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The soap format really isn't made for the Web, but that doesn't stop people coming up with new and interesting variations in the hope of worldwide audiences (and dollars).

This latest one sells itself as the "first erotic websoap on the Internet" (are there other websoaps not on the Net?) and comes from a country with a proud tradition in erotica - the Netherlands. So what can Sexy Sister offer you that will have you hooked, get you to stay in, make you obsess about its characters' lives?

Well it's got semi-clad men and women walking around a set in a low-budget porn kinda way, eating breakfast and being smutty - and all in glorious Windows Media Player on a two-inch screen.

Add to this the fact that the "action" frequently stalls (where is that darn ADSL when you want it?), continuity is non-existent (she isn't wearing any knickers! She is now!) and the acting is poor at best and you're not left with much.

Hang on, though - isn't this precisely the formula of nearly every successful soap since time began? Plus this one has nearly naked people in it. It's a smash!

PS For those of you that swing the other way, sexy sister has a Gay Brother. They've thought of everything! ®

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