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Jessica Valenti on Twitter: "Middle age adult men do not have 16 yr old “girlfriends” - they have victims https://t.co/31Zb9saHoy"
"Middle age adult men do not have 16 yr old “girlfriends” - they have victims"

re: John K. of Ren and Stimpy
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9 weeks ago by po
Woman's Tongue Gets Inseminated By Squid After Eating Undercooked Seafood | IFLScience
As documented in a 2012 edition of the Journal of Parasitology, the foreign bodies were identified as squid spermatophores (sperm-containing capsules) belonging to a Japanese flying squid (Todarodes pacificus). Rather foolishly, the woman had not removed the internal organs of the squid and proceeded to only parboil it for a few seconds before eating it, meaning its spermatophores were still alive and well.

“As soon as she put a piece into her mouth, she felt like many 'bugs' were biting her oral mucosa,” the study reads. “She experienced severe sharp pain and spat out the entire portion without swallowing. Despite that, she could feel many small squirming white bug-like organisms penetrating her oral mucosa.”


NOOOOOPE
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9 weeks ago by jm
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Do no harm. Stop this educators seriously.....do better.
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january 2018 by audrey
Do Flies Throw Up On Our Food? - Seeker
Another fact about flies is that they can't chew, so in order to eat, they spit-up enzymes onto their food, which dissolves it and lets them slurp it up.

They only need to touch your food for a second for their legs or the tiny hairs all over their bodies to transfer germs from all those nasty things they eat onto what you're eating. And since flies can transfer serious, contagious diseases like cholera, dysentery, and typhoid, it's probably best if you avoiding eating things that a fly lands on.
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january 2018 by dandv

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