Did you know this was a thing?
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When people discover what snowballing is, they are disgusted.
No, it has absolutely nothing to do with a Winter Wonderland.
Look, when it comes to couples getting intimate behind closed doors, it’s everyone to their own. However, some people have witnessed an act that the vast majority of Reddit users perceive to be quite disgusting.
What is it then?
Well, snowballing is a term used to describe an intimate practise in which s**en is passed from one person’s mouth to another.
The concept is that the mixture of s**en and saliva expands with each exchange between lovers, much like a snowball expands as it rolls.
The phrase “c** swapping” is sometimes used interchangeably with the idea of sharing a mixture of s**en and saliva, regardless of who first e****lated.
Snowballing, on the other hand, frequently involves the partner who e****lated into their mouth first.
There are differences in how the terms are used as a result of this distinction.
Redditors have responded to the disclosure by quickly expressing their disdain.
One says: “Gross. Not interested. There’s not a snowball’s chance in hell my significant other would be keen either.”
Another writes: “I would not do it. I dislike s**en, as well as being allergic to it.”
“It sounds gross,” adds a third. “I wouldn’t try it. I don’t like to have s**en in my mouth anyway.”
However, some have been less disturbed.
One person comments: “It’s SO HOT! I have done it once or twice.
“The idea of what you are doing is hotter than the physical act of it since it can get awkward and messy, but yeah, still s**y.”
While another adds: “Love love love it!”
Interestingly, the term ‘pud’ was used by podcast host and s** columnist Dan Savage to refer to this ‘mixture’ all the way back in 1999.
Snowballing may seem like an unique human activity, yet certain animals have been observed engaging in comparable behaviour.
For instance, male cichlid fish put s***en in a female’s mouth to fertilise eggs.
However, unlike human snowballing, which has its own unique implications, this act is motivated by the need for reproduction.
S**ologist E. Michelle Thomas has provided some helpful advise in the odd occasion that you decide to try this act.
She told Cosmopolitan that it’s critical to put safety and consent first when participating in snowballing.
To establish a safe atmosphere, all people involved should be tested for STIs before moving forward.
Consent should be the main topic of conversation because people’s choices can differ.
Games that provide a fun method to explore wants, such as “Truth or Dare – No Consequences,” can help introduce the subject more easily.
Thomas proposes a few actions that can improve the experience after consent has been acquired.
The flavour of the mixture can be enhanced by drinking enough of water, eating a balanced diet, and abstaining from alcohol and smoking.
A mild introduction is to start with a b***job and have the partner end in the mouth.
Exploration can be done gradually by moving from an open-mouthed kiss to genuine swapping.
It’s vital to keep in mind that a sizable amount of the mixture is made up of saliva, so starting out cautiously, try it without s**en.
In the end, snowballing is a personal decision that necessitates open dialogue, consent, and attention to wellbeing.
It’s a special facet of s**ual exploration that, like all activities of this kind, should be carried out between partners with care and understanding.
People Working In These Jobs Are More Likely To Cheat On Their Partner
There are a lot of red flags in these jobs!
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There are specific occupations where people are more inclined to cheat on their partners.
The prevalence of adultery varies across research and geographical areas, but it is generally believed that 20–40% of married people in the United States have had extramarital affairs at some point in their life.
Age, gender, and cultural standards all frequently have an impact on the likelihood of adultery.
But might employment also be a factor? According to recent studies, that is very likely the case.
It turns out that the best love cheats are bankers and brokers.
Pilots, flight attendants, doctors, and nurses have all been left in the dust by those big-shot financial gurus who have won a shiny gold medal in the unfaithfulness Olympics.
This information was obtained directly from a poll of more than 5,000 women conducted by the “affair dating” website Victoria Milan. These women were either caught red-handed or are now engaging in some extramarital affairs.
According to the survey, a staggering two-thirds of these women—or 65% for those who like numbers—sneak around in the workplace while betraying their partners.
85% of these crafty cheats warn against mixing business and pleasure, so don’t be deceived by the excitement and thrill.
