- You've been framed
Yeah, a few years ago I sent in a film of my mate jumping on the bonnet of a Landy on Mastiles Lane (to try to get traction to release it from a big muddy hole) then slipping and falling head-first into the mud and never heard a thing either. I gave up hope ages ago.Posted 7 years ago
After watching it last night on tv and it being filled with old / american home vids – I’m starting to wonder if this ‘£250 if we play your video’ is a big myth.
After sending in a hilarious crash my mate did on the see-saw at Glentress and not hearing anything for 2 years, I also wonder what the turnaround time is for people who send videos and get the money?
So, is anybody here £250 better off thanks to ‘You’ve been framed’?Posted 7 years agojon1973Member
It’s amazing so much gets rejected yet they still re-use clips!
I assumed that was because it was cheaper to re-use old clips so it keeps the cost down if they only use, say 10% new footage. Nothing to do with the availabily / quality of new clips. The back-catalogue must be huge.Posted 7 years agobjj.andy.wMember
Sent in a clip of me coming a right cropper on the small gap jump in the freeride area at gisburn last summer.Got an email early this year saying that they didn’t want it.Quite surprised they rejected it because everyone who has seen it has pissed there sides watching it.Posted 7 years ago
And no,I’m not posting it on here!DezBSubscriber
And yeah – I sent in a great one of the boy banging his head on my steering wheel, beeping the horn, then the other week – an AMERICAN one shittier than mine!Posted 7 years ago
Then there was one of me crashing on the kid’s bike, which got ignored.
A baby smiling at the camera in a cute, but slightly amusing way is obviously the best way to make £250.
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