Gleeking (also gleeting, gleeping, glitting, gleaking, glicking, glanding, geezing) is the projection of saliva from the submandibular gland upon compression by the tongue.
In general, gleeking occurs when an accumulation of saliva in the submandibular gland is propelled out in a stream when the gland is compressed by the tongue. The stream of saliva is released in the general direction of the front of the mouth. If the mouth is open the jet may project several feet. Gleeking is more likely when the salivary gland has been recently stimulated, but even a residual amount of saliva in the gland may be released by gleeking.
Gleeking may occur spontaneously due to accidental tongue pressure on the sublingual gland while talking, eating, yawning, or cleaning the teeth. Gleeking can also be induced, for instance, by pressing the underside of the tongue against the palate, then pushing the tongue forward while simultaneously closing the lower jaw and moving it slightly forward; or by yawning deeply and pressing the tongue against the palate. Practice is usually required to induce gleeking consistently, and induction is more likely to be successful under conditions of salivary stimulation (e.g. by certain types of food or biting your tongue).
gleeking in the mirror
how to gleek
lol i havent shaved in a long time....
also second part of the video is just slowmotion so you can see it better
I can remember this being a big thing like when i was in 7th grade (early 90s) and can do it on command whenever i want to it helps a lot when i drink like soda or something sweet but i can do it without drinking or eating something sweet i can put my tongue at the bottom of my mouth and fill it filling up the gland and know if i push my tongue up and out like that it will shoot it man i can shoot it on command upwards of probably 3 feet if not more.
i can do that since im a child. im able to produce a solid squirt whenever i want. i used t troll people with it. anybody i ever asked couldnt do it. finally i know, that im not the only one and that its called "gleeking".
I learned this as a child and have it perfected now as an adult. I can shoot it on command, it's accurate, and I do it to people I don't like when they are talking to me and they can't prove it because the camera doesn't pick that up lmao.
if you cant handel people trolling you back why dont you stay off the internet. if you think every one is serious about what you are tying then you are the one with the lowered iq not the people reacting to your shitty posts
Yeah, I can't see how you get your glands that high. I feel in my mouth and it's like they're glued to the bottom of my mouth, much lower on that stretch of muscle. Must be one of those things that you just have or you don't, like detached earlobes, tongue rolling, or common sense.
Try the description above but instead of just pushing the tongue, try pushing the bottom of your tongue, the area where the saliva actually comes from, forward. Works every time. At least when there's saliva in the gland.
It's kind of cool when you can do it at will which I do too often I think, but when I was sitting in a circle of people real close at a table going over some papers and popped a hard candy in my mouth for breath reasons, well, won't do THAT again.
I do this involuntarily sometimes when eating something really sour. It has also happened in couple rare occasion when talking. Once happened mid conversation with my girlfriend. "You just spat one me!!!". That was one of the awkwardest moments of my life...
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