Hot Girl Asks Random Guys for Sex in Hilarious YouTube Prank [Video]

Here’s a new prank video of the well-known ‘social experiment’ that burst YouTube not long time ago.

Earlier this month, a few young men behind the YouTube channel surveyed co-eds at the University of California, Santa Barbara whether the students know the history of American Independence Day.

A bit later, the same group of wiserheimers tried to conduct one more experiment and asked 100 girls if they would have sex with him, right there right now.

Jordan Tritton of YouTube’s whatever channel, whom the idea to launch the project belongs to, said, “There is a saying that goes that if you ask enough girls (in this case 100) to have sex with you, at least one will say yes.”

“I’m not sure who to attribute that assertion to, but it’s clearly wrong. I had a pretty strong feeling going in that I wasn’t going to be very successful. What I didn’t expect though, was that the vast majority of girls found it amusing and actually cracked up,” he added.

The guy went on, explaining at the time: “I wanted to do a social experiment comparing and contrasting how males and females respond differently to being outright asked if they want to have sex. I had a pretty good idea of how it was all going to go down beforehand, but I thought it would make for an interesting and entertaining video nevertheless.”

The video scored about 1,5 millions of views on YouTube in just 2 days. And now the creators of the experiment are ready to demonstrate a female version of the study, asking guys whether they’d like to have sex with a pretty girl.

The results are incredible. As there’s no woman out of a hundred to agree to have sex with a stranger, while a half of the interviewed man quickly agreed to do it with a beauty.

The girl who offered sex in the second part of the video definitely had better luck than the hapless man who filmed the ‘A Guy Ask 100 Girls For Sex’ video, who had to deal with angry women and having a drink thrown in his face.

The news comes a month after YouTube was burst with a funny male version of the well-known song “Call Me Maybe”.

Last summer the Miami Dolphins sexy cheerleaders shot a video for Ray Jepsen’s ‘Call Me Maybe’ which was watched more than 15 millions during 5 months.

Some time later, the soldiers gave the girls a run for their money with dance moves and lip synching making do with props from their Afghanistan base.

Posted on November 11 by Finsproductions who made the Dolphins original video, the description reads: “Troops stationed in Afghanistan recently sent us their very own version of our Call Me Maybe video! ”

“Watch how they match our video move for move! To all of our troops serving our country… Thank you from the Miami Dolphins Family.”

At then end of their own clip, the soldiers wrote: ‘To the Dolphins Cheerleaders, thank you for the inspiration. Your fans in Afghanistan.’

It was not the first time that Canadian singer Carly-Rae’s Call Me Maybe has been used for a comedy video send-up.

Internet star, Steve Kardynal also shot a parody on this hit, and uploaded it to YouTube on August, 2012.

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