The definition of motorboating (courtesy of Urban Dictionary) is "The act of pushing one's face in between two ample breasts, and rocking one's head side to side very rapidly while making a vigorous, lip-vibrating "brrr" sound."
So, to recap: when a group of guys who run dating website Simple Pickup - Jason, Jesse and Kong - decided that they would donate $20 to breast cancer for every woman who'd let themselves be motorboated, the money was then kindly but firmly rejected.
In a follow-up video, Jason, Jesse and Kong have clearly not forgiven the 'small group of feminist radicals' who intervened in their money being donated.
But, the story they have to tell about what they did do with the money is incredibly touching once you block out the whining about their money being rejected.
They ended up donating the money to an individual rather than a charity and the recipient was single mother of three kids Crystal Cody, who bursts into tears when they turn up at her house and explain what they'd like to do.
Take a look at the video, which places the focus firmly where it should be - on Crystal, and on the issue of breast cancer, and how important it is to get yourself checked out. In the end, they said that it was a "blessing in disguise" the money was turned down because instead, they got to make a personal connection with someone.
If you'd like to donate any money to the cause, the lads have set up a site for Crystal here. Well done boys, you got there in the end.