Mobile sex with pooping girls
▼ A brief video introduction to the world of Now while the game’s title might mean “Poop Collection,” it doesn’t mean that the player’s goal is to gather a bunch of droppings like a primate preparing for the poo-flinging match of the century.Instead, you team up with various types of colon bacillus intestinal bacteria (anthropomorphized as cute anime girls, naturally), in order to help preserve peace in Untopia, a magical land located on “the other side” of your toilet.Scroll down to the bottom of the article, and you find a link for “How to Masturbate if You Have a Penis” with the subhead: “There is no wrong way to self-love.” (Concerned about gender equality?Don’t be – Teen Vogue had already published “How to Masturbate if You Have a Vagina.”) And then there’s “5 Reasons Porn is Not Sex Ed,” in which Engle (not the author, but interviewed in the piece) goes out of her way to say, “I’m not anti-porn” and “Whatever type of porn you like is valid and valuable.About a third of hands and a quarter of phones contained , common bacteria that live on skin but can cause illness if they enter the bloodstream.
As I started to rim him, I tasted something strange and said 'your lube tastes weird.' He pulled his ass away, took a whiff, and said, 'I don't think that's lube.' I literally licked his shit-covered asshole."—jasonvenc "My partner and I were using a little butt plug.
That means people are spreading fecal bacteria not just to their phones, but to everything else they touch around them.
can survive on hands and other surfaces for hours, especially in warm conditions (like on a smartphone screen), and is easily transferred to door handles, computer keyboards, food, other people — and back to you.
, which nonsensically exclaims “Should Deny The Divine Destiny of The Destinies.” But I think it may have just lost its throne to “There is a life that can save in the shit,” which was plastered across promotional images at Tokyo Game Show 2016 for smartphone title Un Colle.
is produced by the Japan Unko Society, an organization dedicated to spreading knowledge about stool-related health issues, sometimes in a fun, otaku-friendly way.