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snopes 19 March 2009 06:25 AM

Herpes sacs
 
Comment: I've seen this rumor in several different incarnations.

"This is concerning my friend's friend. He was eating out this girl and he
had a small mint in his mouth. Well he loses it so he goes chompin around
trying to find it. Well he finallly finds what he thinks is it and bites
down on it. What he bit down on was a small HERPES SAC. So he bites down
on it and it oozes everywhere, including his mouth." from
http://forum.e46fanatics.com/archive...p/t-82730.html

and

"Today, I was goin down on this girl and she told me to put some
starbursts in her and eat them out. I end up eating four and one of them
tasted really bad, even though i only put three in. Then I realized the
last one was a herpes sac. FML" from http://fmylife.com

Is this possible? Is this true? Thanks [:

Native Medley 19 March 2009 08:18 PM

I did not know that herpes was available by the sac. And what a funny place to keep them.

Esprise Me 20 March 2009 12:04 AM

Yes, I'm sure if you bit down on a blister on a woman's vulva, your first clue would be the bad taste.

Auntie Witch 20 March 2009 12:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Esprise Me (Post 907449)
Yes, I'm sure if you bit down on a blister on a woman's vulva, your first clue would be the bad taste.

I'd assume it would be the screaming and her violent reaction.

TrishDaDish 20 March 2009 04:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Auntie Witch (Post 907457)
I'd assume it would be the screaming and her violent reaction.

Not unlike Pris in Blade Runner.

A Cat Named Easter 20 March 2009 05:07 PM

And here I was, focusing on the starburst and mints. It's not a good idea to mix genitals and food items in any case, but definately stay away from the sticky sweets!

Starbursts and mints, indeed. That's just begging for a yeast infection, honey!

Oh, and it should go without saying, stay away from the honey, too. Seriously, haven't you been listening?

TripleAAA 21 March 2009 03:50 AM

If by "sac", they mean blister, it could be possible in the mint story. Very doubtful, but possible. But if the girl has a herpes blister the size of a starburst....I want the picture in my pathology text book!

Amigone201 21 March 2009 03:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TripleAAA (Post 908719)
If by "sac", they mean blister, it could be possible in the mint story. Very doubtful, but possible. But if the girl has a herpes blister the size of a starburst....I want the picture in my pathology text book!

As long as it's only in YOUR textbook. Yeechhh!


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