What Volume Is The Inside Of Your Mouth (WVITIOYM)


#1

Meant to post this the other day and forgot about it, but here it is in my drafts!

what is it? A hot new game sweeping the nation! Players compete to show they have the most voluminous mouth

who can play? Almost anyone! All you need is a glass, some water, a measuring jug and a mouth.

but how do I play? Simple, dummy! Just fill your mouth up with water, as full as it’ll go (do not swallow) and then transfer the contents of your mouth into a measuring jug. Simply report back the amount of water in the jug!

how did you do? Thank you for asking! I scored 98ml. Not my best effort, not my worst.


#2

mr-bean


#3

Fucking love this mate


#4

Looking forward to knowing your score


#5

I am excited about playing this game!


#6

Will do this when I get home tonight. I’ve got a massive head so I reckon I’ve got a good chance on scoring well in this.


#7

I will do this later.


#8

Video entries encouraged


#9

Be bad if anyone accidentally drowns themselves doing this


#10

^cock in hand


#11

Now you’re talking


#12

I played with my Girtner the other day so can’t post that video because I respect anonymity but I’ll have another go later


#13

I’ve got an FAQ and I can’t find the FAQ section, so I’ll post it here instead:

what if you only have one measuring jug and that’s in the fridge, full of the blended remains of onions, peppers, spices and beer that you slow roasted a lamb leg in, the other day?


#14

I saw this video the other day and it amused me.


#15

It’d be really bad I agree.

Trying to fill your mouth with loads of water is quite unpleasant and I found myself swallowing by accident quite often.


#16

Look, this thread is gonna be filled with innuendo, ok? Grow up.


#17

Does your mouth need to be closed in order for the submission to be valid?


#18

wait, is this inspired by that time theo tried to measure the number of sips in a pint? or is there another video of somebody spitting water into a measuring jug for ages?


#19

A fantastic question. I think probably yes. There has to be a very distinct transfer from glass to measure for fairness, no dribbling it in


#20

It is not, but be rest assured he pointed the similarities out to me already