Japanese Pink Eye from Eyeball Licking

Japanese Eyeball Licking. Screengrab via Born on Youtube.

Japanese Eyeball Licking. Screengrab via Born on Youtube.

There has been an uptick on Japanese students getting pink eye recently. How come you ask?

According to Japanese media, students are showing up to class with eye patches because they are licking each other’s eyeballs. Literally spreading the eye open and licking. Gross you say?

This is what a Japanese teacher caught his students doing.

“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 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.”

Students justify their eyeball licking behavior with the fact that it is the cool thing to do and that it’s the next base after making out. Watch out because this behavior is catching on outside of Japan.

 

-dontforgetthetea & stay away from my eyeballs-

 

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