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I've been doing a lot of browsing today and have had a few really good laughs, much needed distraction for me right now. Charles Anderson sent this to me about a month ago. I got a great laugh from this and wanted to share it here as well.

Pfizer Corp. announced today that Viagra will soon be available in liquid form, and will be marketed by Pepsi Cola as a power beverage suitable for use as a mixer. It will now be possible for a man to literally pour himself a stiff one. Obviously we can no longer call this a soft drink, and it gives new meaning to the names of "cocktails," "highballs" and just a good old-fashioned "stiff drink." Pepsi will market the new concoction by the name of:

MOUNT & DO.

Thought for the day: There is more money being spent on breast implants and Viagra today than on Alzheimer's research. This means that by 2040, there should be a large elderly population with perky boobs and huge erections and absolutely no recollection of what to do with them.

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A quick one before dinner will no longer be a drink.

What about during dinner...?

Adam

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A quick one before dinner will no longer be a drink.

What about during dinner...?

Adam

:) I don't think you'd make it through dinner, unless that's what you call a dinner...hehehehehe ;) dinner and dessert is combined!!!!

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...t gives new meaning to the names of "cocktails," "highballs" and just a good old-fashioned "stiff drink."

How about 7Up?

(Or maybe that should be 5.08Up if Wikipedia is right about average length).

J

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...t gives new meaning to the names of "cocktails," "highballs" and just a good old-fashioned "stiff drink."

How about 7Up?

(Or maybe that should be 5.08Up if Wikipedia is right about average length).

J

LMAO....it's not the size that counts but what you do with it that matters....Yikes. Hmmm...perhaps this "little" saying doesn't hold much weight in certain circumstances. :huh::o

Not saying that wiki is correct on average length as that wouldn't surprise me and close to the standard perhaps but certain circumstances those that don't meet the average length....well, I'll keep my opinions to myself. D'Oh Gawd, I dread being so brutally honest sometimes but it is what it is. A is always A. :o It definitely can limit what can be done quite a bit.

Hmmm...maybe shouldn't be talking about this but I guess, hell, have never been shy about much of anything and always able to talk about anything without getting all squirmish and stuff and shy and like, OMG, I so shouldn't be talking about this, it's like so not appropriate, you know. LOL :lol:

But didn't quite expect the convo to go in this direction. I just expected a few LOLs and great stuff and that's the extent of it. Hey, nothing like a good somewhat dirty joke I suppose.

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I had a gif file and it came in wmv text language.

Back to the drawing board lol.

Adam

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I wonder if Coke still has the rights to "the pause that refreshes."

Maybe I am too young or just so far out of the loop and rarely watching TV, probably for most of my life, that I'm not familiar with that saying and is news to me. Damn, I probably need to come out from underneath my rock at some point. LOL but whoa, if it's that refreshing and ooooo...aaaaa.....I'm not sure anyone in their right mind would want a pause...at least not at that point, but hey, whatever floats your boat.

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I had a gif file and it came in wmv text language.

Back to the drawing board lol.

Adam

Yeah, I tried to look at that link and unfortunately didn't bring it up...no pun intended....LOL But very curious as to what it was now!!

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Not saying that wiki is correct on average length as that wouldn't surprise me and close to the standard perhaps but certain circumstances those that don't meet the average length....well, I'll keep my opinions to myself. D'Oh Gawd, I dread being so brutally honest sometimes but it is what it is. A is always A. :o It definitely can limit what can be done quite a bit.

I'd bet that about 85% of the males reading this thread have taken a ruler with them into the bathroom within the last day and a half to double check how they compare to the average.

J

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had to laugh at Curb Your Enthusiasm the other day. The girl accuse Jeff of having a tiny penis and he accused her of having a huge vagina. :) So the "size matters" works both ways eh? To me brains matter.

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had to laugh at Curb Your Enthusiasm the other day. The girl accuse Jeff of having a tiny penis and he accused her of having a huge vagina. :) So the "size matters" works both ways eh? To me brains matter.

GS:

Brains and Kegels! Now there is a ticket. Hmmm sounds like Sarah Palin to me.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kegel_exercise

Adam

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Not saying that wiki is correct on average length as that wouldn't surprise me and close to the standard perhaps but certain circumstances those that don't meet the average length....well, I'll keep my opinions to myself. D'Oh Gawd, I dread being so brutally honest sometimes but it is what it is. A is always A. :o It definitely can limit what can be done quite a bit.

