Freshmen says: We have a few excess solos and interviews from our boot camp series. So, we are presenting them to you as part of our normal Freshmen editions.
Freshmen says: Introducing us to the charming Viggo Sorensen is Director Luke Hamill who is standing in for our regular interviewer George Duroy. You will probably note an unusually close rapport between Luke and Viggo and that he is strangely relaxed for a first-time model.
Freshmen says: Probably the most foolish thing any of our boys can do while on location is to hang a ‘do not disturb’ sign on the door while they are jerking off. It is a sure fire invitation for someone like Adam to come waltzing in with him camera to find out what is going on.
Freshmen says: Mael Gauthier’s reputation for shyness is undeserved. He’s just a bit more reserved than the rest of our rowdy bunch. Two members of that bunch, Kevin and Adam, attempt to break Mael from his shell through a benevolent prank.
Freshmen says: We’ll give him this: He tried. But there was no way Sven Basquiat was ever going to convince Peter Annaud to become a vegetarian. Like any great salesman, he knows his audience, enticing Peter with the allure that vegetarianism will give him “More energy for sex”. All this sex talk makes Sven hungry for the one piece of “meat” he’ll consume the one between Peter’s legs. Peter elects to demonstrate the advantages of carnivorous desires on Sven by fucking the cum out of him. He then shoots out a hefty dose of animalistic protein over Sven’s eager hole.
Freshmen says: Inspector Clouseau is to Hercule Poirot as Jerome is to Cassanova. Jerome Exupery may bumble and stumble but he, like Clouseau, generally accomplishes his objective.
Freshmen says: Here we are offering you the interview and solo with Dean Cooper, filmed during our last Africa trip.