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Ah, the subtle art of lovemaking. The subject has been written about extensively over the decades and centuries, from the Kama Sutra—which is believed to have been composed sometime between 400 BCE and 200 CE by the ancient Indian philosopher Vātsyāyana—to the extensive modern works of German-born sex therapist “Dr. Ruth” Westheimer.
There are many schools of thought when it comes to the act of sex, but perhaps nothing is quite like this (now-deleted) tweet by @aintulefteye this week, which details an ostensibly standard (for him, anyway) intimacy session.
Now that’s a lot to take in, pun absolutely intended, but it’s the last part that got the most attention: two minutes of nuts flying everywhere. Like, is this even physically possible for human being to achieve that? Would a person even want to achieve that? That seems like it can’t be healthy for the human body—and that includes all and any parties involved.
So it’s not at all surprising that the tweet went viral as people wondered just what a “2 minute nut” would entail.
1:37 into the obligatory 2 minute nut session pic.twitter.com/fDyfRjStA6— actlikeaboplikeabitchlikeajwaterfron.. Type beat!! (@baskgod) June 18, 2018
Me after busting a 2 minute nut pic.twitter.com/7aVHD0r7RH— Scummerino (@mannycruzcomedy) June 18, 2018
When your 2 minute nut is finally over pic.twitter.com/MxJudt95fB— Gabrieł (@EuropeanCoke) June 18, 2018
"2 minute nut" pic.twitter.com/k1PuPs61Vz— Craig Bro Dude (@CraigSJ) June 18, 2018
Me during 2 minute nuts... pic.twitter.com/GgFsTN65bp— ⚜Suit Gawd, MPA (@Fresh_Logic) June 18, 2018
An actual visual of nutting for 2 minutes pic.twitter.com/Fa4H71gMDL— dean (@DeanlsReal) June 18, 2018
Wake up from that post 2 minute nut coma like pic.twitter.com/KDYcdsaTz3— plantanos con armani (@freezep0p) June 18, 2018
Me after my first 2 minute nut pic.twitter.com/n7pyTLByjm— |MM| ProtoMan.EXE (@WAVESGOD) June 18, 2018
Me after the 30 second mark on a 2 minute nut pic.twitter.com/iYh2FQP9gP— Nell (@Chief_Nell) June 18, 2018
After the 2 minute nut leaves your body pic.twitter.com/iFrNxopor9— plantanos con armani (@freezep0p) June 18, 2018
For the record, “longest male ejaculation” does not turn up the type of scientific Google search results one might hope for, so as The Leftovers taught us, maybe it’s best to “let the mystery be.”
H/T Know Your Meme
Stacey Ritzen is a reporter and editor based in West Philadelphia with over 10 years' experience covering pop culture, web culture, entertainment, and news. You can follow her on Twitter @staceyritzen.