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June 28, 2011

TODAY'S SCIENCE FACT

The shape of a woman's lips may predict the likelihood of her having an orgasm.

(Thanks to Mark Schlesinger)

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People waste so much time on studies. Beware.

What a fun guy he would be to date. Not.

...the little man in the boat is really just the tip of the iceberg.

With analogies like that, who needs enemas.

Whose orgasm?

Where is this little man and why is he in a boat?

Well you see Cindy, the [comment deleted] -- and after that what you need [Comment Deleted] -- and when done correctly you will [ COMENT DELETED, and no further comments allowed by "Mr. Shark"] -- why it's called the man in the boat, by the way!

I've heard it said that there is no real "little man in a boat". If there were, women would have a road map tattooed down there giving directions.


Is it just a coincidence that these women all have Sean Connery posters on their ceilings?

Okay, Mr. Science, what did we learn?

[No response].

Correct! We learned nothing!

After the bass player checked into rehab and the drummer quit, the Prominent Tubercles were no longer any good.

Tubercles-O-sis...is that a good thing now?

If the little man in a boat (with an inflatable PFD?) is really just the tip of the iceberg, it's no wonder so many women are frigid.

Insert Titanic joke here:

*snork* at hogsate - good one

And secondly, how does one get in on (so to speak) these studies? Seriously, I'm guessing this guy just makes this sh!t up off the top of his head (not saying which one).

Then there was that great song, "Tubercle Bells."

What's the difference between a tubercle and a hair lip?

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