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January 30th, 2007

Women’s Orgasms Would Kill Men!!!

Abstract:
FROM THE "BLINDED ME WITH SCIENCE" DEPARTMENT: I love the Japanese. They have serious issues.

While the rest of the world is busy working on alternative energy sources, nanotechnology and curing cancer, the Japanese have discovered that a woman's orgasm would kill a man. Read the article - it's full of all sorts of Star Trek doubletalk, like Theta Waves and stuff: short form answer - if men experienced a female orgasm, it would kill them stone cold dead.

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