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A YouTube gameshow sees seven adults brought together to work out which one is a virgin.
The show is titled 'Odd Man Out' and it largely consists of bringing a group of people together and picking out the person who is different to the rest.
If they find the impersonator, the group splits the prize money. If the impersonator blends in, he or she wins the entirety of the cash prize.
In this special edition in 2019, six non virgins were up against one virgin and the group were racking their heads together to find out who it is.
The group asked each other various questions in order to catch someone out.
"Do you have a nickname for your genitalia?
"When was the last time you had sex?"
"How old were you when it was your first time?"
"How many people have you slept with?"
You get the idea.
After they have a vote, one person gets kicked off, and the remaining are then asked if they think they have the right person.
The host asks the group: "If everyone feels confident that you already caught the mole you can end the game now.
"Raise your hand if you have doubt, and you would like to continue the game."
As each round passes, more and more questions get asked and if the four contestants still remained, the virgin would be revealed.
Emmanuel stayed a virgin for religious reasons and said: "Most people don't expect me to be a virgin and unless asked, I don't say anything."
One user commented: "It was really sweet how the one guy said he didn't want to be defensive after being accused of being a virgin because he said there's nothing wrong with it. That was really nice."
A second added: "Imagine being 25 and thinking its cool to flex hickeys."
According to the YouTube channel, which launched in 2010, each episode averages six million views.
Other popular editions of the show include: six vegans vs one secret meat eater and six straight men vs 1one secret gay man, which racked up 15 million and 12 million views respectively.
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