Health and Wellness : Licking Eyeballs....say what?!?

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  1. NNQueen

    NNQueen going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Ok brothers and sisters, this is probably going to gross some people out but here it is.

    Is there anyplace on the human body that hasn't been licked??

    Notice I placed this in the HEALTH forum because, again, diseases are being easily spread through this uncommon practice.

    For those of you who may be offended by my judgment on this--so sorry-- but I do think this is pretty....um....unsightly!

    Read it and weep!:qqb007:

    http://newsfeed.time.com/2013/06/14...isnt-just-disgusting-it-spreads-pink-eye-too/
     
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    Let me find out you a little freaky Ms. Queen. Trying to see if there's any place that hasn't been licked. lol


    I'm just teasin with ya! lol

    But yes the article you posted, that's nasty. But to me that's just it, NASTY.

    Wash dat axx and your eyelids too! lol
     
  3. NNQueen

    NNQueen going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    :lol:
     
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    I have had my eyeball licked...it was one of those moments where you are caught off guard and a person tries to do something funny by licking your face but you turn and get your eyeball licked instead...
     
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    How did it feel? Did it feel good enough for you to want to do it again? (Sorry for me being nosy, but I'm curious--not enough to do it though). Hopefully, the person's saliva didn't have a negative health affect on you.
     
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    lol no there was no negative affects on my health...

    It felt like someone poking my eye and it felt wet...it just made my eye tear up just like it would if something poked my eye.
     
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    LOL!!
     
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    This may be helpful NNQueen:



    Experts Warn Eyeball Licking Trend Can Injure the Eye, Damage Sight



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    ABC News - Experts Warn Eyeball Licking Trend Can Injure the Eye, Damage Sight (ABC News)

    A new trend among Japanese teenagers called oculolinctus, also known as "eyeball licking," or "worming," is currently sweeping across the internet in videos and photos.
    The bizarre trend has started popping up onYoutube, Tumblr and Twitter. The practice, in which teens show affection by licking their partner's eyeballs, may have started with a scene in a music video released last year from the Japanese band Born, which features a dramatic slow-motion scene of oculolinctus.
    http://news.yahoo.com/experts-warn-eyeball-licking-trend-injure-eye-damage-190950846.html



     
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