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May 30, 2014


Idaho has more sex to get pregnant than any other state, says company

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)


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Formerly famous just for spuds

If they knew what they were doing...just saying.

. . . who da ho ?

Two points: one, "Ovuline" sounds like one of those sugary cereals from my childhood.
Two: SEVEN DAYS!? I think I managed 45 minutes, once.

Reminds me of an old joke that ends with the punchline

"I da hoe!"

The company, which makes an app for people trying to conceive

There's an app for that? What exactly does this app do? I mean, I have a smartphone but it's not that smart.

Which state has the squeakiest bedsprings ?

The key phrase is "...trying to conceive." DC I'm sure has more sex than anyplace on earth. Everybody is screwing everybody else but they don't want anyone else to know about it and they definitely don't want any babies.

Didn't Ridley use to live in Idaho? I'd love to hear his opinion on this.

7 days of sex per month is incredible.

It doesn't leave much time for anything else, after working 7 days a month (168 hours or 21x 8 hours days)and sleeping 10 days a month (8 hours a night which is likely after that much sex) that only leaves about 4.5 hours a day for things like eating, showering, commuting, cleaning and such. Yes, I am aware that it is likely that Idahoans are combining sex with other activities to fit it all in but it still takes time out from sex to warm up hot-fudge sauce. And that's the average, about 1/2 of Idahoans spend more time having sex.

I didn't know making tater tots was so hard.

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