Many men and women in this world are self-proclaimed “bedroom experts.” They believe that just because they know what goes where, it automatically qualifies them as know-it-alls. However, even the man or woman with the most intimate knowledge of sensuality – who can quote and perform every move from the Kama Sutra -- is sure to be surprised by some of these random bedroom facts. Here are 20 bizarre, interesting and otherwise weird facts about doing the deed that are sure to surprise even the most seasoned bedroom guru, as well as some need-to-know tips on maintaining male organ health.
20 Weird Facts Nobody Really Needs to Know About Bedroom
- Male fluid was once used as invisible ink by British spies, but the practice was stopped because it began to smell after it lost its freshness.
- The average length of a male organ is 5 inches long.
- The French word for release is La petite mort, it translates into the little death.
- Bedroom is a natural antihistamine, so next time those sinuses are clogged, head to the bedroom instead of the medicine cabinet for allergy relief.
- Everyone knows about those little magic blue male organ meds, but not everyone knows that seven tablets of it are sold every single second.
- At least 56% of men have had bedroom while at work.
- If a female ferret doesn’t have bedroom for one year, she will die. Good thing the same thing doesn’t happen to humans.
- The average man releases about 18 quarts of reproductive fluid in his lifetime. That amount of baby juice contains half a trillion swimmers.
- A healthy man produces enough seed in two weeks’ time to get every single fertile woman on the planet pregnant. That’s a lot of male swimmers!
- Though chocolate sauce in the bedroom can be sensual, chocolate flavored edible underwear, apparently, is not. Chocolate is the least popular flavor, while cherry is the most.
- The infamous “G-spot” was found by a Professor named Beverley Whipple; she considered naming the area the “Whipple Tickle.”
- Worldwide, it is estimated that 100 million bedroom acts are performed each day. That is roughly the same number of Tweets that go out daily, too.
- The smallest firm male organ ever recorded was 1 cm long. Poor guy.
- A measly 17% of women tend to release during bedroom. Seems like the men of the world need to step up the foreplay – or after-play!
- One out of every ten babies born in Europe was conceived in a bed made by IKEA.
- People who have good bedroom lives tend to live longer than those who aren’t as frequently active between the sheets.
- The German word for contraceptive is Schwangerschaftsverhütungsmittel. Say that 10 times fast.
- In 26 of 50 U.S. states, impotence is a legal grounds for divorce. Ouch, so a guy has problems in the bedroom and gets dumped!
- During the 17-day long 2012 London Olympics, 150,000 free latex barriers were distributed to the athletes, which works out to about 15 per athlete. Looks like they were practicing more than one sport!
- Human releases only last a matter of seconds, but a pig’s release lasts up to 30 minutes! That is probably one and only reason a man has to be jealous of the life of a pig!
Keeping the male organ healthy
While the above facts are largely completely useless, the following information is quite useful. Men wanting to keep the male organ in tiptop health need to do more than just “let it be.” That’s right, the male organ needs more TLC than most men tend to give it. Rather than adopting a wash-and-go type of attitude, a man needs to add a male organ health cream (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) to his daily hygiene regimen. Selecting one filled with male organ healthy vitamins ensure the male organ is getting the essential nutrients it needs to perform at its peak level. Apply after taking a shower and reap the benefits of a male organ that will be healthy and functioning well into the future.
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.