tagged w/ Tongue
The tongue. We stick it out at people when we want to flaunt them. We lick with it. We love with it. The longer the better... or?
Gene Simmons has met his match. Check out my new article, "Hot, Long, Sexy Tongues are Made for Lovin' and are Made for Fun" including a bizarre video on www.SEXYOUALL.net at http://www.sexyouall.net/2011/04/hot-long-sexy-tongues-are-made-for.html and you'll have a fetish lickity split. Literally.The tongue. We stick it out at people when we want to flaunt them. We lick with it. We... more
Tongue piercings have just gotten a cleaner image as researcher have invented one that allows paralysed people to steer their wheelchairs in any direction by only moving their tongue.The new and improved version of the teenage rebellion accessory/fallatio enhancer was developed by Northwestern University School of Medicine in the US and is proving a success with its testers. Martin Mireles, a former church youth leader who got shot in the neck newly 20 years ago was one of the first to have tried the piercing. He is now able to navigate his wheelchair through an obstacle course with his mouth closed (and his tongue waggling around, of course).
How does it work?
Mireles was pierced with a magnetic stud through his tongue. In order to make the wheelchair move, he had to wear a headset with sensors that could pick up the magnetic waves from the tongue piercing. To go forward, he would move his tongue to the upper left corner of his mouth. Easy enough.
Why a tongue piercing?
Because researcher says the tongue doesn't tire easily and is usually not affected by a spinal cord injury because its connected to the brain through the cranial nerve. And the tongue piercing is more effective than when they glued a magnet to a test subject's tongue (which would eventually fall off).In the future, the researchers hope this technology could be implemented to differentiate each task by touch of a tooth. One tooth could mean opening a door, other could mean flipping on the TV. It all sounds amazing but what if you want to use all these features and talk at the same time?
Source: NY Times and Gizmodo Tongue piercings have just gotten a cleaner image as researcher have invented one... more
The concept is similar to a wooden tongue drum. When a tongue is quickly and lightly struck with the finger or mallet, it vibrates creating sound waves. Playing a HAPI is similar to playing the Hang Drum, though the similarities end there, as it is a totally different type of musical instrument. By changing the shape and length of the tongue, optimal vibration and perfect tone is achieved. By arranging the notes in a unique way each note, when struck, excites surrounding notes that are musically compatible with it. This adds to the harmonic spectrum of the tone. Rather than just one tone it can now create a spectrum of supporting sound for each note. The tone is similar to singing bowls or musical bells which create multiple harmonic overtones. The body of the drum acts as a resonating chamber adding depth to the note. An opening port in the bottom of the drum serves three functions. The bottom hole allows the sound to escape and increases the volume. It releases the tone from the body so that the notes do not overlap each other too much. http://www.makeahistory.com/index.php/album-rewievs/42959-hapi-drum-The concept is similar to a wooden tongue drum. When a tongue is quickly and lightly... more
In this installment of the How-To Series we provide this handy tip on getting your tongue frozen uon a metal pole unstuck.
...seriously what a retard.In this installment of the How-To Series we provide this handy tip on getting your... more
Galz with Freakishly Long Tongues----
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For those who cant see, now you have a chance to see using your tongue. The Brainport is a relatively new device that translates signals from a head-mounted camera to electrical pulses that lightly zap your tongue in response to visual stimuli. Though the image that would appear would be in black and white, however for some to be able to see in black and white at all is a huge breakthrough.
Now some may ask how can sending electric pulses to your tongue pop up images in your brain. The reason for this is because once the signals reaches the brain through the tongue, the wiring changes to allow the data to be received as an image, crazy as it sounds it works, its not full proof cause one can only see when an electric pad in on their tongue and for some they don't get a clear image but a image none the less.For those who cant see, now you have a chance to see using your tongue. The Brainport... more
SPOKANE VALLEY-- Remember that scene in the movie, “A Christmas Story” where the little boy gets his tongue frozen to a metal pole?
Well it happened Monday in Spokane Valley.
It was a reminder to every one of what not to do.
A 13-year-old girl stuck her tongue on a metal pole at the old Pratt Elementary in ten degree weather and it froze there.
She did it right after her friend More.. stuck her lip on the pole and it came off.
When the tongue froze to the pole, her friend called 911 and firefighters had to come out and pour water on it to get it unstuck.
Captain John Lovell from the Spokane Valley fire department told KREM 2 news, “evidently she hadn’t seen Christmas Story and didn’t believe it would happen, even though her friend had done it right before her so hopefully they learned a lesson here.”
The firefighter told KREM 2 News it’s the first time in 15 years that he has ever had to thaw a person’s frozen tongue from a metal pole.
The girl says it hurt.
Again the lesson is, don’t try this.
