Friday, January 13, 2006

LFK Week 3- Felching

Sorry for the delay, NYC took a lot of energy out of me. But I think after reading this week's LFK, you'll understand that some things are worth waiting for.

So without further adieu,


Felching is a sexual practice in which a person sucks semen out of another person's vagina or anus. The semen is usually that of the person doing the sucking, though this is not always the case.
The term can also refer to sucking
enema fluid from a person's vagina or anus, though this definition is much less common. Milk, water, urine, beer, orange juice, or spritzer are often used in this kind of enema, though introducing alcohol into the anal cavity carries a high risk of death through alcohol poisoning as the rectum absorbs fluids far more quickly than orally-ingested fluids. Milk is a popular fluid due to its likeness in colour to semen. It is often squirted into the mouth of the sexual partner and shared between them both.
The term is also used in reference to several other sex acts, specifically:
urban legend, the act of inserting small animals (more specifically, rodents such as hamsters, gerbils or mice) into the anus or vagina, which is a form of zoophilia. (See gerbilling.); or
The act of
defecating on one's partner's torso, which is a form of coprophilia.
Felcher is used as derogatory term; goat felcher is popular in many
Internet forums. Felcher has also been used as slang in the United States Air Force to describe airmen who masturbate excessively.
Felch is also a sound effect to be used in
shock entertainment. it is when a person farts so that it sounds wet.

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As a personal note, I'm not often judgemental in presenting LFK, but I have to say- the definition of felching that involves animals is disturbing. Now, if you want to felch humanely, then I'm all for it. So felch along LFKers, just leave the gerbils out of it. And by it, I mean your asshole.


Blogger kEviNg1984 said...

What if the gerbils or small animals in question are de-clawed? Still a no go?

5:43 PM, January 17, 2006


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