I'd bet that about 85% of the males reading this thread have taken a ruler with them into the bathroom within the last day and a half to double check how they compare to the average.

J

That wouldn't surprise me one bit. But it's interesting the different perspectives coming through on this thread. Some are referring to length while others are referring to girth. I find it interesting as to what areas seems to be the most important to each person. Of course, all the above is important but unique in every situation and where there "may be" an issue for that couple.

GS writes:

had to laugh at Curb Your Enthusiasm the other day. The girl accuse Jeff of having a tiny penis and he accused her of having a huge vagina. So the "size matters" works both ways eh? To me brains matter.

LMAO...well, that too can be a serious issue, especially if she's been around the block way too many times and has had more than her share of overly large males or perhaps due to an elasticity issue from multiple child births but there's ways to work around girth issues, one of which is proven not only to work with girth probls but also enhancement for both people. But also lubrication and the degree of excitement on the part of the woman can also interfere a lot not only with smaller men but with men that are of a larger size. There's so many other factors that should be considered.

What I specifically was referencing is that a smaller man can limit a lot in what can be done, most obvious are positions, unless you can just say that position ain't gonna work, honey, your ass is too big. Yikes...LOL No, I'm not referencing that certain area of the body as an alternative but am referencing a position when length can become a serious issue. There's many others where length can limit an act but won't go into it here because it definitely wouldn't be very appropriate for this site. If it was a site more along the lines of human sexuality, different techniques to try, educational type site, then I wouldn't see a problem in going into more details but there's also a few youngsters on this site and some of this, inclusive of what I'm saying now, may very well not be appropriate and wouldn't be appropriate I would imagine.

DF writes:

You pervert!

I was waiting for you to eventually chime in....and always get a good laugh. Such a smart ass sometimes!! ;)

Adam writes:

Brains and Kegels! Now there is a ticket. Hmmm sounds like Sarah Palin to me.

http://en.wikipedia..../Kegel_exercise

Adam

To both Adam and GS, most definitely is the mind the most powerful sexual organ!! Adam, I'm floored that you would bring this up of Kegels....my hat goes off to you. It's usually doctors and women that know they have a problem or just want to enhance sexual experience for them to know about and how to do kegels. Typically it is a common prescription from a doctor to tell a woman about kegels after having just given child birth. But typically not necessary unless there's multiple births and things go back to what it was beforehand. But I find it interesting from a sex addict I knew that has stated he can tell when a woman has given birth and when she hasn't and that there is a distinct difference between the two which I found very interesting in that this is the first time I had been told such a statement. At any rate, even kegels are not always necessary. They have ben wa balls that can help a woman with strengthening the muscles and inclusive of all things, actual weights that can be used for the die hards. There's also something that the man can do that will increase girth and just a tiny amount will lengthen but I don't think enough length that a man may want but there are always risks with it.

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CNA:

Well since that pelvic platform has been penetrated [ducks from incoming objects being thrown], there are male Kegels and I believe there is a post here at OL that Ba'al posted on another clenching process.

I am continually surprised at the number of women who are not well informed about their own genitalia. The most stunning area is in female ejaculation.

My perception is that American men, generally, are pretty ignorant about love making and the routine mechanics of eroticism. A Different Kind of Loving is a good start. Any of the Tantric concepts are worthy of knowing.

The difference between sex, love and playing erotically is unfortunately still sub rosa in society.

Adam

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CNA:

Well since that pelvic platform has been penetrated [ducks from incoming objects being thrown], there are male Kegels and I believe there is a post here at OL that Ba'al posted on another clenching process.

I am continually surprised at the number of women who are not well informed about their own genitalia. The most stunning area is in female ejaculation.

My perception is that American men, generally, are pretty ignorant about love making and the routine mechanics of eroticism. A Different Kind of Loving is a good start. Any of the Tantric concepts are worthy of knowing.

The difference between sex, love and playing erotically is unfortunately still sub rosa in society.

Adam

Oh, you are most definitely correct as is Ba'al. I'm trying to think of the name of those muscles as I have also written briefly about it here on this forum for both men and women. Not only does it help with strength of the erection but also proves wonderful for the prostate, as well as lengthening the time of the actual act, enabling multiple orgasms for a man. But has been reported, from personal experience, that when tightening these muscles before ejaculation actually subdues the sensation of the big O for a guy and the orgasms thereafter are not as strong as if they had completely let it go the first time. Btw, no, it's not so technical such as that when making love...it's all about experimenting and getting input. If it doesn't work the first time, then try again. If it still doesn't cut it so to speak, then try and experiment with something else.

