Q&A with PiMP.tv's Christina and Ashlee

Apparently the presenters of PiMP.tv really do play video games.

GoodGearGuide: It seems that 90 per cent of user comments on YouTube are fixated on certain parts of your anatomy. Does this make you feel flattered, amused, or kind of creeped out?

Ashlee: It doesn't bother me at all. I'm a positive person myself, so as long as the comments are positive, I appreciate them.

Christina: When I read comments like "Oooh i just saw the shadow of her nipple!/thumbs who seen it?" I'm like, are you f**kin' serious, d**chebag?

Or when I see: "I want Janna's head on Christina's body" or "I wish Christina had Ashley's head." It makes me want to yell, "Well I really wanna see a camel's d*ck where your nose is — now that would be ‘FTW’"

Nah, generally PiMP fans are funny. And very encouraging — to take our tops off!

Q&A with PiMP.tv's Christina and Ashlee

The girls pool over our hard-hitting questions. No, we're not sure why Christina is armed with a trident either...

GoodGearGuide: What do you think sets PiMP.tv apart from other gaming shows? (Apart from the bikinis, obviously.)

Christina: Firstly PiMP girls Are hot as hell. Secondly, we know our s**t — and thirdly we love games! So much so that I can't wait to go to LA next year for E3 2011! Now that's what I call love for the games!

Ashlee: We don't take it tooooo seriously either, though. The Daily Dose is a three minute vid. If you want to hear about framerates and boorrrriinng stuff, there are plenty of sites for that. The reviews on the Web site have more detailed info anyway.

Q&A with PiMP.tv's Christina and Ashlee

GoodGearGuide: Your trademark is to blow a kiss at the end of each episode. Have you ever thought of mixing things up with an upraised thumb or a snappy salute? Or maybe you could flip us the bird. Some gamers would secretly enjoy that.

Ashlee: I’ve actually tried to moon the camera a couple times but for some reason they always cut it out? Hopefully one day I'll at least sneak one cheek in there...

GoodGearGuide: So what can viewers look forward to in the future? Will it be more of the same, or do you have some new projects up your sleeve?

Ashlee: We like to read all the comments and do what we can for our fans, so, a nude episode it is! Just jokes... But seriously, yes we definitely have a lot of new things up our sleeve, which I know our fans will love, and I can’t wait to film them!!

GoodGearGuide: And finally, what game are you girls most looking forward to?

Christina: ArcaniA: A Gothic Tale (love the medieval-themed games) and Majin: The Fallen Realm.

Ashlee: Gran Turismo 5 in 3D. A release date; finally!

Q&A with PiMP.tv's Christina and Ashlee

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