A strange phenomenon is taking place. People search for pornographic matter on the internet, and they wind up watching Dillon Perillo and Brendon Gibbens grappling with majestic P-Pass, tweaking straight airs in Sumbawa, avoiding the attentions of bull sharks in Réunion.
Some context. Several weeks ago Dillon and Brendon, AKA Dill and Beeg, released ‘The Dill & Beeg Project’. It’s a fine piece of work, a year on the road together condensed into fifteen minutes, and if you’ve not yet seen it you should do so now. Since its release, there has been a steady trickle of visitors — one, two, maybe three at a time — directed by Google to the Surf Europe website after searching for “beeg”. (This we know thanks to the wonderfully entertaining Google Analytics tool.) People don’t usually search for specific surfers, still less for specific surf clips; it seemed that Brendon was causing something of a stir.
And then I remembered: wasn’t there a website called Beeg, dedicated to content of a lewd and reprehensible nature? I checked. There was. These “beeg” people — surfers sidetracked on their way to more salacious fare? Computer illiterate wankers lost in cyberspace? Members of a new breed of pervert? — weren’t after Brendon, they just had the horn.
Are you aware there’s a porn site called Beeg?
Haha, how do you know that? Yeah, someone has mentioned that to me in the past. What can I do?
How do you feel about the ‘D & B Project’ view count being gradually nudged upwards by prospective masturbators?
I think it’s hilarious.