Man ‘retires’ from Pornhub after finding soulmate

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This guy finally got his happy ending.

Julian Edelman’s viral retirement tweet may have been moving — but it’s got nothing on this former Pornhub devotee, who announced that he’s done with the skin-flick site after finding true love.

A screenshot of the touching farewell speech currently boasts over 400,000 likes and 65,000 retweets on Twitter.

“Boys I am not here to watch but to announce my retirement,” wrote the reformed porn addict, who goes by “liljdub1” on the site. “I have officially found the one person who is right for me.”

He goes on to describe his non-webcam soul mate as a “brilliant, beautiful and loyal” person who makes him happy every time he wakes up.

Speaking about why he left the digital sex bazaar, liljdub1 said that watching hardcore pornos while in such a committed relationship “felt wrong” — almost as if he was “cheating.” So much for the sexpert opinion that porn can improve your love life.

He concluded, “I hope one day you guys that are reading this find the same thing I have and I know you all will miss me and I will miss you.”

Needless to say, the announcement took Twitter by storm with fans jokingly praising the ex-Pornhub trustee’s farewell address.

“Diagnosis: WHOLESOME,” Tweeted one newfound supporter.

The ex-Pornhub user's retirement speech took Twitter by storm.
The ex-Pornhub user’s retirement speech took Twitter by storm.

“Farewell fellow soldier, our platoon will remain here on the battle field still searching for the number 1 video,” wrote another social media satirist in jest. “Rest easy now brother. We will take it from here.”

Another joked that the message was among the “Top ten most romantic things I ever seen.”

However, some were skeptical that the user quit Pornhub of his own volition: “Girlfriend standing behind him as he types the message,” quipped one Twitter wit.

Others took the opportunity to share screenshots of other jarringly wholesome comments on Pornhub.

Sincere or not, the “retirement” speech comes amid a raging debate over whether porn is bad for your health. Certain studies claim that watching online whoopie can improve one’s sex life and promote gender equality, while countervailing research says that it can conversely destroy relationships, up the chances of erectile dysfunction, and even foster sexual violence.

In December, a shocking exposé revealed that Pornhub had been disseminating videos of rape and child sex abuse, prompting the site to crack down on illegal content.


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