How to Make a Sex Tape

How to Make a Sex Tape

By Kristen Droesch for YourTango.com

You know how it is.

Let's be frank; outside of porn stars in a carefully choreographed scene, most of us don't look so pretty in a sex video (looking at you, Paris). Plus, it's awkward as hell. And here's the proof, broken down into 13 stages for your convenience.

1. Getting drunk enough to think it's a good idea.

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2. Stumbling around the house trying to find the camera, because this is not something you want on your iPhone.

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3. Stripping down and realizing that you both forgot to shave

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4. Still being drunk enough not to care.

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5. Trying (and failing) to get the camera in a flattering position.

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6. Psyching each other up to actually get the deal done.

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7. Deciding it's the perfect time to try that freaky new move you two have been hesitant to experiment with.

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8. Realizing that you didn't stretch before hand.

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9. Trying to make a sexy O-face instead of your usual nonsense, and looking like this instead:

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10. One of you getting ahead of the game and, well…

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11. Sitting down to watch it in the light of day, and being so sure that you two are as hot as porn stars.

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12. Watching it, cringing in horror…

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13. …and getting drunk again to erase the memory.

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This article originally appeared on YourTango.com: 13 Awkward Stages of Making a Sex Video

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