How long can you watch these people make out before getting turned on or grossed out?
I feel weird
Do you even remember that really weird (kind of hot) video of strangers meeting for the first time, and kissing and basically just getting it on over their clothing?
It went viral a few years ago, and Tumblr-teens in high schools across the country were sat in the back of their history classrooms, trying to disguise the fact they were watching it while attempting not to get too turned on for school.
Nobody could decide if they loved it or hated it, and so eventually it turned into a meme as most confounding good-bad things do.
Well, Gen Z was just blessed with their own version, but it's even more unsettling than the first, because it's in slow motion — the only "motion" to ever make things worse.
Seriously, it's super hard to watch. It's not even hot-weird anymore, it's just weird-weird.
If you made it more than 45 seconds, feel free to correct us, but know we'll be judging.
Because if you did, and especially if you made it all the way through, that means you must be into some really fucked up porn, too.
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