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E3: Chest bumps with booth babes

1:07 PM on 06.07.2012 // Jonathan Holmes

I'm still not totally straight on the proper terminology here. Booth babe? Booth Companion? They both sound kind of creepy, which makes sense, as the whole concept of paying women to stand around at a videogame event so attendees can take pictures of themselves hugging them is kind of creepy. 

I asked some of these people if they wanted to chest bump, and a lot of them did. Watch for bonus cameos from professional Juliet Starling cosplayer Jessica Nigri, ex-Dtoid live streamer Pico Mause, the developers of this game about lemurs, and many more. 


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