the pressure you put on us men to perform at this level?” I’m trying desperately to salvage my journalistic integrity. “I mean just as fashion magazines are criticized for making girls look sleeker and skinner  than most of the female population really is, shouldn’t you also be criticized for putting pressure on us men to squirt semen like a giant squid shoots ink?”

“Well, you’re not wrong,” says Huhn. “Here.” He hands me a Kleenex.

You can find out more – and even purchase fake cum for your next hardcore movie, or bachelorette party at: Magic MoneyShot.com. See also the Youtube video for How to Make a Fake Cum Shot.

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