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One of the most sensational news stories emanating from Japan over the past year never actually happened.

This was the great “epidemic” of eye infections that had supposedly broke out among primary school students due to gankyū name, the expression of budding adolescent affection by engaging in oculolinctus, which is a fancy Latin term for licking a person’s eyeballs.

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