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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby SandRider » 05 Jan 2010 22:21

    lotek wrote:on the lighter side, does shaving your nuts accelerate global warming?


    if by "global" you mean the testicle itself, I'd say it would depend on how hairy
    you were to begin with. The purpose of the scrotum being to regulate the
    temperature of the testicle for optimum sperm-production, I'd have to say
    there would be a very real danger of shaving your ball-sack reducing insulation,
    lowering the median temps of said jewels, and causing a decrease in sperm count.

    or causing your sack to contract and shrink up alot, like when you're cold.

    and once you start shaving, you really have to keep it up - continue shaving
    I mean, altho an erection will aid the shaving of the penis shaft itself -
    little prickly balls are no fun for anyone, & itch like the dickens.

    smooth balls are fun, however, despite their danger to the global environment;
    the act of in-mouth testicle-suckling is more enjoyable for both participants,
    altho I can only personally testify to one side of that experience.

    all in all tho, I have found a trimmed pubic area, and a very closely shaved shaft
    and scrotum increased the amount and frequency of "mouth-lovin", while a wildly
    overgrown and unwashed area decreased this event, certainly on subsequent
    attempts to obtain such services ....

    hope I could be of help, please send questions and problems to
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Eyes High » 05 Jan 2010 23:26

    ...and once you start shaving, you really have to keep it up - continue shaving
    I mean, altho an erection will aid the shaving of the penis shaft itself -
    little prickly balls are no fun for anyone, & itch like the dickens.
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    Okay...how many are thinking to themselves... :shock: "...and just how in the h--- does HE know this?" :think: and how many are pretty sure that they do NOT really want to know how in the world he knows. :hand: :hand: :snooty: :shhh: :shifty: :shifty:
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby 13athroom » 05 Jan 2010 23:44

    Eyes High wrote:
    ...and once you start shaving, you really have to keep it up - continue shaving
    I mean, altho an erection will aid the shaving of the penis shaft itself -
    little prickly balls are no fun for anyone, & itch like the dickens.
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    Okay...how many are thinking to themselves... :shock: "...and just how in the h--- does HE know this?" :think: and how many are pretty sure that they do NOT really want to know how in the world he knows. :hand: :hand: :snooty: :shhh: :shifty: :shifty:


    my detective skills tell me that he is a ball-shaver. elementary.
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Eyes High » 05 Jan 2010 23:50

    I repeat...do we really want to know ;)
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Schu » 06 Jan 2010 00:17

    Oooooookay.

    Now, no matter which side of global warming's debate you take, you have to find this pretty bizarre. Someone on a chess forum I go to said that he doesn't believe in global warming, and that it's just a big conspiracy by all the rich nations to slow down 3rd world nations' industrialisation.

    Now, as we all know, 1st world countries are the only ones cutting emissions. So this "plan" is having the exact opposite effect. Least effective conspiracy ever!
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby SandRider » 06 Jan 2010 00:33

    dude.

    completely skipping over a totally inappropriate thread-jacking
    to post on-topic ? WTF ?

    I was looking forward to your input in the bald nasties discussion,
    and you post on-topic ?

    dude.



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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby trang » 06 Jan 2010 02:49

    sorry blades and balls just shouldnt occupy the same space. As for global warming? its not.. climates always a change'n..period.
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Freakzilla » 06 Jan 2010 08:03

    I think ball shaving does increase global warming and here's why: Ball shavers take about a five minute longer shower, therefore they use more electricity/gas to heat hot water.

    But with shaven balls you can stand a little more heat. :wink:
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Apjak » 06 Jan 2010 08:13

    Freakzilla wrote:I think ball shaving does increase global warming and here's why: Ball shavers take about a five minute longer shower, therefore they use more electricity/gas to heat hot water.

    But with shaven balls you can stand a little more heat. :wink:


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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Freakzilla » 06 Jan 2010 12:27

    Winter set to be coldest for 30 years

    Brace yourselves for a freezing cold, bleak new year. This winter is set to be the coldest for more than 30 years, since the Winter of Discontent of 1978-79.

    It was the coldest December in Britain for 14 years, 1.8C (3.2F) below average, and the coldest in Scotland for 28 years, 2.1C (3.8F) below average.

    After thick snows, avalanches and temperatures plunging to -17C (-1F) in the Highlands, it looks as though the remainder of the winter for the rest of the country is on a slippery downhill run.

    The Met Office has issued an updated seasonal forecast for January and February giving a 45 per cent probability of colder than average temperatures, compared with only a 30 per cent chance of average or 25 per chance of milder temperatures.

    The conditions are already in place for a long freeze. By January and February the seas around Britain cool further, giving less insulation from biting, raw winds off Europe.

    And the covering of thick snow in northern parts of the country is now acting like a refrigerator, cooling the air above.

    Another worrying sign is a huge blockage in the weather pattern, as a vast high pressure system sits over Greenland and helps to steer the high-altitude jet streams far to the south of Britain, leaving the country exposed to winds from Russia, Scandinavia and the Arctic Ocean.

    This combination is a throwback to some of our worst winters in history, such as 1978-79, when snow began to fall before Christmas, and blizzards later paralysed the country.

    One feature that has surprised forecasters this winter is the coldness of the surface seas of the North Atlantic. In May last year there were early signs of warmer seas giving a milder winter, but a lid of cold water on the Atlantic surface is holding down that warmer water and it is not known if and when the warmer waters will break through.

    Another sign of a cold winter comes from a growing El Niño in the Pacific, which has been getting stronger over the past few weeks. This turmoil in the tropical ocean shunts warm waters towards the coast of South America, and at present the sea in some places is 3C (5.4F) above normal, the warmest for 12 years.