More women are known for multiple orgasms but it seems to elude most men and how to attain it. But of course, tantric aspects will teach these methods. Not only does kegel exercises help in incontinence for women but also helps incontinence for men if this is an issue by strengthening these muscles for the man -- I'm at a loss right now for the actual name of that exercise, although it may also be known for men as kegel exercises possibly but not sure as of right now. At any rate, sexually and healthwise benefits individually as well as whole for a couple

You are most correct about the ignorance in general, not all of course. It's no doubt a skill that has to be learned rather than just the wham bam thank you ma'am type thing. I would be interested to know what exactly you mean by the female ejaculation. Can you clarify in a bit more detail as to what aspect of the female orgasm you are referencing? Are you referencing in terms of actual fluid being produced? Hmmm...given I know my body extremely well, I would be interested to hear what exactly it is you mean by female ejaculate??

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CNA:

I hate to use Wiki as a "scientific" source, but this time they do a decent job.

http://en.wikipedia....ale_ejaculation

I can personally attest to the fact that it occurs, rather consistently, from my personal experience.

Adam

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CNA:

I hate to use Wiki as a "scientific" source, but this time they do a decent job.

http://en.wikipedia....ale_ejaculation

I can personally attest to the fact that it occurs, rather consistently, from my personal experience.

Adam

Interesting article, although didn't read it all the way through but in what I read, the article seems to fail to note the 3 other G-spots if you will that are located in the vagina, totaling 4 altogether, the most powerful being what is known as the X spot which is far more powerful than the G-spot but this is where length of the male and how long the vaginal canal is in the woman that can hamper stimulating this area. Although I do know of positions and techniques that can be used to help shorten the vaginal canal and making it easier to hit this spot. I know the ever elusive G-spot they say is hard to find or if it even exists as some say. But in reality, it's not that elusive as to where it is as the tissue surrounding and that encapsulates what is known as the G-spot is texturally different and more sensitive to touch than the surrounding tissue. But can I attest to this occurrence of female ejaculate? Yes, I can. But I can't attest to a consistency of it, from personal experience, no. BUT it depends on what area you are aiming to stimulate the most and the amount of ejaculate that is produced, how aroused she may be.

I scanned through the bottom portion of the article and I found it interesting that incontinence is also brought up as to a possibility of a slight amount of urine being leaked when the muscles begin to contract during an orgasm. This is also valid. There's numerous publications, in and out of tantric techniques, that encourages a woman to have intercourse with a full bladder because that full bladder will put additional pressure onto the pelvic floor, making it easier to have a big O. I can attest to this occurrence as well. Depending on the strength of the orgasm, you can lose control of this aspect, albeit for a short duration when the muscles are contracting. It depends on the person. As for me, this is not something I practice in that I don't like to have the feeling of having to go to the bathroom during love making. But again, there's other techniques to help increase blood flow instead of risking urinating on your partner. Always the Buts, but again, it really depends on the person and if Golden Showers are something they enjoy.

I'm beginning to wonder if Mike can split this thread into a different forum. The substance of the convos is definitely not for the humor section. I'm curious if I should also ask Charles to come on board with this discussion as he is also educated in this regard and have had numerous conversations with him about human sexuality and some of these topics now being discussed. It's interesting to get the male's perspective and furthering my own understanding as a female. Human sexuality is a fascinating subject for me as well as a few others that I know. It is readily apparent that this very subject is a fascination for you as well. It's funny because some of this stuff I haven't talked about in a very long time so it may be that I need to brush up a bit and verbally expressing some of my ideas and what I know, terminology such as the specific muscles involved and so forth.

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CNA:

Precisely.

"...the tissue surrounding and that encapsulates what is known as the G-spot is texturally different and more sensitive to touch than the surrounding tissue."

It is quite dramatic and it is also dependent on the pelvic tilt and a number of other variables. However, if the male is fully present, there are other pulses, color changes, breathing.

frankly a cacophony of queues that you frankly have to be deaf, dumb, and blind not to be aware of them.

You are also astute in that openness exponentially elevates everything about eroticism.

There is a female physician in Northern Italy that is doing cutting edge work on this area of female ejaculation. I will find her article and post it or email it to you.

Adam

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CNA:

I hate to use Wiki as a "scientific" source, but this time they do a decent job.

http://en.wikipedia....ale_ejaculation

I can personally attest to the fact that it occurs, rather consistently, from my personal experience.