Posted on December 7, 2009 at 6:52 PM
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=9eb_1260420904SPOKANE VALLEY-- Remember that scene in the movie, “A Christmas Story”... more
In a new approach to an effective "electronic tongue" that mimics human taste, scientists in Illinois are reporting development of a small, inexpensive, lab-on-a-chip sensor that quickly and accurately identifies sweetness — one of the five primary tastes. It can identify with 100 percent accuracy the full sweep of natural and artificial sweet substances, including 14 common sweeteners, using easy-to-read color markers. This sensory "sweet-tooth" shows special promise as a simple quality control test that food processors can use to ensure that soda pop, beer, and other beverages taste great, — with a consistent, predictable flavor.In a new approach to an effective "electronic tongue" that mimics human... more
Ok, so being a woman, I find these pictures to be more disturbing and freaky than sexy, but there may be some of you (ahem, guys) out there who like this sort of thing.
Click on the link above to check out a photo gallery of girls whose tongues would give Gene Simmons' a run for its money.Ok, so being a woman, I find these pictures to be more disturbing and freaky than... more
This - Heidi Hamilton, the mistress phenomenally long tongue: 11 cm You just imagine the average length of human language does not exceed 5-6 cm When Heidi begins to show it, it becomes a bit zhutkovatoThis - Heidi Hamilton, the mistress phenomenally long tongue: 11 cm You just imagine... more
Quizno's homoerotic ad for the Toasty Torpedo is just one of the things Conor Knighton talks about in his weekly roundup of the crazy world of 24-hour media madness. This week he also looks at D.L. Hughley going bye-bye, TV Land's 'High School Reunion' going trashy, the Rock going all Miley Cyrus on the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, Oprah going to the Yearning for Zion ranch, the Shamwow guy going nuts, and a girl on the local news going down.
infoMania is a half-hour satirical news show that airs on Current TV. The show puts a comedic spin on the 24-hour chaos and information overload brought about by the constant bombardment of the media. Hosted by Conor Knighton and co-starring Brett Erlich, Sarah Haskins, Ben Hoffman, and Sergio Cilli, the show airs on Thursdays at 10 pm Eastern and Pacific Times and can be found online at current.com/infomania. And make sure to check out our facebook profile for special features at http://infomaniafacebook.com.Quizno's homoerotic ad for the Toasty Torpedo is just one of the things Conor... more
Newcastle Crown Court has heard that Tracy Davies deliberately bit down hard on her boyfriend Mark Coghill's tongue during a drunken kiss, cutting the front third off.Newcastle Crown Court has heard that Tracy Davies deliberately bit down hard on her... more
The tireless tongue already controls taste and speech, helps kiss and swallow and fights germs. Now scientists hope to add one more ability to the mouthy muscle, and turn it into a computer control pad.
Georgia Tech researchers believe a magnetic, tongue-powered system could transform a disabled person's mouth into a virtual computer, teeth into a keyboard -- and tongue into the key that manipulates it all.
"You could have full control over your environment by just being able to move your tongue," said Maysam Ghovanloo, a Georgia Tech assistant professor who leads the team's research.
The group's Tongue Drive System turns the tongue into a joystick of sorts, allowing the disabled to manipulate wheelchairs, manage home appliances and control computers. The work still has a ways to go -- one potential user called the design "grotesque" -- but early tests are encouraging.
The system is far from the first that seeks a new way to control electronics through facial movements. But disabled advocates have particularly high hopes that the tongue could prove the most effective.The tireless tongue already controls taste and speech, helps kiss and swallow and... more
The tireless tongue already controls taste and speech, helps kiss and swallow and fights germs. Now scientists hope to add one more ability to the mouthy muscle and turn it into a computer control pad.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, a university in Atlanta, believe a magnetic, tongue-powered system could transform a disabled person's mouth into a virtual computer, teeth into a keyboard, and tongue into the key that manipulates it all.
The group's Tongue Drive System turns the tongue into a joystick of sorts, allowing the disabled to manipulate wheelchairs, manage home appliances and control computers. The work still has a ways to go - one potential user called the design "grotesque" - but early tests are encouraging.
Ghovanloo's work centers on creating a virtual keyboard instead of a physical one. He does that through a magnet about three millimeters, or about one-tenth of an inch, wide that is placed under the tip of the tongue.
The magnet's movement is tracked by sensors on the side of each cheek, which sends data to a receiver atop a rather bulky set of headgear. It is then processed by software that converts the movement into commands for a wheelchair or other electronics.
It is an impressive display, and Ghovanloo said he hoped he could one day add dozens more commands that turn teeth into keyboards and cheeks into computer consoles.
The tireless tongue already controls taste and speech, helps kiss and swallow and... more
This short film basically shows the viewer what "taming the wild tongue" means. Three skits are used, each with a different example to show what is the taming of the tongue. The three examples portray this consciousness through the school, home, and work environments.This short film basically shows the viewer what "taming the wild tongue"... more
Hanging out watching the World Cup Final when England lost to South Africa in the rugby and some wild girls in Twickenham did some tongue tricks and one even swallowed a fist!
Hanging out watching the World Cup Final when England lost to South Africa in the... more