Clearly this research did not involve men

Orgasms aren’t just good for your sexual relationship; they may also promote good communication. Results of a new study reveal that in the aftermath of having experienced an orgasm, people are more likely to share important information with their partners. And, that communication is likely to be positive.

Women, maybe, but men just snore.

 

12 comments on “Clearly this research did not involve men

  1. ” in the aftermath of having experienced an orgasm, people are more likely to share important information with their partners.”
    Who’s sleeping on the damp patch?.

  2. It must work on men or there wouldn’t be any such thing as a Honey Trap and, to pick one random example, Profumo would have sat in the Cabinet a lot longer.

    Although maybe the Honey Trap is a myth. A fantasy created by third rate novelists. I would be very disappointed if it were. After all, I have wandered all over selected parts of the former Second World, saying “I know stuff, really I do, buy me a vodka and who knows” but it didn’t work. But on the plus side, at least now I know it was not me.

  3. Tim, we are getting worried about your on-line reading habits? How did you end up reading this rubbish? Been following the Rolf Harris story or has Google got you sussed out?

  4. @SMFS “Although maybe the Honey Trap is a myth.”, there’s no need for the man to talk to be honeytrapped – Mordechai Vanunu was most definitely caught in a honeytrap and they only wanted his body, not his knowledge.

  5. Ian B –

    I wish Tim wouldn’t keep promoting these terrible anti-male stereotypes.

    Oh, c’mon, mate. You’ve been round these parts long enough that you should recognise by now how firmly Timmy’s tongue is planted in his cheek when he makes a comment like this.

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