Girl doubts America’s sexual depravity, loses BDSM bet.

The YouTubes are full of self-promoting, attention-whores constantly doing stupid stunts to get attention, but it’s rare when a seemingly intelligent girl does it. (And that novelty, evidently, made it worth over a million views.)

According to the video footage, Christy Carlson Romano recently underestimated the prurient interests of America by wagering with her husband that the box office numbers for “50 Shades Of Grey” would tank after the first weekend. Surely, she figured, something as sexist and “rape-y” as this BDSM-light story would never be able to sustain ticket sales beyond the initial run of perverts and curiosity-seekers.

Confident that America wouldn’t be so easily titillated, she bet her husband that if she was right, he had to stand on the NYC balcony of their apartment (in Winter, no less) in only his boxer shorts for 60 full seconds. If she was wrong, she’d do the same – only in lingerie.

Sadly for her (but great for voyeurs), she wildly underestimated this fucked up country’s repressed sexuality and desire for depravity. Check out her skimpy humiliation:

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