After November NNN No Nut November ended, December DDD Destroy Dick December is finally here. What is DDD? Is participation in the DDD Challenge harmful to health? Let’s find out with Innnewyorkcity VN!
What is DDD?
DDD stands for Destroy Dick December, this is a challenge for those who have completed the No Nut November (NNN) challenge. The DDD challenge requires you to continuously spin your hand until the end of December.
DDD stands for Destroy Dick December. To complete NNN you must stop filming or having sex for 30 days in November, then you must masturbate continuously throughout December on DDD if you wish to complete the test of this challenge. Sounds easy doesn’t it, but contrary to what you might imagine, the number of times we “turn the hand” equals the number of days in December. That is, if you turn your pointer once on day 1, then on day 2 you must turn your hand. 1 time. Raise to 2 times and so on, until the 31st you have to do 31 times. So the total number of times you masturbate in December is 496 times.
Where does DDD come from?
The origin of Kill Dick in December comes from @rapper2k (an Instagram user) on November 10, 2017. He published an article mentioning the DDD challenge and received 7,500 likes. Then, on November 12th, another user named Loss8 posted a photo on Instagram that was supposed to represent the rules of December’s Destruction.
DDD Defeat Dick Challenge Rules December
Origins of DDD – Kill Dick in December Since then, this challenge has become a very popular trend and it continues to this day. As the number of participants increases, so does the damage they cause.
Is DDD dangerous?
Unlike NNN, which is said to be beneficial to physiological health, DDD – Destroy Dick December brings many consequences. Here we must correct that masturbation is not bad, but also has good effects on men’s health and psychophysiology. Excessive masturbation like the December trend Destroy Dick is really not recommended.
Accordingly, masturbating too much on a daily basis leads to exhaustion, often fatigue, pain in the genitals, reduced sperm quality, and potentially life-threatening male diseases. In addition, many deaths are caused by excessive masturbation. Therefore, you really should not join this trend and encourage it to spread.
Why did the Kill Dick trend go viral in December?
Currently, unique, weird, and humorous trends are easily spread and accepted by many people, but they do more harm than good. This helped spread Destroy Dick December. For example, No Nut November, when Destroy Dick December received little celebrity support, NNN was mentioned by some influential people to help this challenge spread widely. And if NNN is known, the follow-up trends like Destroy Dick December are more likely to be accepted by young people.
Why is the DDD Destroy Dick December trend so strong? Not only that, more and more groups are posting information online about the benefits and reasons for “rolling hands” to stimulate men more. join this trend.
Do men really expect December Dick’s destruction?
The sad thing is that many young men today actually look forward to the destruction of December’s Dick as a good reason to masturbate. The desire to satisfy one’s desires makes many people assume that December can “get along well” with itself. With only 1 month per year, it’s no surprise that this challenge offers a sense of accomplishment. a new feeling that cannot ignore the aggressive nature of men.
Men looking forward to DDD Destroy Dick December?
Why is Destroy Dick December unpopular in Vietnam?
It used to be called “Thuan Phong”. Since you are constrained by an invisible standard, if you openly embrace this trend, it will really degrade your image in the eyes of others. As a result, our country is less affected than other countries.
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Here’s what you need to know about December’s DDD Kill Dick Challenge. Do you think it will be a difficult challenge and will do more harm than good and whether you will participate in the challenge. Let Innnewyorkcity VN know!
Source: INN NEW YORK CITY