Snowballing or snowdropping is the human sexual practice in which one takes someone else's semen into their mouth and then passes it to the mouth of the other, usually through kissing. The term was originally used only by homosexuals. Researchers who surveyed over 1200 gay or bisexual men at New York LGBT community events in 2004 found that around 20% said they had engaged in snowballing at least once. In heterosexual couples, a woman who has performed fellatio may afterwards return the semen to her or to one of their partner's mouth, mixed with saliva; the couple or other partners may then exchange the fluid several times, causing its volume to increase. Many heterosexual men are uncomfortable with the practice. The practice is very visual, making it a popular activity in pornography and when more than two people are involved. Snowballing is commonly seen in bukkake films.
The numerical value of snowballing in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of snowballing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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If Yingluck is impeached this could easily spark snowballing sympathy for Yingluck and a resurrection of pro-Thaksin and pro-democracy sentiment that could give way to the potential beginning of demonstrations, military repression of these demonstrations could increase sympathy for them, and the longer the military remains in power, the less likely it can sustain societal approval for doing so.
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