Just so ya know…sex!

In Manilla during the 1940’s prostitutes tattooed sex acts on their bodies. They would then proposition English speaking sailors by pointing at the pictures.

The typical lovemaking session averages 15 minutes in length.

The French tickler was invented by a Tibetan monk.

Timmie Jean Lindsey of Houston, TX became the first person to get silicone breast implants in 1962.

The average bra is designed to last for only 180 days of use.

A study of pet owners found that 66% claimed they allowed their pets to remain in the bedroom during intercourse.

It takes a sperm one hour to swim seven inches.

In earlier times, virginity on one’s wedding night was of the greatest importance. To prove that the bride was a virgin, it was customary that the couple would display the bloodstained bedsheet for all to see once the wedding was consummated.

In Cali, Colombia, a woman may only have sex with her husband, and the first time this happens, her mother must be in the room to witness the act.

The first known contraceptive was crocodile dung, used by the Egyptians in 2000 B.C. It was replaced with elephant droppings when they realized it wouldn’t work.

In Santa Cruz, Bolivia, it is illegal for a man to have sex with a woman and her daughter at the same time.

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11 thoughts on “Just so ya know…sex!

  1. Interesting. So where exactly did they put the crocodile dung?

    Thanks 4 the award! Sorry it took me so long to get here. I am gonna put ya on my links.

  2. Animals in the room during sex? My husband tells a story about that regarding a cat, claws and a 2nd storey apartment where the window only LOOKED like it was open…twas a short relationship!
    😆

  3. only 180 days for a bra? yikes!
    that’s just getting ’em comfortable!
    and yeah, the dog watches us have sex quite often. im sure he’s traumatized ..

    * My dog sleeps under the bed…it’s a tall one. I can just imagine what she thinks as the bed starts a shaking around her. tee-hee 😆

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