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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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.
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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