Korean Foot Massages

Uploaded by simonandmartina on 21.03.2010

So today we're going for Korean Massages
[porn music]
Not that kind of massage! We're going for a foot massage
[porn music]
Foot massages aren't sexy!
[porn music]
Are you just going to say that after everything I say?
[porn music]
Spudgy in a bikini!
[porn music]
Uggh. Alright, let's just get massages. Uggh
[Music that isn't porn music. Relaxing, cool music]
One of the most popular things to do in Korea is something called Dr. Fish
And it's a little bit odd to explain so we're just going to show you
[more of that relaxing music. Oh yeah. So nice]
So now we're done with our foot soak and our fish nibbling
and now we're gonna get our foot massages done. Wish us luck!
[terrible, scary music, meant to match the terrible pain we're experiencing]
Now, you might be saying to yourself "Martina's a big baby"
But, trust me, I've broken a lot of bones, and I've never shed a tear over it
but I shed tears during this foot massage.
And you might say, "Simon's a big guy"
[simon roaring like a dinosaur]
But even Simon was whimpering like a baby
[simon crying like a baby]
Now, you might be thinking to yourself, "okay, this was a fluke"
"they went to some really terrible place and they had terrible foot massages"
But that is not the case. We've had several different massages in Korea,
We've done back massages, full-body massages, we've done foot massages and scalp massages
ranging from 20 bucks to 200 bucks. And every single time we go, we get beaten
We just get beaten. So, I'm not sure if it's because they think foreigners
you know, they gotta be extra rough with us, or if it's just the style
But, either way, I suggest avoiding it, unless you like pain,
or, check it out, maybe dare your friends,
and then send us an email agreeing with us about how painful it was,
*sigh* so traumatic. *whimpers*