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This thread is for talking about anything other than copulation. Oh, no football either.

So what shall we talk about?

Hmmmm . . .

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This thread is for talking about anything other than copulation. Oh, no football either.

So what shall we talk about?

Hmmmm . . .

Masturbation?

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Look I've had enough of copulation. I've had it with over 30 frozen chickens this year and I want to talk about something else.

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This thread is for talking about anything other than copulation. Oh, no football either.

So what shall we talk about?

Hmmmm . . .

'Tis disturbing that you were interested in remote access yesterday.

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Look I've had enough of copulation. I've had it with over 30 frozen chickens this year and I want to talk about something else.

Didn't you find it rather cold on your todger? I'm surprised you didn't end up with frostbite.

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What about icebergs?

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http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2003/04/01/803095.htm

In general, it's better to exercise than to be a couch potato watching TV, but exercising takes you into the uncomfortable field of sports injuries. One rather unusual sports injury was reported by Dr. Melvin Hershkowitz in the New England Journal of Medicine in his paper entitled Penile Frostbite, An Unforseen Hazard Of Joggin'.

The 53 year old Dr. Melvin was a fit and healthy tall lean non-smoker, who was also circumcised. He'd have a 30-minute jog in a local park at around 7 o'clock each evening. In the USA in New Jersey, December 3 is close to the middle of winter, so on this evening in 1976, he wore his flare-bottom double-knit polyester trousers, boxer-style undershorts, a cotton T-shirt and dress shirt, and then a light wool sweater over that, and finally an outer nylon jacket - and gloves as well. It was quite cool at -8°C, and the chilly wind made the effective temperature even lower.

Like all his previous winter jogs, his run was entirely routine from 7:00 to 7:25 pm. But around 7:25 pm, he noticed an unpleasant painful burning sensation at the tip of his *****. He was only five minutes away from home so he kept on running even though the pain became more intense, increasing with each stride until finally he arrived home at 7.30 pm. Ten minutes later at 7:40 pm, he had stripped in the warmth of his centrally heated room and could see that the glans of his ***** was freezing cold and red. While he couldn't feel any light touch on the tip of his *****, more forceful handling gave him an immediate feeling of tenderness.

Now frostbite is a fairly serious illness. A classic case is that of the armies of Napoleon fleeing from Russia in the winter of 1812. The soldiers didn't have proper clothing or footwear. The temperature was so low that the tin buttons on their clothes turned into powder. Napoleon lost most of his troops to the cold as they fled from the relentless Russians pursuing them. Other armies that have lost troops to frostbite include the Army of George Washington at Valley Forge in the American War of Independence, the Greek Army of Xenophon in Armenia in 400 BC, and Hitler's armies in WW II, who fell into the same trap as Napoleon, and perished from the Russian winter.

In frostbite, the living tissue literally freezes. If you've ever left a full bottle of water in the freezer, the ice expands breaking the glass bottle. In the same way, freezing causes mechanical damage to the cells as the ice expands. Other complications include dehydration of the tissues, and lack of oxygen. The follow up is not pretty - the red blood cells get torn apart, the small blood vessels develop clots, and the tissue can die giving you gangrene.

Frostbite usually happens to the extremities such as the tip of the nose, or the toes, fingers and ears. The frost-bitten body part is usually white, hard, cold and bloodless. The skin is rigid, so it's difficult to work out how deep the freezing extends. And in most cases, there's no sensation of pain so the victim may not even know that they are suffering frostbite.

The prognosis is good if the frostbite lasts only for a short time, and the thawing process is soon begun. And if blisters do develop, the outlook is better if they're pink. At the other extreme, things are grim when there's a long time delay before thawing happens, and when the thawing is done by heating the body parts with too much heat, for example, more than 45°C. Dark blisters are a bad sign as well. Worst of all is when the frostbite is followed by thawing which is then followed by refreezing - this almost always means that body parts have to be amputated.

But even if amputation is not needed, the victim can be left with loss of sensation in the affected parts, reduced subcutaneous fat, persistent deep pain, increased sweating and limited joint movements.

Can any of the mods please explain why PEN IS is ***** why the hell is the swear filter banning medical terminology.

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The world will be a better place when your mum bans you from using the internet.

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Ooooooooh! Get her.

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