NOT AFFLIATED WITH THE SAN ONOFRE SURF/SURFING CLUB
Oh, for he love of Mike. What happened to surfing on San-O Daze. It appears someone's having an identity crises there, OK.ARF ARF ARF BARK BARK HOWLHOWL YIP YIP BARK HOWL YAP
THAT BEAST DEPICTION IS PRECISLY THE REASON i WON'T GO TO THAT SAN ONOFRE DOG POUND. I treasure my sanctity as an individual without having to observe an animal shelter by the sea.
Who is Mike?
Anon' #2, it's Mike Hunt.#3
I personally witnessed the molestation and it was simply awful. That little Nemo is a brute.
Molestation?Heck, that looks like hardcore dude on dude anal penetration.
notice the length of the penis on Nemo. It is approximately 25% of his body length. With a normal size man, that works out to 18 inches of penile length. That is some schwantz. I understand that Nemo's owner, a Mr. Archibald Rice, is similarly endowed. Could you please have him call me for an appointment?
Dear D.Ruth, everythingL'il Nemo learned was from watching his Master, A.Rice.
Dr. Ruth, you'd better be carful, that Arcibald Rice'll split you open like a yule log, if you know what I mean, and I know you do.
* Penis size. If exposure to testosterone in the womb influences sexual orientation, scientists reckon that straight and gay people would differ in body parts strongly affected by testosterone, such as the penis.The numbers: Anthony Bogaert of Brock University in Ontario and his colleagues re-analyzed data on 5,000 gay and straight men from sexologist Alfred Kinsey's famous files, collected from the 1930s to the 1960s. The results, published in 1999, showed that gay men had longer, thicker penises than did straight men: on average, about 6.5 inches long and 4.95 inches around when erect, versus 6.1 inches long and 4.8 inches around for straight men.What it might mean: Scientists don't really know. One guess is that gay men could have been exposed to an odd mix of hormones in the womb. Testosterone levels might peak early, causing enhanced penis growth, then drop off later in pregnancy -- leading to some feminine characteristics.There's one catch: Kinsey asked his subjects to measure themselves at home and mail a postcard recording their dimensions. It is within the realm of imagination that not every man reported the perfect truth. If everyone lied, the essence of the results wouldn't change. It's a problem only if gay men were more factually creative than straight men.Bogaert says that all the measures -- length and circumference, erect and flaccid -- seem to plausibly line up, which probably wouldn't be the case if the men had tacked on a vanity half-inch or so. Also, a smaller, 1960s study (in which a physician did the measuring) backs up the findings. As to whether gay or straight men are more likely to exaggerate about penis size, "It would be an interesting master's thesis project," Bogaert muses.
Sounds like Captain Yappie is back in form.
Mr.Rice and animal.when writing you should avoid confection, e.g., "Bogaert muses." Sanodaze people willbe confused, it should read "...", Bogaert said.
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