Comma Sense: Nonrestrictive

Nonrestrictive, dependent clauses: When a dependent clause adds information to a sentence without changing its meaning, set it off with a comma.

She is the madame of the house, which offers both male and female prostitutes.
I squeezed all the muscles in my pelvis, another trick for exaggerating an orgasm.

Now you try:

Nobody likes a sloppy kisser not even sloppy kissers.
He held his dick just outside her cunt which salivated excessively.

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  1. The correct punctuation is:

    Nobody likes a sloppy kisser, not even sloppy kissers.

    He held his dick just outside her cunt, which salivated excessively.

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