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Friday, May 22, 2015
“There is somewhat doubt as to whether every human mind is inclined to evil. Life is neither good nor evil, but only a place for good or evil.
There is nothing either good or bad, your thinking makes the good deeds or the bad deeds. There are thousands of human minds inclined to do good if they set their focus and thoughts to it, but alas, the preponderance of bad minds overwhelm and drown the good minds!!”
(Philosophy & Life’s Problems and Challenges)
Prince Dayo Fadina.
Every p*nis in the womb starts as a clitoris before hormones ‘s*x’ the brain of the to-be male. The man-hood retains the mark of its female heritage: its dark underskin and the thin ridge or seam, known as the raphe, which runs from scrotum to anus, are remnants of the fusion of the vaginal lips.
Though they were lost before Neanderthals and modern humans diverged. Scientists are still not quite certain of their purpose, but they speculate that it apparently quickened the pace of an erection and is more common in promiscuous species (such as cats).
5. King of ancient tribes ate p*nises:
In ancient tribes, the king would often eat the p*nis of his predecessor to apparently absorb his holy power. This practice was allegedly banned by the ancient Hebrews.
6. Testifying on testicles
In pre-biblical times, men would swear on their own p*nises. The word “testify” is derived from a Roman legal practice of swearing on one’s testicles. The word “man-hood” comes from the Latin word for “tail”.
7. “Shaved” guardians in Muslim empires:
In great Muslim empires, there would be a guardian assigned to each harem’s bed. The guardians had to be “shaved,” which meant having his testicles and p*nis removed.
9. Diphallus is a rare condition that affects one in 5-6 million males.
It’s when a man is born with two p*nises. Unfortunately, it’s rare that both are fully functional, and it often comes in tandem with other deformities that also require surgery.
Every year, hundreds of men break their erect p*nis, researchers say. Most do so during “violent intercourse.” But there are also cases where men snap their member – indeed, specialists note that such incidents are accompanied by an audible crack – by falling out of bed with an erection. The cure for a broken man-hood? Six weeks of bed rest with a man-hood splint.
16. Animals with the biggest and smallest p*nises:
the Blue Whale is the animal with the biggest recorded p*nis to date, at 8 feet (over 2 m) long. The adult male elephant has the biggest recorded p*nis for land animals, at 6 feet (1.8288 m, and S-shaped when erect). And coming in with the smallest man-hood is the shrew, at .2 inches (0.5 cm).
12) The foreskin has an abundance of Langerhans cells, which are immune cells that are infiltrated by HIV.
This may explain why circumcised men in Africa have a 60% lower rate of HIV infection from heterosexual intercourse.
17. Koro, a culture-specific syndrome, where a man (or a woman) is overcome with a debilitating fear that his p*nis (or her nipples) is shrinking and will eventually disappear.
Interestingly, this fear is borne out of no real proof or evidence. It is also known as “man-hood panic” and has been said to provoke mass hysteria.
18. Semen can cure depression:
Apparently, semen contains chemicals that elevate mood, increase affection, induce sleep, and contain at least three antidepressants. It also contains cortisol, which is known to increase affection; as well as estrone, which elevates mood; oxytocin, which also elevates mood; thyrotropin-releasing hormone, which is another antidepressant; melatonin, which is a sleep aid; and serotonin, which is a well-known antidepressant neurotransmitter.