Eight Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do With Human *****


Eight things you didn’t know you could do with human *****



1. Skin softener

***** contains an anti-oxidant called spermine that is thought to diminish wrinkles, smooth the skin, and help with acne.


2. Cooking

***** is not only nutritious, but it also has a wonderful texture and amazing cooking properties. Like fine wine and cheeses, the taste of ***** is complex and dynamic.

3. Painting

Back in 2008, Von Ostrowski put out an exhibition at the Gay Museum in Berlin in which he featured works painted with his own *****. A single painting requires about 40 ejaculations, which, given the size of the exhibition, suggests that he needed to ********* at least 1,000 time


4. Invisible ink

Back during World War I, the British Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) discovered that ***** could act as an effective invisible ink.

5. An anti-Depressant for women

Another potential application for ***** is its use as an anti-depressant. This idea is quite controversial — but there is a modicum of scientific evidence to support it. A study done back in 2002 showed that women who were directly exposed to ***** were less depressed

6. Ovulation control

A recent study at the University of Saskatchewan has discovered that a protein in ***** acts on the female brain to prompt ovulation — and that it's the same molecule that regulates the growth, maintenance, and survival of nerve cells

7. Help with morning sickness

Okay, this is probably the last thing a woman is thinking about when she's suffering through morning sickness, but psychologist Gordon Gallup at SUNY-Albany, a male member of the human species who specializes in human reproductive competition and behavior, is suggesting that oral sex could serve as a kind of cure   but there's also a scientific study supporting the idea that oral sex can reduce the incidence of preeclampsia in pregnant women.

8. Archival storage of information

In what gives new meaning to the term "hard drive", human ***** — a transmitter of DNA — could be used to store information — a lot of information. We recently reported on a breakthrough by Sriram Kosui and his team at Harvard and Johns Hopkins in which he devised a technique for archiving information in DNA.

'And I thought it was only for making babies lol
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3 Responses Dec 6, 2012

Just think that for the mothers with teenage sons, they would never ever need to buy face cream and slow the wrinkles at the same time – Oh what a combination of mother/son hood…

Great one!

Thank you Debs,this was both funny and informative.....just never invite me round for your home cooking! :)

okkk Thanks for taking the time to read it :)

wow i never knew ***** had so many helpful qualities i have learned quite a bit thank you vinny snuggles kisses

I didnt either till I ran across the article ,i was amazed, smiles