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Ultra Bingo: Pacifier!

There's nothing creepier than watching a nearly naked full-grown adult (male or female) fiendishly suck on a little rubber nipple while writhing and humping to hardcore techno. That's called acting like a horny baby. And it's wrong in a million different ways.

By some miracle, though, Crossfade found Leah, a girl with purple hair who almost makes the whole pervy kinder thing look cute. She was just hanging out by the Ultra Music Festival essentials tent, browsing Blow Pops and Jolly Ranchers. We stood back for a second, watching. And then we asked if we could snap her photo.

Whoa, wait a minute ... Maybe we're the creepy ones?

No way. BINGO!

Download the high-resolution PDF version of Ultra/Miami Music Week 2011 bingo card.

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