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Re: Living with penis (LWP)


Indigenous tribes are closer to our primal relatives
perhaps and often decorate or cap their penis. Hard to
tell whether this is to keep flies off or what...ggg,
but certainly I could be impressed.

Hair under arms is there, as well as pubic hair, to
attract others at a time when smell was more primal
and attractive. Also to attract moisture to cool the
special parts.

I saw Dr. oz on television yesterday speaking to the
benefit of a hairy body...saying mosquitoes hate hairy
people and that since he was hairy, he also *felt* the
mosquitoes and so was able to squish them before they
began to chew on him. I am sure there are probably
other reasons but that sounded like a great one. Our
evolutionary ancestors most likely had hair to help
protect from the elements...

Men have nipples since, until the DNA code is totally
unfurled, the baby has the potential to be either male
or female. Besides, nipples are rather attractive on a
man too.

As for the BF, he had been repressed and so he was
going through that adolescent phase where he could not
"leave it alone". He certainly was not wanting me to dump
him but it was embarrassing since my other friends noticed
it and it became akin to the dilemma of what to do with
a dog who compulsively humps the ottoman. I am sure he
and his penis are quite happy together somewhere else~ :p

I am glad your wife has such a good sense of humor. I
am not one to feel myself up a I really missing
something? ;D

be well 'er,


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