I’ve had a crush on my grandmother ever since she gave me my very first blowjob on my thirteenth birthday.I was visiting her for a couple of hours and we were having a pretty good time kidding around.
I was only 13 but I was face-fucking my own Grandmother like a man possessed!
When I startd cumming, my knees gave out and I fell over backwards pulling my cocksucking Grandmother down with me.
“All of the structures formed a sharp, offensive weapon,” writes Xu Jing, who first looked at them under an electron microscope.
(, with its five-clawed palpus, was branded as “less offensive”.) They crawl!
That’s not to say they’re restricted to the face: has been found in the hairs of the ear canal, nipple, groin, chest, forearm, penis, and butt too. They prize bodily real estate that’s flooded with oils (sebum). It might also explain why their numbers are apparently higher in the summer, when hot temperatures ramp up sebum production. Instead, he said that they feast on the cells that line the follicle, sucking out their innards with a retractable needle in the middle of a round mouth.
On either side of the mouth, has a seven-clawed organ (a “palpus”) for securing itself to what it’s eating.
(One of my students noted it was undoubtedly the first invertebrate metazoan to visit the moon! The first estimate came from a 1903 study, which found the critters in 49 out of 100 French cadavers. The mites aren’t inherited at birth, so each generation picks them up anew, probably from direct contact with our parents. The mites spend most of their time buried head-down in our hair follicles – the stocking-shaped organs that enclose and produce our hairs.
The next count, from 1908, found them in 97 out of 100 German cadavers. They’re most commonly found in our eyelids, nose, cheeks, forehead and chin. Some say they eat sebum, but Nutting thought that such a diet wouldn’t be nutritious enough.
They move about in darkness and freeze in bright lights. The mite has no anus, and stores its waste in large cells within its gut. Their favourite hook-up spots are the rims of your hair follicles. The young mites take six days to reach adulthood, and they live for around five more.