Tired of trawling YouPorn or Pornhub for spank-worthy material? Well, an unlikely new contender for explicit eye candy has recently emerged in the form of Twitter's video sharing service Vine.

Launched last week as an iPhone app, Vine has already been co-opted by our favorite group of people on the internet: those looking to share naughty videos. Search across the hashtags "#sex" or "#porn," for example, and you'll be treated to a veritable treasure trove of NSFW stuff. Oh internet, you continue to find new ways to be awesome.

Given their anti-censorship stance, it seems unlikely Twitter will make a move to block content on the service beyond the ability to tag videos as inappropriate.

Apple, however, is another matter entirely. The company recently pulled two apps -- 500px and Viddy -- from the app store due to inappropriate content and some wonder if Vine will suffer the same fate.

All of this means one thing for us porn lovers -- get the app while you can, but don't blame us if your texting finger sprouts hair.