Does someone gleek? Can one use gleeking otherwise than for fun?

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    The English language has a verb "to gleek".
    Gleeking is spraying/shooting of the saliva jet from the sublinguar salivary glands. It's nasty, I know. But it's funny too. I do it just for fun and I would like to know if it's possible to use the ability to gleek somehow seriously.
     
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    gleek THIS !!!
     
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    There are other message boards catering to children. Might I, respectfully, suggest one of those might suit you better?
     
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    I don't think that this thread is EXCLUSIVERY for children.
    It's first USA forum that I know.
     

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