Semen good for women's health - Alas it's a DM article...

Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by exJenny, Nov 17, 2013.

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  1. exJenny

    exJenny War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

  2. Beezer.

    Only problem is that the Daily Mail's scientific integrity is lower than the NSPCC's opinion of Jimmy Savile. It is unable to get any health reporting facts correct and sensationalises one-off bad studies therefore simply confusing people.

    Having said that, I'll happily take part in a randomised controlled trial into this topic (not that Mrs AD would permit it).


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  3. This sounds like a good pick-up line! :numberone:
     
  4. Is it any good for hair loss?
     
  5. "Good morning Doctor.......I'm feeling a bit depressed. Got anything for it?"

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    "Open wide and say....Ahhhhhhhhh"
     
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  6. Yes a Dr Finknottle sperm gargle.


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  7. So he wasn't lying, shit.

    All works well unless he is riddled, encouraging people to guzzle it down instead of keep it wrapped (unless in a monogonous long term relationships etc) is fearless. Or don't wrap it just use the boob landing pad instead.
     
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  8. What? Maybe an age thing, but I didn't get a word of that.
     
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  9. exJenny

    exJenny War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Nope I'm not having it. It was in the DM. I'm not falling for it.


    Just the thoughts of a blonde ex wren
     
  10. I've been on the decongestants, sent me a bit buzzin' and evidently making no sense, as usual :p

    The article alludes that swallowing a gentlemans relish is good for you, however with all this 'casual sex' and such amongst the youth of today; not a safe message as swallowing it will spread STI's and all sorts. If you're with someone long term its a different ball game but I am sure for these promiscuous ladies they won't feel so lifted in mood in line at the clinic to be swabbed. Therefore always wrap it up or use the breast area for emissions, not orifices. I should promote safe sex and all dat.
     
  11. exJenny

    exJenny War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    It explains why married women are so fecking miserable though.


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  12. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    The ones that I shot in the face with my bollock custard were anything but miserable (until I wiped my yoghurt rifle on their curtains...) :shock:
     
  13. It is unusual for STIs to be conferred by oral sex. Possible, but unusual.


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  14. exJenny

    exJenny War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    You're still not getting one.


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  15. Blackrat

    Blackrat War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Daily Mail or not, i'm using this info and opening a clinic.

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  16. I suppose BR opening a clinic, rather than attending one, is a change for the better ;)
     
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  17. As the old joke goes, Doc. I'm sorry to tell you, you've got gonorrhea
    Lad. well I must have caught it off a toilet seat
    Doc, well you must have been chewing it then cos it in your gums
     
  18. AAF

    AAF Badgeman

    Throat cancer aswell, if Michael Douglas is to be believed.
     
  19. "Diazasperm" "Co-cumdamol" "Fanny batter blockers"

    The drug companies are missing out on some brand names here.

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  20. that doesn't explain those salt water lesbians
     

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