Credit: Aol On Photo: Eyeball Licking

Anything having to do with the eyes immediately freaks us out. Whether it’s touching it, popping it out of one’s head for a world record (you can also add squirting milk out of the eye gland to that one as well), or now licking it. We can’t make that up. Kids in Japan have actually begun to lick each others’ eyeballs as the next “base” after French kissing in their relationships.

Japan Crush features the testimony of one janitor, known only as Mr. Y, who found students in the supply closet licking each other’s eyes at a Japanese school:

After class one day, I went into the equipment store in the gymnasium to tidy up. The door had been left open, and when I looked inside, a male pupil and a female pupil had their faces close together and were kind of fumbling around. Could it be bullying? I wondered, but when I had a good look, the boy was licking the girl’s eye! Surprised, a  [sic] shouted “What are you doing? Stop it at once!” and the two of them were so shocked they jumped apart. The girl burst into tears, and the boy just went bright red and was shaken up. At any rate, to try to calm them down I took them to the janitor’s room and listened to their story.

It’s unclear where this fetish originated, but Huffington Post and Quick Fix thinks the odd erotic activity came from a Japanese metal band’s music video, which features eyeball licking. The fetish has since inspired younger kids to try out the growing fad, leaving many suffering from styes and conjunctivitis (pink eye).

"My boyfriend started licking my eyeballs years ago and I just loved it,” Elektrika Energias, a 29-year-old environmental science student in the U.S. Virgin Islands, told the Huffington Post. “I'm not with him anymore, but I still like to ask guys to lick my eyeballs. I just love it because it turns me on, like sucking on my toes. It makes me feel all tingly."

The Japanese school mentioned in Mr. Y’s story decided to call an assembly for the kids’ class to talk to them about the potential dangers of the act. When asked whether any other kids had tried eyeball licking or had their eyeballs licked, one third of the students confessed. One third!

"Nothing good can come of this," San Diego ophthalmologist Dr. David Granet told HuffPo. "There are ridges on the tongue that can cause a corneal abrasion. And if a person hasn't washed out their mouth, they might put acid from citrus products or spices into the eye."

That makes our eyes water just thinking about it! Why would anyone want to have their eyeball licked, and how could it possibly feel good?


Credit: Aol On Photo: Eyeball Licking Fetish Leads To Pink Eye Outbreak Among Japanese Teens

Source: Japan Crush, Huffington Post


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