!! OMG, how unfortunate: No ‘technical virgins’ allowed !!

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Melanie Martinez, who was the host of the Good Night Show for pre-schoolers on PBS has been fired for appearing one of those amusing “technical virgin” videos in the 90s. PBS claimed that her appearance in the video “undermines her credibility” as the host of a kids show. Perhaps if pre-schoolers are browsing the Internet for college humorish video clips.
Watch the technical virgin video after the jump [totally safe for work].


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