Controversial Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign Goes Viral

The popular Youtube channel "Simple Pickup" released a viral video for breast cancer awareness month by motorboating over 100 girls and donating over $2,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Fund.

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Motorboats for Breast Cancer Awareness

Simple Pickup Motorboats Girls For Breast Cancer Awareness

Since October is breast cancer awareness month, we decided to create this video to help spread a good message in a fun, comedic way.

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) October 18, 2013

The creators of the popular YouTube channel "Simple Pickup" released a controversial YouTube video of them motorboating 100 girls for breast cancer awareness. Each girl who participated in the video agreed to be motorboated in exchange for a $20 donation to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. In total, Simple Pickup donated $2,080.

The video features Jason, Jesse, and Kong of Simple Pickup strolling the beaches and streets of Los Angeles looking for girls to donate motorboats for charity. Kong states, "Since October is breast cancer awareness month, we decided to create this video to help spread a good message in a fun, comedic way. All the girls who participated had fun, and so did we."

According to Urban Dictionary, a motorboat is the act of pushing one's face in between two ample breasts, and rocking one's head side to side very rapidly while making a vigorous, lip-vibrating "brrr" sound.

Simple Pickup is a YouTube channel with over 1 million subscribers and over 100 million views. This comedy channel features a new video every Tuesday where three average guys pickup and interview beatiful girls. Simple Pickup also teaches men how to pickup girls.


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