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Flo Rida And Sia Get Our Whistles Wet At The Teen Choice Awards

Sia was right!

Flo Rida really is a Wild One!

The two of them absolutely DOMINATED tonight at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards!!

His performance was kind of a public service too! He taught all the fresh-faced teens in the audience how properly to blow a whistle!

And that's important because… wait, what do you mean whistle-blowing is a euphemism for fellatio?

Awkwardz!!

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Flo Rida's Whistle Pierces Your Mouth Ears!

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Just put your lips together and come REAL close!

We recently teased you with a mini-snippet from Flo Rida's not so subtle ode to giving head…

And now the tubular track is here in its fully engorged glory!

The visual for this penis-themed summer-jam throbs with plenty of sexy ladies ready to blow all over Flo's Whistle!

Let Flo Rida slip his Whistle (above) into your eagerly awaiting ears!

We wonder what other sexual acts Flo will allude to in his forthcoming album, Wild Ones

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Flo Rida Wets His Our Whistle

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That’s just dirrrrrrrty!

Check out Flo Rida (above) teaching the ladies how to properly grip his panhandle!

Hot, hot, hot!! The girls in this teaser have more curves than the Pacific Coast Highway!!

Whistle is the most recent single off his upcoming album, Wild Ones. The video premieres in its entirety on Thursday!!

(Spoiler alert: the whistle is his peen. Right??)

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Dolphins Have Unique Catchphrases

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Two marine biologists studying dolphins have found that when a new group of dolphins meets another they have a signature whistle they use as a greeting.

Sort of like a: "Hello, I am Delphino, of the clan Swimsalot."

And then the other group responds with their whistle like: "What's up, yo."

LOLz!

It's just one dolphin that does the whistle, like their leader.

The whistle was only used if they were specially interacting with another group of dolphins, not just near by others.

So this really is a "hello!"

So cool.

A Cetacean biologist who read the study said this could open up all sorts of possibilities.

She said:

"We know dolphins learn to copy each other's signature whistles. What if they use a signature whistle to refer to a 'third party' or a dolphin that isn't there?"

Dolphins can talk smack on each other!

They're just like humans!

LOLz!

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