If this isn't Miley Cyrus being so Miley, then we don't know what is! The year-old singer shared a rather racy Instagram pic earlier today. The sexy shot shows a painting of her sticking her tongue out behind a girl spreading her legs wide open in the air. The girls' crotch perfectly aligns with Miley's tongue, giving viewers the optical illusion that the pop star is licking the person's, well, crotch. For the record, we're not sure if this is Miley licking her own crotch or a fan in a photo that was sent to her online. I juzzzzz don't know what toooo callllll ittttttttt.
When it comes to understanding men—and their interest level in you—do you need a translator? We asked the top body-language experts about men's most confusing mixed signals and found that it's not what he says but what he does that really matters. You've seen it in cartoons: When a cat's about to pounce on a mouse, it licks his lips first, right? That anticipation might even be making him feel uneasy. Just be wary, warns Wood: "If he grimaces while he does it, it shows the need to have things correct or perfect. All our body-language experts agree that when a guy rocks back and forth, he's having a mama's-boy moment.
The reason for this is because unless you're five years old, an unadventurous straight girl, or some other manner of person who sucks, you've probably had your mouth on a vagina and want to grow better and better in your skills as your life moves forward. Don't you wanna be a winner? Don't you wanna succeed in the ongoing battle of mouth vs.
Body language guru Judi told The Sun Online that Cheryl was using the performance to give a strong signal about her newly-single status after the end of her romance with Liam Payne and called the bizarre licking moment the most sexual gesture of the whole dance. She explained: "When she licked at what looked like a tattoo on her hand before wiping it along her bum. She told us how, like Michael, Cheryl's routine was overly choreographed to be genuinely sexy. She said: "Michael's moves looked sexy, but they were choreographed dance steps rather than anything genuinely offensive or shocking.