Squirt Alert 2015

When these girls cum they not only scream, they squirt! Watch as they shower the guys and themselves with a torrent of pussy juice night after night in Squirt Alert. There's a lot to be seen when these girls get relaxed, because a couple minutes of fucking turns these insatiable creatures into fountains busting and billowing with liquids that inspire their male fuck buddies to ejaculate all over the room as well.

Soda Squirt 1933

Flip is the owner of a brand new drug store, and you'd think it was the Academy Awards night. There is a spotlight, a red carpet and a list of celebrities that all show up for this momentous occasion.

Mini-Squirts 1967

Mini-Squirts (1967) shows two kids (a boy and a girl) playing house, only to take the roles of husband and wife in a movie/soap-opera fashion, complete with organ music and overly-dramatic dialogues.

Squirt

Squirt was a New Zealand children's television show, produced in Dunedin. It had been aired since 1996 and on two different TV networks, coming to a close on 25 November 2006. Squirt was aired every Saturday morning, originally from 7am to 9am, then from 8:30am to 10am, eventually running from 8:30am to 9am for only 30 minutes. In the original time, many cartoons were aired, such as Cow & Chicken, Batman of the Future and Earthworm Jim just to name a few. There were also weekly competitions, and many informational segments such as "Out There!" and "Astounding Squirt Facts". It was notable for Dunedin based production company TaylorMade, and Animation Research Limited's pioneering use of "live" motion capture, used in the 3D animation of the digital co-host Spike The Penguin. A performer was off camera in a special costume, making all the moves and vocal responses to the main host's comments, which played back in real time on a monitor for the crew, while all the motion was digitally recorded, which could then be applied to a fully rendered Spike, and composited into shot in post-production, ready for broadcast.

Squirt TV

Squirt TV was originally a public-access cable show created and hosted by New York City teenager Jake Fogelnest, who was 14 when the show began. The show was later picked up by MTV. The show was filmed in Fogelnest's bedroom, and both the public access and MTV versions featured guests, including Kevin Smith, The Wesley Willis Fiasco, Cypress Hill, Liz Phair, Cibo Matto with Sean Lennon, and Noise Addict.