Why then do they take a chance on it all for a quick fling in the office hallways?
Evidently, it livens up the daily grind and makes work more engaging, enjoyable, and even simpler.
After all, why search elsewhere for some illicit love when you can connect with a coworker?
On the other hand, nearly 70% of the women surveyed reported feeling a shiver of dread run down their spines.
It’s a legitimate worry that things could go awry and have an impact at work.
Imagine having to work with your one-night stand after things have gone bad. How awkward would that be?
More over one in five of these cunning poll respondents admitted that there is a good risk their partner may find out about their hidden affair if office gossip gets out of hand.
that really needs a nosy coworker that spreads gossip like wildfire, though?
But here’s the unexpected twist: only 10% of the women expressed career-related dread.
The others appeared to be less concerned with doing a good job and more interested in relishing the exhilarating experience of a work fling.
Let’s take a look at the top 10 cheating professional circles:
- Financial (Bankers, brokers, analysts, etc.)
- Aviation (Pilots, flight attendants, flight pursers, etc.)
- Healthcare (Doctors, nurses, nursing assistants, etc.)
- Business (CEOs, managers, secretaries, etc.)
- Sports (Athletes, instructors, representatives, etc.)
- Arts (Musicians, models, actors, photographers, etc.)
- Nightlife Industry (DJs, dancers, waiters, etc.)
- Communication (Journalists, public relations, communicators, etc.)
- Legal (Lawyers, secretaries, prosecutors, judges, etc.)
- Other sectors
There you have it, then.
Who knew the workplace could be such a hotbed of deceit and love intrigue?
But keep in mind that it’s all just plain old-fashioned rumours.
Therefore, if you don’t want to get caught in the middle of heartbreak and scandal, be true to yourself, be loyal, and keep your personal relationships private.
Woman Learns Her Husband Is Cheating With Their Nanny Due To One Detail In Disney Ride Photo
You can tell there must be more going on when a tale about a family trip to Disney develops into a worldwide sensation.
As a result of revealing what appears to be an intimate relationship between her ex-husband and their former nanny, Natalie, a 33-year-old mother of two from Ibiza, Spain, has become a social media sensation on TikTok.
When Natalie first launched her TikTok account, she mostly talked about her challenging divorce. She first gained notoriety through a video of her and her family riding Disney’s Splash Mountain, which has since been taken down.
“We went to Disneyland in Orlando and took the nanny with us. To help with the kids…. Not the husband,” Natalie captioned the video, which garnered more than a million views. The photo from the ride has caused an uproar, showing Natalie’s ex-husband and the nanny sitting together a little “too close for comfort.”
Others criticised Natalie for selecting a charming nanny. One user commented, “You wouldn’t have had this issue if you had hired Mrs. Doubtfire.”
However, a number of nannies spoke up in support of Natalie. This infuriates me for you as a mother and a former live-in nanny. It’s easy not to do that, someone exclaimed. Another asserted that she would have chosen to sit with the mother or the child before the father.
They had not one, but two nannies on that vacation six years ago, Natalie said in an engrossing follow-up. She talked about how difficult it was for her to leave her job as a stay-at-home parent and transfer to an entry-level job with low income while her ex’s new girlfriend—the former nanny—lives in her previous house.
Spanish divorce law, Natalie explains, doesn’t provide alimony in the way some may expect. “When I got married I was 22 years old, I didn’t have anything when I entered the marriage,” she said. “So any money I get is out of the goodness of his heart. Legally, he doesn’t have to give me anything.”
In another video, Natalie opened up about the mistreatment she’s received from the former nanny, ranging from “vile messages” to filing a police report against her. “She actually filed a police report against me at the beginning of all of this,” Natalie stated, explaining that the charges were eventually dropped.
This domestic saga has stirred a heated debate about ethics, betrayal, and the role of nannies in family dynamics. With her TikTok platform, Natalie doesn’t just seek vindication but seems to spark a larger conversation on the intricate, sometimes painful, facets of relationships and responsibilities within the modern family. Stay tuned for more updates on this ongoing, emotionally-charged story.