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The Linux sex life - An illustrated story

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What if your sex life resembled Linux in some way? What if words like long-term support, desktop, kernel, and window manager were some kind of a naughty analogy to how our sex life looked like and vice versa?

Ladies and gentlemen, Dedoimedo proud presents The Linux sex life - An illustrated story, a comic strip portraying the sex life as one big Linux innuendo. The story is available as nine individual images or one gigantic 680x4704px roll. Drums please.

The Linux sex life - An illustrated story

Without further ado, here you go:

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