Love Island: Chris sparks confusion online with discussion of the 'Anaconda' sex position

'Waiting for the Internet to break again after the amount of searches for the ‘Anaconda’'

Sabrina Barr
Monday 29 July 2019 15:01 BST
Love Island 2019: Chris reveals the 'Anaconda' is his favourite sex position

Love Island contestant Chris Taylor has sparked confusion online after he revealed the "Anaconda" was his favourite sex position.

The islanders were faced with a challenge in which their knowledge of their partner was tested during Friday evening's episode,

In order to get to know each other better before the challenge, Chris and Harley Brash – who had coupled up the previous night – asked each other a series of questions, including what their favourite sex positions are.

Chris informed the estate agent that his preferred position is the "Anaconda", a revelation which stumped quite a few fans of the ITV2 reality dating programme.

"Everyone that's watching Love Island right now is 100 per cent googling 'The Anaconda'," one person tweeted.

There are conflicting reports online as to what the sex position actually entails.

An entry on Urban Dictionary says it is a form of the missionary position which is a "rare combination of a sexual position and a state of euphoria caused by a male and a female being deeply connected to each other sexually, mentally and emotionally".

However, another description says it as an unorthodox form of fellatio.

Several Twitter users expressed their bewilderment after trying to discover what the sex position is.

"What is your biggest regret in life? Googling the 'Anaconda'," one viewer tweeted.

Last month, fellow islander Curtis Pritchard caused a website to crash after revealing his favoured sex position.

The professional ballroom dancer stated that his preferred position is the "Eagle", a position similar to missionary which involves the person underneath positioning their legs in the air.

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The official Twitter account for Love Island, claims Curtis' admission caused the "Eagle" to become the most searched sex position on the Internet.

Even Curtis' brother, Strictly Come Dancing professional ballroom dancer AJ Pritchard, said he found himself asking: "What the hell is the eagle position?"

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