Have you got a pus-filled boil? Perhaps an oozing, infected wound of some sort? Would you like to know if you can share the bumps on your crotch?
Then welcome, one and all, to the illest, most disgusting Question community around,
If you're wondering about the sick shit going on with your body, or your cat's body, or maybe that green shit growing out of your parapelegic uncle's face, look no further for your answers! This is the place to ask all the questions you're way too embarrassed to ask anyone you actually know. No worries, kids. We don't judge, we think your oozing anus is really sexy.
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