You don't have to put them up." Steve: "Okay, no problem, I know what's going on I'm not stupid."Hansen: "So you were suspicious from the beginning?" Steve: "Of course I am, I'm always suspicious." Hansen: "Always? " Steve: "No this is the first time I've actually, did show up to see what was going on." Hansen: "And you expect me to believe that." Steve: "Yes, yes I do." In two-and-a-half days, 18 men show up at our house after making a date on the Internet to commit statutory rape.Eddie: "Okay listen just say something for me." Girl: "What do you want me to say?" Eddie: "Just say Rachel you're 19 years old right? " Girl: "But I but…" Eddie: "Rachel can you read between the lines?But some wanted a chance to try to explain themselves. " Eddie: "I work independently right now." Hansen: "Yeah, you know it's ironic because I work in television, too, with Dateline NBC." At first this "television producer" seems a bit camera shy, but then decides to open up. It sounds like you're looking to have a sexual experience with this girl Rachel who you were talking to on the Internet.When Hansen confronts Eddie, he's ready with a story. I don't know what other conclusion you can draw." Eddie: "You can search me for a condom I don't have one on me.
Children spend hours chatting online with their friends, and sometimes with strangers.
When 34-year-old Eddie arrives, he tries something none of the others did.
Before he'll come into the kitchen he comes up with a scheme to insulate himself from possible criminal charges and he tries to get our decoy to play along.
I wouldn't have sex without one." Eddie, who it appears has worked as a TV producer, even commends us for a job well done.
here’s a whole industry devoted to telling you how to be better in bed – instruction manuals, videos, well-meaning sex gurus and counsellors who seem to think lube and sensual massage is the answer to everything.