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  • Premature Ejaculation

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Brian on 16.07.09

    I heard some sort of pills advertised on Radio Sport for this, but can't remember the name. More about Premature Ejaculation

  • Winter Sex Tips

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Bangbug on 23.07.09

    I recommend rolling around a sheepskin rug. More about Winter Sex Tips

  • Men's Kegel Exercises

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Sene on 29.07.09

    I love a good keg. What was that? Kegel, not keg? Oh. That's a different story. More about Men's Kegel Exercises

  • Initiating Sex

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Jodie on 18.06.09

    Chocolate body paint sounds good. Mmmmmm. Chocolate. mmmmmmm More about Initiating Sex

  • Travel Caribbean

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Prettyboy on 16.06.08

    I think many people have the impression that the Caribbean is all about sunshine, rum and reggae...Jamaica is the first and sometimes only place that springs to mind...but I'm glad the article refers to the full range of Caribbean destinations. Countries like Puerto Rico, Guadalupe and Cuba aren't often thought of as travel destinations....but I know they have a heck of a lot to offer...

    My brother is in Cuba right now on a 3 month bicycle tour with his girlfriend. They are basically just exploring the country. Getting there wasn't too hard, and he is really enjoying the experience. Before hearing about his travels in his regular email updates back home to the family, when I thought of Cuba I really only had Castro, Communism and cigars in mind. But it's much more than that. My bro feels completely safe there, there is an amazingly rich culture and much to see and do. He's LOVING it, a once in a lifetime experience.

    So if you are thinking of heading to the Caribbean, whether for a relaxing holiday or an adventure, definitely look at all the options....there's so much to be discovered ;) More about Travel Caribbean

  • How to care for a dress Shirt

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by paula on 05.02.08

    Finally, I can show this to my wife to make sure she gets my shirts ironed just perfectly!!!

    (just kidding dear). More about How to care for a dress Shirt

  • Online Game: Twiddle Sticks

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by alpha1cowboy on 19.02.08

    I love twiddling...takes me right back to my childhood! But as every man knows when remembering their childood, there is nothing more embarrasing than getting caught by your mum playing twiddle stix... More about Online Game: Twiddle Sticks

  • The history of swimwear

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Corelliz on 27.11.07

    It cracks me up that until the 1920s most swimwear was made of knitted wool...I guess they were wondering why so many swimmers were sinking to the bottom of the ocean never to be seen again, and just put it down to bad swimming technique ;)...I suppose in the 1920s it was also common to make sure you were dressed in straw before cooking a bbq? ;)...and I'm guessing it was fashionable for childrens pajamas to be made of methylated spirits?...;)

    One more thing...I think the article is dead right that swimsuits now seem to be on a backwards trajectory...just look at the latest swimsuit fashion coming out of eastern Europe...

    More about The history of swimwear

  • Christmas shopping for your woman

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Bill on 07.12.07

    So...wait a're saying my wife WON'T like the Subway Gift Card, cricket bat, Zumba DVD, sweatshirt and dustbuster??? DAMN. I've already wrapped them up in newspaper and put them under the plastic tree ready for Christmas Day too!!!!

    This is all good information to know though, even if it means making the commitment to go out and spend an additional 3-5 minutes on gift selection instead of the usual 2 minutes...

    PS) One additional pointer, in case any of you guys were thinking along the same lines as me...and I suspect it may have crossed many of your minds as it did may seem like a good idea at the time, but DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT get your woman a Bushmaster 12" Survival Knife with Titanium Blade and Compass. Despite the apparently logical thinking that she would benefit from having a bigger blade for chopping onions as well as a great knife in case she ever decides to take up pig hunting or tramping...she will most likely never even take it out of the box and will store it away with your RISK board game and tennis racket....never again to see the light of day. My wife hasn't even used hers once, not even for peeling carrots! Trust me, I know it sounds hard to believe, but don't do it, get her something else, she simply won't appreciate your thoughtfulness. More about Christmas shopping for your woman

  • Well dressed professional

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by arturs on 29.05.07

    The only part I will really struggle with is the polished shoes part...I've been useless at that since I was a kid... More about Well dressed professional

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