Adam

I do see in the article presented in reading through it a bit more that they do make reference in the reference links at the bottom that they do mention one other area and that is the AFE zone but there's no mention of the PFE zone or the X spot which is located near the cervix.

I'll read both links rather than skimming through them. When I saw exactly at what point of the female orgasm you were referencing and that's the actual fluid that is released and the extra lubrication, yes, of course so I went ahead and responded but then skimmed through the rest of the article. I would find it interesting that if they've gotten rid of the X spot terminology as the AFE zone is also known as the deep spot but who knows. But no doubt this X spot hasn't been recently discovered but rather it's finally been "formally" discussed with sexologists and the like.

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CNA:

Precisely.

"...the tissue surrounding and that encapsulates what is known as the G-spot is texturally different and more sensitive to touch than the surrounding tissue."

It is quite dramatic and it is also dependent on the pelvic tilt and a number of other variables. However, if the male is fully present, there are other pulses, color changes, breathing.

frankly a cacophony of queues that you frankly have to be deaf, dumb, and blind not to be aware of them.

You are also astute in that openness exponentially elevates everything about eroticism.

There is a female physician in Northern Italy that is doing cutting edge work on this area of female ejaculation. I will find her article and post it or email it to you.

Adam

Yes, you are most correct. But if a woman is at all familiar with her own body, she should be well aware of exactly where the G spot is located. I did find it interesting in the wiki article about the AFE zone. I know there are very specific positions and what exactly needs to be done in order to stimulate this area which is also close to the cervix. Thinking more about this and how to locate it; that is, the X spot, I wouldn't see it as close to the cervix but the area stimulated is the actual cervix itself. The one I am specifically referencing is not on the actual vaginal wall itself as referenced in the AFE zone but the tip of the cervix, X spot, which I am sure you are well aware anatomically is similar to two small balls if you will at the entrance into the uterus depending on how and from what position you can feel the cervix. Hmmmm....the X spot is referenced and how I know it by most fortunate personal experience..LOL..is directly on the cervix itself and not the area surrounding it. I won't go into the other techniques as I think it's too personal. But I also found it interesting that it references the AFE zone is also on the posterior wall which they originally termed the PFE zone. This area I have not personally experienced and still wonder as to the validity of this other area since I don't have any personal first hand experience with it, although have tried in different techniques to locate it but still as of yet haven't been able to find it. I also do know that rectally for a female just as in the case with a man and the prostate is very powerful in the actual act and the differences in orgasms are distinctly different. So I'm still yet to find the PFE zone posteriorly but there is definite sensitivity in and around this area but the actual tissue markers, I'm unsure of.

Please do post away that link or article, I'm very interested to read it.

Since we're talking about something that some or many see as taboo, there's no need to be so formal in calling me CNA. Angie is fine. :)

I'm wondering if I can get this freakin' paragraph to make sense. Oi

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CNA:

I hate to use Wiki as a "scientific" source, but this time they do a decent job.

http://en.wikipedia....ale_ejaculation

I can personally attest to the fact that it occurs, rather consistently, from my personal experience.

Adam

I do see in the article presented in reading through it a bit more that they do make reference in the reference links at the bottom that they do mention one other area and that is the AFE zone but there's no mention of the PFE zone or the X spot which is located near the cervix.

I'll read both links rather than skimming through them. When I saw exactly at what point of the female orgasm you were referencing and that's the actual fluid that is released and the extra lubrication, yes, of course so I went ahead and responded but then skimmed through the rest of the article. I would find it interesting that if they've gotten rid of the X spot terminology as the AFE zone is also known as the deep spot but who knows. But no doubt this X spot hasn't been recently discovered but rather it's finally been "formally" discussed with sexologists and the like.

CNA:

"...X spot which is located near the cervix." Yes I am impressed. I have very long fingers so I know that you are correct. I was not aware of it finally getting a name. Learned something new today. X does mark the spot.

There is also a study by one of the sexology folks downstream from Gräfenberg, Kinsey etc. who had the ejaculate from a number of subject female volunteers analyzed and there were almost no traces of urine in the fluid.

I will have to put together the three or four solid studies that I have kept because I have seen a lot of resistance, by some, that it exists. It does. Big time.

Adam

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I just posted about the Heller bio on another thread, Rand’s cat Frisco comes in for rough treatment in the book, so by free association I thought I’d share this bit of radio ventriloquism.

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