    This upheaval thousands of miles away reverberates through the atmosphere, affecting the jet stream winds that run around the globe and influence the weather in Britain.

    “We can show a robust link between European climate and El Niño in late winter, with cold conditions over northern Europe and mild conditions in southern Europe,” said Dr Scaife of the seasonal forecasting group at Met Office’s Hadley Centre.

    This doesn’t mean that the entire winter will be cold, though. Even the worst winters in history have had brief interludes of milder weather.

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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby chanilover » 06 Jan 2010 12:31

    Yep, it's snowing, and as usual, the entire UK has ground to a halt! :lol: I've brought work home as none of the roads are gritted, I nearly stacked it more than once coming home, and the trains are bound to seize up tomorrow.
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby chanilover » 06 Jan 2010 12:36

    SandRider wrote:
    lotek wrote:on the lighter side, does shaving your nuts accelerate global warming?


    if by "global" you mean the testicle itself, I'd say it would depend on how hairy
    you were to begin with. The purpose of the scrotum being to regulate the
    temperature of the testicle for optimum sperm-production, I'd have to say
    there would be a very real danger of shaving your ball-sack reducing insulation,
    lowering the median temps of said jewels, and causing a decrease in sperm count.

    or causing your sack to contract and shrink up alot, like when you're cold.

    and once you start shaving, you really have to keep it up - continue shaving
    I mean, altho an erection will aid the shaving of the penis shaft itself -
    little prickly balls are no fun for anyone, & itch like the dickens.

    smooth balls are fun, however, despite their danger to the global environment;
    the act of in-mouth testicle-suckling is more enjoyable for both participants,
    altho I can only personally testify to one side of that experience.

    all in all tho, I have found a trimmed pubic area, and a very closely shaved shaft
    and scrotum increased the amount and frequency of "mouth-lovin", while a wildly
    overgrown and unwashed area decreased this event, certainly on subsequent
    attempts to obtain such services ....

    hope I could be of help, please send questions and problems to
    Dear Sandrider, in care of your local newspaper.


    Wise words indeed, and all true. There's nothing worse than an unkempt bush, who wants to go down on that? Completely shaved is a no-no, it looks and feels weird, but a decent trim is essential.

    Good to see you're keeping yourself in good order, SR. I expected you to have a huge white bush to match your beard LOL.
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Freakzilla » 06 Jan 2010 13:10

    Thanks for that visual to accompany lunch at my desk.

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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby chanilover » 06 Jan 2010 13:14

    Freakzilla wrote:Thanks for that visual to accompany lunch at my desk.

    :puke:


    LOL, just imagine it hanging out of that Civil War uniform. You never saw anything like that in Gone With The Wind.
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Omphalos » 06 Jan 2010 16:40

    Just imagine some white short-and-curlies caught in and poking out of a zipper.

    Though I'd bet SR is a button-up man.
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby SandRider » 06 Jan 2010 21:01

    oh hell, I haven't shaved my nutsack in years - back in the 80s, I guess.

    these days I really can't be bothered to change my jeans more'n once a week,
    and I haven't worn underwear in many a year, so ....
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Eyes High » 06 Jan 2010 21:52

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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby chanilover » 07 Jan 2010 06:47

    SandRider wrote:oh hell, I haven't shaved my nutsack in years - back in the 80s, I guess.

    these days I really can't be bothered to change my jeans more'n once a week,
    and I haven't worn underwear in many a year, so ....


    I've tried going commando but it just doesn't feel comfortable.
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Freakzilla » 07 Jan 2010 07:47

    chanilover wrote:
    SandRider wrote:oh hell, I haven't shaved my nutsack in years - back in the 80s, I guess.

    these days I really can't be bothered to change my jeans more'n once a week,
    and I haven't worn underwear in many a year, so ....


    I've tried going commando but it just doesn't feel comfortable.


    You must have the right kind of pants... and be very mindfull of the zipper.
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby chanilover » 07 Jan 2010 12:25

    Freakzilla wrote:
    chanilover wrote:
    SandRider wrote:oh hell, I haven't shaved my nutsack in years - back in the 80s, I guess.

    these days I really can't be bothered to change my jeans more'n once a week,
    and I haven't worn underwear in many a year, so ....


    I've tried going commando but it just doesn't feel comfortable.


    You must have the right kind of pants... and be very mindfull of the zipper.


    I always forget that pants = trousers in the US. Pants are underwear here.

    The right pants:
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    Support, comfort and flexibility. No idea what this guy is using for padding, though. :lol: Being an underwear model must be a real low point in anyone's career.
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby lotek » 07 Jan 2010 12:32

    chanilover wrote: Being an underwear model must be a real low point in anyone's career.


    that's a real low blow :lol: :hand:
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Freakzilla » 07 Jan 2010 13:15

    chanilover wrote:No idea what this guy is using for padding, though.


    We've got armadillos in our trousers. It's really quite frightening.
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby Eyes High » 07 Jan 2010 13:32

    chanilover wrote:...

    I always forget that pants = trousers in the US. Pants are underwear here.
    ...



    In that case? What are britches?


    slacks = dressed up britches
    pants = britches
    jeans = endurable set of britches
    shorts = britches for the summer

    briefs/tighty=whiteties, undies, boxers, and boxer-briefs = underwear wear worn underneath a man's britches

    Britches = what kids grow too big for way too soon.

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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby SandRider » 07 Jan 2010 13:39

    "britches" are Southern Dialect for "breeches" ....
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    Re: Global Warming

    Postby A Thing of Eternity » 07 Jan 2010 13:41

    Freakzilla wrote:
    chanilover wrote:No idea what this guy is using for padding, though.


    We've got armadillos in our trousers. It's really quite frightening.


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