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Hard Manhood Myths and Facts – Weird Truths about the Male Organ

Most men know a thing or two about their own male organ. After all, it is the part of their body with which they undoubtedly have the most familiarity, based on long and intimate acquaintance. But even the most well-informed of men may have missed out on these myths and facts about the hard manhood – some of which might even affect his choices about male organ care.

1) The world’s largest hard manhood – belonging to a human, at any rate – is 13.5 inches long; and the proud owner of this magnificent tool measures up at 9 inches when it is completely soft.

2) The world’s largest male organ of any animal is that of the blue whale, ranging from 8 to 10 feet in length. With this impressive organ, the blue whale can discharge over 35 pints of reproductive fluid at a go.

3) Napoleon’s (amputated… post-mortem, that is) once sold for over $2,900. Purchased in 1997 by a New Jersey neurologist, the diminutive tool has since disappeared from the radar. Best not to give that much more thought.

4) The hard manhood can break. Well, not break like a bone, exactly, but the connective tissue that surrounds the inner chambers can rupture if subjected to extreme or sudden force. For this reason, extreme caution is advised when trying out unusual or especially acrobatic positions.

5) The prepuce, or sheath, contains a large number of Langerhans cells. This tissue, which is more familiarly associated with the pancreas and insulin production, is highly susceptible to certain viruses. This may explain the results of recent research that seems to suggest men who are cut are less vulnerable to autoimmune viruses.

6) Male fetuses often become tumescent in utero. Don’t worry, moms; this is a completely unconscious process and is perfectly natural. But isn’t it nice to know?

7) Speaking of babies, doctors can – and do – use the prepuce from cut infants to create new skin for burn victims. In fact, the sheath from one male baby can make up to 23,000 square meters of skin.

8) Male marsupials have a bifurcated (or two-pronged) male organ. This is a convenient adaptation, given that their female counterparts have two female openings.

9) Although the double male organ is normal in marsupials, human males are occasionally born with 2 male organs, as well, in a condition known as diphallus. Unfortunately, unlike a kangaroo, the double-pronger in male humans is rarely fully functional. Otherwise, imagine the possibilities…

10) Smoking can reduce the size of the hard manhood by up to one inch, and it can also impair male function. If a guy can’t think of a better reason to ditch the butts, this one should provide some extra motivation.

11) According to a North Korean compilation of world records, the departed Dear Leader Kim Jong Il had a 3 foot long boner.

12) In the Middle Ages, European men often wore a codpiece, an object that resembled a large hard manhood, underneath their clothing. Presumably, the higher the status of the wearer, the larger the ersatz woody – King Henry VIII reportedly had the largest codpiece of his time.

13) In ancient Roman cities such as Pompeii, brothels announced their presence to an illiterate populace by fixing a replica of a massive hard manhood over their doors.

14) Even the healthiest male organ can benefit from a male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). Much more than a simple moisturizer, a top-notch product contains ingredients like L-arginine, which allows for healthy oxygenation of the manhood cells, and acetyl-L-carnitine, which helps to prevent peripheral nerve damage related to aggressive stimulation. Men who apply a male organ cream on a regular basis may experience better sensitivity, as well as a healthier-looking, more youthful manhood.

Visit http://www.man1health.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.