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Porn News: A fan of pornography has spoken of how he preferred it in the early 2000’s, when slow download speeds meant he could wait up to five minutes to see a picture of a naked woman.

“Back in the good old days of dial-up you thought about each click more,” said Gary Wilton, 47, who has been an aficionado of internet porn for nearly twenty years.

“The sense of anticipation as the image slowly loaded was enormous. Plus if my Mum picked up the phone to make a call the connection would be lost and I’d have to dial up again – I remember once it took me nearly twenty minutes to see a pair of tits.”

Wilton says he feels sorry for the current generation who have a choice of millions of images and videos available to them almost instantly.

“Kids these days don’t spend any time thinking about the porn they see. In my time a man carefully selected the image he wanted to see and then had to wait to see it – nowadays it’s just click click click tits bum tits. It’s really taken the sense of wonder out of pornography.”

Story: Simon Swatman

 

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