Big-Dicked BelAmi Models Speak Better English Than Most Americans

Posted March 6, 2017 by with 30 comments

b7fa75d57a4ed2996d2bfb73eb914f98I’ve heard hunky Gino Mosca speak a little English before, but in the video released today by BelAmi partner site Freshmen.net, all of the dialogue (including the cameraman’s) is in English, which takes a second to get used to (trailer below). Most BelAmi/Freshmen scenes contain subtitles, but not today.

english1Mosca (who I just realized looks like Clark Kent/Superman?) sounds great, and his scene partner is newcomer Benny Saverin:

e6d92f75c96da364e214e6bf43c6e848Trailer (watch full scene here):

[Freshmen: Gino Mosca Fucks Benny Saverin Bareback]

Here in the United States of Trump, most Americans can barely speak English, so props to these guys for being smarter than most of us. Adding to the multi-language and international surprise, another Freshmen model who’s about to make his gay porn debut this week is from Colombia, and he speaks fluent English, too. His name is Jhon:

[Freshmen: Jhon]

  • PaulieP

    does that surprise you… if only bel ami had a rugged branch i would be in heaven

  • moondoggy
  • Marik Ishtar

    I’ve heard that not only do they teach English at a young age but a lot of countries have English parts of town, like we have Spanish and Chinese.
    Major cities have also been noted having multilingual street signs.

    • sxg

      Some cities in the US has that. There are at least 2, maybe 3 areas. I’ve seen Vietnamese and Chinese signs, and I think I might have seen a 3rd in our officially named Ghandi district.

  • Zealot

    There are many things contributing to the decline of our language, some cultural, some technological. We tweet, and text and use acronyms to convey thoughts and feelings. I’m surprised that we speak at all with the ease technology has afforded us to ignore one another in droves. I stopped being offended by people walking into me while texting or whatever they’re doing on their phones. Now I just carry an air horn and wait until they’re as close as possible before blaring it at them. Just kidding. I just scream “watch out”!

    As we see here, Bismillah simply cannot speak, but IS able to text. I mean…isn’t whitening her teeth just as important as verbalizing her feelings?! I mean, talking is so over rated. Sheesh! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/e680705fffde25a06881f7a88692d655e181d9d5e101c93885dceb6c017d4d8f.jpg

  • sxg

    This isn’t surprising. I thought it was pretty common knowledge that most Europeans are bilingual because grade schools try to make a second language on their students obligatory, at least in more urban/metropolitan areas of countries. Wish the US would do the same.

    • olfwob

      I wish that too. A few weeks ago i was invited to dinner at a friends house in berlin germany. 15 germans and 2 americans, all of us spoke (or tried to speak) english because of the 2 guys from the states. After a while i was curious and asked one of them, how long he will be in berlin for holidays. He laught and told me, that he is living since 6 years in berlin. I said “oh great, than we can speak german?” but he told me that he can`t speak german. the group of people has dinner at least once every month and he has no problem that 15 people have to speak another language because this guy refuse to learn the language of the country he lives in.

      • McM.

        I wish so as well, but bilingualism is uncommon in large expanse counties where the population speak a common tongue. Brazil and Russia share this characteristic along with the U.S., each with federal units/subjects and states larger than many European countries. Over 80% of each population speak Portuguese, Russian, and English respectively and are unlikely to require knowledge of another language in their lifetimes. The U.S. is an outlier in that it doesn’t have an official language.

        That 15 Germans fumbled with English b/c 2 Americans refused fluency in the official language really says something. They would not receive the same courtesy were they to come to America. Next month at that dinner tell the guy to “learn the fucking language!”

      • nick

        How can you not pickup German after 6 years in Germany, do would you survive ?

        • olfwob

          there are a lot of start ups and other companies with a lot of english/american staff and because it`s “cosmopolitian” the used language is english. Same in big companies like SAP or Google, Microsoft IBM`s german branch offices.

          • nick

            I know but, all the signs, the tv, the food labels, newspapers etc. are in German, you’d have to pick it up even if you weren’t really trying.

    • McM.

      Aren’t we trying to kick the foreigners out?

    • Maximus

      I concur. Given population demographic projections, it’s ridiculous for any American public school not to have early Spanish education integrated into elementary school curriculums. In addition to the practical benefits of bilingualism, child development research has found that early learning of multiple languages often increases performance in other cognitive domains.

      • nick

        Spanish ? That sounds like Mexican talk to me, over the wall with you !

        • Maximus

          ¡Dios mío! I’ve been exposed!

    • Mah-kee-ah-toe

      After being stationed in Germany, Japan, and Korea… I have to co-sign
      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/2874af1e5ddee60d08dbb3341fbf7240b3b77c375706c07749de2af5501fa48f.gif

  • FieldMedic

    In a previous interview Gino related how he is not from Czech and his family moved there when he was a young child, so naturally his English skills are very good as it was his first language.

    • BelAmi

      I can guarantee you Czech is Gino’s first language, but he does have close family in the US where he picked up most of his English. Rick Lautner is another guy who is as equally fluent as Gino, and we have an in-house English teacher now for a lot of the new models (results are varied)

      • Ant

        Isn’t one of your editors fluent in English too? the one who does the subtitles, with glasses who used to model, i forgot his name sigh

  • WhimsyCotton

    Gino and perfection are one and the same. Listening to him speak is truly delightful. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c40936946e159f39e150111f072abe77d5b85259da287a9499b9c821fb004f69.gif

  • Tobi
  • emercycrite

    Gino just got 100x hotter. Sexy voice and accent

  • J.D.

    How can a man be so beautiful I’m in shock.

  • BLACKjHAMMER

    Jhon right now is just a skinny kid with a big dick put on a few pounds and he will be all
    right

  • goosegui
  • COCKTASTE

    their boys are sooo cute. Damn! But I still need Timtales..

  • Pertinax

    To learn a foreing language is a hard task, no matter people say that isn’t. You have to be methodical, you have to be patient because you’ll make lots of mistakes in the process and have to use it in a daily bases or you won’t improve and will end to forget most of what you learned. It’s a deal that you make with yourself for the rest of your life because the second language wasn’t learned naturally in the childhood and you have to fill the gap between your mother tongue and the new one. I mean every one that acquired the basics of a foreing language try to rise it at the same lavel of his own’s tongue and it’s hard mostly because you’ll have to be skilled enough to soften your accent, for example. But none of these blur the happines and satisfaction when time is come and you ” magically ” begin to understand others …Maybe babies ( us ) had had this feeling before. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/005e71053e6d3a360508a7bad2afc26b4e7719baa2c5b837309f8acee24a9bc5.gif Pardon my English, sir.

  • Ed Woody

    While I absolutely agree with all the swooning over Gino, who is just impossibly beautiful, I also said ‘dayumm!’ when the Colombian boy’s dick was unveiled.

  • Donttryit

    I’ve rarely ever heard any of the Bel Ami models speak anything beyond broken English, lol. So I won’t give them too many props at all. Kind of like Antonio Biaggi who STILL can’t type a paragraph online that is fully coherent. lol Then again, my ex has been here for decades from Mexico and his English is still…uh…well he gets by well enough, but we weren’t having too many deep meaningful conversations in English.