Read this post as you draw an oatmeal bath, because you'll need something to ease all the itching you'll feel by the time you're done.

There are just some topics that will make you itchy, just by talking about them. You don't need to actually see what it is that's making you itch. You just have to think about them or hear someone mention them. I can't tell you how many times I've written stories about some of these topics, and have left scratch marks all over my arms. The pictures only add to the experience.

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This list is not for the faint of heart. (or fair of skin) Get ready. Trim your nails, so you don't hurt yourself. Let's see how itchy we can make you.

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