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Drone Porn Is Like the Where's Waldo of On-Camera Fucking

Beautiful landscapes, stunning vistas and wait, what's that? Is it a couple despoiling nature with fervent but off-rhythm coitus? Is that a pasty white butt? Is that a boob? Welcome to drone porn. We hope you enjoy your stay.

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The above video, created by Brandon LaGanke and John Carlucci, is, for all intents and purposes not an actual porno (because I imagine it would be hard to jerk it to that soundtrack and the 3.5 seconds of blurry sex you see), but a foray into "the artistic value of this [the drone's] perspective," whatever the hell that means. Is this some kind of commentary on spying? Government intrusion into the lives of two individuals in love? Just a reason to watch people fuck in the wilderness? Who knows! It's art. And I guess it's pretty enough, it's just two tads too precious for me.

Don't get me wrong, though. This would be the best video to show an unsuspecting friend or loved one. Tell them it's like a new Planet Earth and then wait for their stunned reaction as they see people fornicating for a second or two on screen. And then they'll start looking for the couples and excitedly screaming "I got one, I got one" and you can act all put out because you weren't showing them a fuck video; you wanted them to appreciate nature.

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Wait, maybe that's the whole point of this video? No matter how scenic the views are you'll always abandon them to watch even mildly attractive people do sex on each other. #deep.

H/T: The Daily Dot

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gnomimalone
Gnomi Malone

I went to one of the drone HQ Air Force bases last year and they showed us some video clips of what drone pilots watch on an average day. "Bombs Over Baghdad" was playing for maximum HOORAH effect. To demonstrate the amazing accuracy and clarity of what they filmed over Afghanistan/Iraq, they asked us to point at something on the video to examine more closely. We picked a target, then they zoomed in on that moving blob/potential terrorist and enhanced it on the movie theater sized screen for all of us to see.

It was a dog pooping.