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October 31, 2011


10 Foods for a big orgasm

(Thanks to Joe in Japan)


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Sounds like "Massive Mocha" got there first.

I'm assuming the "garlic" choice is for when your orgasms take place in the privacy of your bathroom.

Where is everyone today, out for some early trick or treating?

I know nursecindy has an appointment with the surgeon about her arm so we should all send good thoughts her way.

And dark chocolate.

good thoughts from far away for you nursecindy
take care

I think I'll skip #5 (Fruity Pleasure). NTTAWWT.

Cindy, hope it's not your trick-or-treat-bag-carrying arm.

Best wishes for our favorite nurse!

As to the topic, the foods that result in a big orgasm are the ones that start at $30 on the lady's menu... ;)

"A tablespoon of flaxseed a day..."
is not recommended by my gastroenterologist
(unless you're really turned on by prolonged colonoscopies)


NC: As you know only all too well, nothing served at a hospital cafeteria is likely to result in an orgasm. Oranisms, maybe. Orgasms, not so much.

Bananas and olive oil. Hmmmm......

What your mother didn't tell you while trying to encourage the eating of fish and spinach...

If Cindy is lucky will get some good drugs for her treats today? Only redeeming part of rotator cuff surgery. Sending prayers and good thoughts to you NC.

Same here, NC. Good thoughts. If you can make it by my place by 7:10 cst I'll give you double treats.

Jeff, are you are and NC related, or just psychic?

Previously, when I heard people speak about the "big O" I thought it was an unkind reference to Oprah.

(Unless they were explicit/graphic, then I thought they were crude.)

Obligatory: "I'll have what she's having".

Oh, major ouch! NC, didn't realize you were having rotator cuff problems. Many good wishes and positive thoughts winging your way!

Is there a reason they didn't mention prunes ?

Thanks everybody. I found out I have to have surgery on Wednesday for a dislocated shoulder, torn rotator cuff, and a broken collar bone. Not only is it my trick or treat arm it's also my knitting arm! btw, I eat all of these foods and I don't think they've done much. I can still only go at it 5-6 times a day.
Also funny man, I'm good friends with Jeff and his lovely wife, Jackie and I emailed them earlier and told them about my arm.

Belated wishes from a frequent blog lurker and infrequent poster, Cindy. Hope all goes well for you!

Related to the article in question, with five kids in our house and a bazillion associated activities going on year-round, I'll take any orgasm at this point. "Big" is not a requirement.

Good fortune, Cindy. Hope you come through well medicated and all better.
BTW, can you post your typical diet? You know, so we can know what a good nurse would eat?

Best of luck, Cindy.

Steve, right now I'm eating a fun sized Snickers.

I eat most all of those foods and have never had a problem anyway.

Cindy, dearie, my thoughts and prayers will be with you. I didn't know about the broken collar bone - how'dya do that?

When my shoulder popped out of place it broke my collar bone. I've got to quit *SMACKING* the blog guys I guess.

Two words of advice nc: Baseball bat.

Prayers for tomorrow!

Good luck, NC. It sounds like you'll be mostly armless for a while.

You guys are the best! Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Well, Cindy, I've heard that chocolate does do it for most women. I just thought it would be...OK, I came up blank. What's a fine chocolate suitable for a fine lady? Cindy is welcome to my share.
BTW, welcome back, Scott.

Wow Cindy! 5 or 6 times a day? No wonder your injuried... Good luck tomorrow. I hope everything goes well.

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