Q. What's the deal?
The dealio is special bred pubic crab louses from Japan (not the same as homeless people's variety of lice exactly). They're unfucking believable! First, they DON'T BITE, they just live off dead skin cells and such in your bush. Really, you're cleaner with them there than without them.
Second, these babies are HUGE!!! Well, huge compared to regular lice. And they just live happily in your underwear. It's so COOL! They grow, and have families. You can feel em living and crawling around. It's like having personal Sea monkeys in your pants ;-) Seriously, though, they really are my personal pets that go everywhere with me. You get attached to them like any pet.
But here's the best part, how to give and get them with other people????? SEX! SEX! SEX! SEX! SEX!!! How awsome is that? You get busy instead of buy them at a store. And it makes the sex even awesomer when you know you're passing along little living animals. Tiny beautiful things. And when you give them to someone else, it's like, they become part of your family since their lovelice are the babies from mine. I don't know how to explain it. But that's why I started this web site. So we can talk about how great love bugs are and meet other people into the licing scene.
Even if today's Awful Link is totally staged & fake, there's still a good chance it's real enough to a number of people on the internet. Search engines have made every secret perversion into a not-so-secret perversion for everyone of us, and this is sadly one of the more believable bizarre fetishes. If anything though, it's pretty funny how they've claimed the term "Bugchasing" for themselves.
Maria Mitchell is shown holding a telescope to each eye, using them to ogle passing hunks on the street below. OOOGA! Her tongue rolls out like a firehose, her eyes comically bulging through the ends of the telescopes.
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