Blog posts from the perhaps-inscrutably-named but nonetheless hilarious NCBI ROFL have been a mainstay of DISCOVER’s site for years now.What’s not to love about the authors’ explication of why a smile conceals more than a poker face, whether Gollum suffers from multiple personality disorder, or how one girl apparently got pregnant via oral sex?Be sure to the check out the perhaps-NSFW video from the paper’s supplementary information: Cunnilingus Apparently Increases Duration of Copulation in the Indian Flying Fox, Pteropus giganteus.“We observed a total of 57 incidences of copulation in a colony of the Indian flying fox, Pteropus giganteus, over 13 months under natural conditions.That’s a premise that could wind up coming off very cheap, but Stone’s game actually goes a long way towards subverting the player’s (and society’s) expectations of a traditional sexual encounter.The game starts off pretty much as you’d expect, but as the conversation goes on, the bot mixes up different narratives, sends photos with glitchy errors, and uses gender interchangeably to exert its own varied desires.To perform a pilot study, the following experimental system was designed: 4 piglet corpses, who died of natural causes, were encased in concrete.
Many techniques have been described for removal and various theories have been put forward to explain the mechanics of the procedure. Read More This isn’t the first time we’ve highlighted a report of a bat species that engages in oral sex.
Being that it doesn’t have a physical form, the bot has no regard for expectations of what it should be that are placed upon it from outside sources, which is a freedom a lot of actual human beings fight for every day.
Stone told Motherboard: It wasn’t just to subvert hetero storylines, but to make sure everyone could play, without having so much of a stretch of the imagination.
is a game that is played entirely within text messages on your phone.
The bot on the other end takes you through a sexting narrative based on how you respond to it in the style of old school text adventure games—like talking to Smarter Child, but with more racy photos.