Frequently Asked Questions!
OK Boyz and Grrls, If I gotta answer these same shitty questions again, I'm gonna go shave myself bald and I don't mean on my head!
So, NOOBS, MAKE SURE YOU READ *ALL* OF THE FOLLOWING
BEFORE MAKING STUPID COMMENTS IN MY CHATROOM!
I'm only gonna say this once:
Q. What's the deal?
The dealio is special bred pubic crab louses from Japan (not
the same as
homeless people's variety of lice exactly).
They're unfucking believable!
First, they DON'T BITE, they just live off dead skin cells and such in your bush. Really, you're cleaner with them there than without them.
Second, these babies are HUGE!!! Well, huge compared to
regular lice. And they just live happily in your underwear.
It's so COOL! They grow, and have families.
You can feel em living and crawling around. It's like having personal Sea monkeys in your pants ;-)
Seriously, though, they really are my personal pets that go everywhere with me. You get attached to them like any pet.
But here's the best part, how to give and get them with other people?????
SEX! SEX! SEX! SEX! SEX!
How awsome is that? You get busy instead of buy them at a store.
And it makes the sex even awesomer when you know you're passing along little living animals. Tiny beautiful things.
And when you give them to someone else, it's like, they become
of your family since their lovelice are the babies from mine.
I don't know how to explain it. But that's why I started this web site.
So we can talk about how great love bugs are and meet other people into the licing scene.
Q. Why are lovelice such a turn on?
It's so wrong in a right way. I just can't explain how erotic
It makes you feel like you're different but in a good way.
It's something you have that nobody else does but you can give it away and still have it. Kind of like love.
And look, if you don't like it, just wash them right out with kerosene (put out your smoke first). It's not permanent like a tattoo or anything.
PLus, when go down on someone, they're like right in your nose. Its so wild!
Q. Where'd they come from?A japanese bug scientist bred them special. Into like domesticated social insects. Over a whole lot of generations, he picked out the largest and tamest bugs and bred those for the next generation. Just like a cool dog, after a thousand generations you get a beast that's really friendly.
Q. What are they called?
My homeys and I call them the Love Bugz, but I've also heard them called crabs, bed bugs, chinches, Nice Lice, and Love lice.
Q. How can I get some?
You are what we call a bug chaser. You want the gift. The best way to get bred is the all natural route. Ask around till you find someone who's got 'em. Then, you know what to do. Just make sure you grind a lot and hold it all the way in for a while afterwards.They're definitely spreading. I've seen them at school and in the club scene. Most of the clubs I hit have an active infestation going.
If you're a pretty girly in the metro area and you wanna get polinated, then email me and maybe we can get together.
But, if you're cool but you live way out in north bum fuck, I guess I can help you out. I'm trying this to see how it goes but paypal me .99 cents and I'll send you some eggs (they call them 'nits'). I'm a giver.
Q. I shave myself down there. Is that a problem?
Q. Is it itchy?A little, yes. But you get used to it.
Q. You're a FREAK!
Look Sweety, humans have had body lice since from
millions of years ago when
we lived in caves until just recently.
So, who's the freak? You or me?
Who's not living in a 'natural' human condition?
Q. Is this Real / a Hoax / Spoof / etc?
Entophillia (insect fetish) is quite real as any head shrinker can tell you. I think it's weird that people would get off on whipping other people or being whipped. But just because I think it's weird doesn't mean there aren't a lot of people who enjoy it. Lovebugz don't hurt anyone and is actually the most nurturing, sharing, and loving fetish there is!
That's all the questions I can think of for now. If I come up with anymore and put them in. Now, it's off to Louse House Chat Room with you!