Never have I been happier to have allergies.
Looking forward to buying orgasms over the counter at the pharmacy.
But I’m curious about the phrasing “sexual orgasms”. Are there other kinds?
A woman goes to see her doctor He asks her why she was there. She told him that every time she sneezes she has an orgasm. He asks what she wants him to do for her. “Write me a prescription for black pepper.”
sexual orgasms can be as effective as decongestant medicines at improving nasal breathing
So does this mean that PornHub is scientifically proven to alleviate allergy symptoms?
On the sexual decongestant article, its important that “The data were only obtained if both individuals experienced sexual orgasm”, but I’m skeptical of any study in which the participants are self-measuring – the participants measured their own breathing changes which makes the chances of biased data pretty high.
I wanted to know if suspending a black rhino by their feet hurt them, but it turns out it makes little difference compared to laying them on their side. Giving the hard-hitting conclusion of “The biological importance in these animals of numerically small increments in PaO2 and decrements in PaCO2 with suspension by the feet is unknown.”
Apparently so, though that particular article seems a bit Goop-y to me. This other one is clearly clickbait, but at least has some content consistent with the rope-climbing orgasm that many adolescent boys have experienced.
Well, if you don’t know, I’m not going to be the one to break it to you.
From the Guardian article below:
…Bulut concedes he did not get firm data from everyone. “I think some people couldn’t focus on the device,” he said.
Really? I can’t think why.
Just my luck, I ended up in the control group!
Antidepressant clomipramine is long known to have the same effect, but with yawning:
Case 1 : A married woman in her late twenties presented with a three month history of depression. Psychiatrie assessment led to a diagnosis of a unipolar depressive illness, arising in an anancastic personality. She was treated as an out-patient, with clomipramine 100 mg per 24 hours. Complete symptom remission occurred within ten days. At that point, however, the patient questioned how long she would be “allowed” to take the medication. She sheepishly admitted that she hoped to take the medication on a long terrn basis, not so much because of the symptom relief that she had experienced, but rather because she had noted that since taking the medication, every time she yawned she had an orgasm. She found she was able to experience orgasm hy deliberate yawning. With discontinuation of the medication several weeks later, this phenomena disappeared.
Yeah, been there. Absolutely gross. I think they cleaned it up?
yeah, pressure washed it last year, but you can’t keep the Gum Wall down!
I went there to find a geocache, not knowing what the wall was. I could smell it before I could see it. Hell no I wasn’t poking my hands around that.
Those clever Spanish researchers were just figuring out a way to grant-fund some globetrotting… “…cough…”. For Science!
I quite like these projects. Science shouldn’t just study the obvious, and the smells in movie theatres and the bacteria in gum might reveal interesting, unexpected discoveries. (The gum one actually seems pretty clever to me: you get a very large sample of saliva from a very large number of people, though it does run into the sampling bias of being (a) gum chewers and (b) the sorts of jackasses who spit their gum on the sidewalk)
I noticed that method of unclogging my sinuses ages ago, but sadly, it’s only a temporary fix. And my refractory period is way too long to make much use of it.