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I need relief!

Posted in Long weekend, My so-called life, Nutrition Facts, Sickness, Sleeping, Sunday on 4 Nobyembre 2007 by pinoyjetsetter

I’ve been down with coughs and colds this past 2 days and man its been tough. I’ve tried drinking fluids, taking vitamins and medicines, sleeping, using vapor-rubs, the works. But until now nothing seems to make me at ease.

The bridge between my lips and nose is dry and red from all the bathroom tissues wiped after each nose blow. My nose is still stuffy and thanks to our crazy neighborhood kids who have started lighting firecrackers along our street, my nasal situation became worse.

I would love to call sick tomorrow and forget about hell (work). But I simply cannot. I do have a very good medical benefit package from Medicard but I just don’t trust these people.

Oh well…


On girls and/or girls at heart who swallow during Oral Sex…

Posted in Nutrition Facts, Semen, Sex on 25 Oktubre 2007 by pinoyjetsetter

– A tablespoon of semen contains approximately five to 25 calories. Hence, swallowing isn’t terribly fattening.
– Semen is made up of water, sugar, calcium, chlorine, magnesium, nitrogen, vitamins B12 and C, and zinc, among many other ingredients.
– While there are no studies to support it, it is generally received that kiwi, celery, pineapple, and watermelon can all make semen taste lighter. Heavy beer and coffee drinkers are said to produce bitter-tasting ejaculate. Alkaline-based fish and meats make for a buttery taste.
– An estimated 5% of women are allergic to semen, although pronounced allergic reactions are rare.
– The protein content of semen is roughly equivalent to that found in the egg white of a large egg.
– Contrary to belief, swallowing semen does not reduce one’s risk of breast cancer.
– Fellatio has been demonstrated to make pregnancies safer. Women who practice oral sex before impregnation are at less risk for blood pressure problems during their terms than those who don’t. The reason for this is that regular exposure to semen before pregnancy helps a woman’s immune system get used to her partner’s sperm.