This Couple’s Instagram Is So Steamy That Their ‘Artsy’ Photos Keep Getting Yanked

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02.19.16 3 Comments

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Honestly, I think Valentine's Day is a pretty poor excuse to make an effort for your loved one. Caring for, surprising and doing what you can to make sure he or she know how much you appreciate them should be a regular thing. Once you find a real connection with that super special someone, nothing else really matters. Since meeting this little bundle of golden gypsy @sallymustang ☀️ she's been the source of my ambition to create something more than I have. She's literally changed my world – she's changed the way I see it. She's made me appreciate the beauty around me that I never really recognised before. She's motivated me to push myself and I have been. I know how lucky I am, I know how many people are constantly wanting to spend time with her and obviously I know why. When I'm with this gypsy, no matter what – it's all f🙊🙊king good! and I appreciate it every time I wake up next to her, every time she kisses me, every time she laughs and every time she says something crazy (which is often). Valentine's Day is way overrated… 'Date night' is something the Gypsy and I created to make sure that no matter how much we both have going on with work – we put 100% of that afternoon/ evening towards one another and it's something we do weekly…. We usually spend half the day preparing a feast for us, we have a few drinks, we watch a sunset or appreciate nature in some way and then…. Well you'll be hearing a little more about date night tomorrow ahaha 🙉🙊🙈 I just love our love @sallymustang the words to describe what you mean to me simply do not exist, I'll forever be speechless 😍😘🌻🌺

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Within the flurry of self-indulgent food and tourism photos one usually finds on Instagram, some accounts are voyeuristic gems where one can easily lose themselves while scrolling. Australian couple Mitch Gobel and Sally Mustang have both crafted out solid audiences (he’s gathered 88,000 followers while she boasts 123,000). Both are painters with distinctive styles that somehow seem to blend into a cohesive unit. They both also practice the “sex is art” card, so their pictures tend to get a bit lurid.

To that end, Instagram has gone on a deleting spree for both accounts, for I guess some people don’t enjoy looking at two beautiful people having artsy, sex-ay time. Both Mitch and Sally claim to have been “deleted” and reported many times, but admit to crossing “boundaries” with a few photos. They’re a little upset about censorship, but also mourn the lost energy from setting the scenes. This NSFW image still stands, but the description will cause rampant blushing. These two also enjoy body painting.

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