180% Humid Intimacy [English], by Hitagiri

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By Oliver (AKA the Admin) on 4 comments
The day nanobikinis become mainstream... will make me sad, it's best as a rare fantasy :D

I protest, hygrometry cannot reach further than 100%, at which state the air saturation in water vapor reaches a physical maximum.

If you have the guts and formidable courage to ignore this shocking violation of the laws of physics, then I guess you won’t object to enjoying this simple and fun happy sex story, including cuteness, glasses, a nanobikini and a hot girl with an ecstatic climax face (me gusta) :3

And thanks to Desu for the very pleasant read ^_^
By Hitagiri, I also share Turnabout Four Eyes, Cat And Mouse Tangle 1-2 and Pizza And The Little Bully, all of them are good!

Open the Complete Pictures Gallery (or the backup gallery)

Here comes the zip link! Help yourselves! ^^
(13 MB, 16 pictures, English)

Or you can also use the Alternative :
Zip Mirror #1 – or – Zip Mirror #2

Will you allow me a fetischist fan note ? AND SHE KEPT HER GLASSES ON THE WHOLE TIME, YAY YAY YAY ! :D  :kickass:

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11 years ago

thank you very much

11 years ago

I've really come to like Hitagiri's works, and now one of my favorite artist. Draws them nice and plump, just like I like it.

11 years ago

Actually, it is possible for humidity to be over 100%. The water in the air needs something to condense onto, such as dust or any solid particle, and absent that saturation can go over 100, at which point it becomes supersaturated. It is unstable at supersaturation, however, and water will immediately condense on any solid object introduced to the system.

Oliver AKA The Admin
11 years ago
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Hey, thanks for that comment, it's interesting !

I thought that, precisely, the amount of water vapour that might be present in the air, the water in gaz form, was, precisely "because physics", strictly limited by the air temperature and atmosphere pressure. And that the "100% hygrometry" figure was that maximum.

And here, please correct me if I'm mistaken, you're saying we can go beyond this value if the air doesn't contain enough particles around which the water could condensate ?