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What if His Holiness became His Thirstiness?

Warning: The following article features sexually explicit tweets that are NSFW.

“The Feast of the Sacred Heart reminds us that God loved us first: He is always waiting for us, welcoming us into His Heart And Asshole.”

No, that isn’t a line from an Assassin’s Creed porn fanfic. Welcome to “Pontifux,” a new horny Twitter account that’s sure to give you an eye-opening look into the papacy’s personal life.

Pontifux, or @pontidottxt, works a lot like other .txt accounts on Twitter: It regularly posts new, out-of-context tweets curated around a specific theme. In this case, Pontifux merges the Pope’s official Twitter account with tweets from various lewd accounts and .txt feeds, creating some incredibly hilarious mashups that talk about everything from masturbating to watching anime porn.

The account was created by Twitter user ProdigalFailson, who went viral on Thursday after using TweetMashup.com to merge Pope Francis’ Twitter account with JAV Titles, a .txt Twitter feed that grabs Japanese porn video titles and posts them out of context.

Pontifux has since taken on a life of its own by combining tweets from such accounts as Rule34.txt and masturbate.log. Here’s a few to get you started.

Some of Pontifux’s tweets get pretty kinky.

And just flat out gross.

As it is written in the Gospel, Jesus came.

It didn’t take long for Twitter to join in on the fun as Pontifux’s tweets have blown up across the site.

His Holiness’ thirstiness is proving too much for some Twitter users to handle.

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While Pontifux is a more recent phenomenon, Twitter mashups aren’t anything particularly new. Pontifux’s formula is pretty simple too, and users can create their own porn-inspired tweets by simply combining any account with a lewd .txt feed. Here’s how our Twitter feed stacks up through the site.

TweetMashup with Daily Dot's Twitter account. Ana Valens

TweetMashup on Twitter Ana Valens

TweetMashup and Daily Dot. Ana Valens

Chilling. Maybe it’s time for us to switch focus.

Ana Valens

Ana Valens

Ana Valens is an LGBTQ reporter and essayist for the Daily Dot. Her work has previously appeared in Bitch, the Establishment, Vice's Waypoint, Rolling Stone's Glixel, and the Toast. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.