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A salesman rang the doorbell and little Johnny answered. The salesman asked if his father was at home.
Johnny said, "Yes."
The salesman said, "Well, can I see him please?"
Johnny snickered and said, "No, he is in the shower."
Then the salesman asked if his mother was at home.
Johnny said, "Yes."
The salesman said, "Well can I see her?"
Johnny snickered again and said, "No, she's in the shower too."
The salesman then asked, "Do you think they will be out soon?"
Johnny laughed this time and said "No."
The salesman asked, "Why?"
"Well", Johnny said, "when my dad asked me for the Vaseline, I gave him some Super Glue."
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Is it safe for me to digest the liquid my girlfriend produces during orgasm? I thought that it might be urine. Just wondering?
I always find this one-sided concern a tad amusing, considering the fact that men (or women for that matter) never question the safety or edibility of male ejaculate. My question to you is: If one is “safe” why wouldn’t the other be?
To give your question a fair answer, Gert, the fluid expelled during female orgasm can vary. It can either be urine or a milky liquid produced by the Skene’s glands that is very similar to the fluid produced by the prostate gland in males.
If it doesn’t look, smell or taste like urine, chances are it’s not urine. That being said, considering she doesn’t have any sexually transmitted disease, her ejaculate is harmless to digest.
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Pagan prisoners win right to have 'magic wand' twigs in cells under new religious freedom rules.
Prison bosses have been instructed to let pagan inmates keep twigs in their cells...to use as wands.
Officers have been told to allow prisoners to collect and decorate the twigs which they need for their rituals.
It is the latest in a series of rulings to protect convicts' rights and ensure equality among different faiths.
Followers of other faiths are allowed items such as a prayer mat to allow them to worship.
The policy regarding pagans was announced by Justice Reform Minister Maria Eagle in a parliamentary answer.
She said: "Prison service policy is to enable prisoners of different faith traditions, including paganism, to practise their religion.
"Religious artefacts are allowed for relevant faiths within the constraints of good order and discipline. The religious artefacts for pagan prisoners include a flexible twig for a wand."
Tory prisons spokesman Edward Garnier said: "This sounds like an April Fool's Day joke. But there's genuine concern prisoners are taking the system for a ride."
Conservative MP Andrew Turner, who uncovered the new ruling, added: "This strikes me as bizarre. A lot of people would be worried about equating paganism with Christianity."
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