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Scientists might have uncovered what makes the word moist feel so unsatisfying in your ears.
PLOS One in a study found that around 18 percent of people have a “categorical aversion” to the word “moist.”
Here’s what IFLScience add to say about it.
“Paul Thibodeau, a cognitive psychologist from Oberlin College, considered three different hypotheses for why the word makes so many people’s skin crawl. These possible explanations were the sound of the word, the word’s connotation, and the social transmission of the idea that the word is disgusting.
Within a series of five experiments, Thibodeau investigated American English-speaking participants’ opinion of the word “moist,” among other words. These included words related to bodily function (such as phlegm, puke, and vomit), clusters of words related to sex (such as f*ck, horny, and p*ssy), and words that sounded similar to “moist” (such as foist, hoist, and rejoiced).
His study found that people who said they were averse to the word “moist” often pointed to the sound of the word as the source of their disgust. People who weren’t averse to the word said it was its connotations to sex. However, people who didn’t like the word had no problem with similar-sounding words.
The study found that people who identified as categorically averse to “moist” also found words such as “phlegm” and “vomit” more aversive, although not words such as “vagina,” “horny,” or “penis.” This suggests that the word’s association with bodily fluid is a strong reason for why it is so gross to so many people.”
Kris Aaron and Andy Walker decorate your old china in a very ‘gay’ fashion! It is neo-kitsch, LGBT and a great idea. Imagine surprising your grandmother with this
For around a 150$ on Pansy Ass Ceramics, you can have explicit images or a simple phrases on a plate.
But do not try to surprise your friends by filling up there plates and waiting for them to unveil those sexy images. The wares are meant for decorative purposes only!
Who does this!
Two Toronto boys making your Grandma’s china, favorite knick-knacks and tchotchkes just a little bit more gay!
And there is even some for women!
In this hilarious (and horrifying) comic by Loryn Brantz, you can learn all the blowjob tips you SHOULD NEVER DO, as (mostly) seen in Cosmopolitan magazine. They’re known for their hilarious enthusiasm for scrunchies, sticky syrups and humming, but I don’t think they ever actually advocated using open flames… that may be a little creative license. Still, I guess her heart is in the right place with the use of a soothing burn ointment handjob… Right?
See the full comic here and then… Don’t try this at home. Well, maybe try the show tunes part.
Happy St. Patrick’s day, everyone. Piper’s Irish eyes are smiling and she’s covered up with a beautiful green wrap. If you’re Irish or just enthusiastic about leprechauns, the colour green, drinking or yelling along to Irish ditties, it’s a pretty fun holiday. For us, it’s mostly about making terribly awesome puns about oral sex. After all, today is a day to get lucky! And what makes you luckier than licking? Of course, you can always kiss the “blarney stone” which theoretically could mean just about anything, but we mean genitals. 😉 Top of the morning wood to ye! And, for the more analingus-ly focused: bottoms up! I think my favourite one by far is that, well, it’s magically delicious. And really, what’s more magical or delicious than oral sex?
You like sex, don’t you? Well, you probably wouldn’t be here if you weren’t at least intrigued by the concept. Cracked has 4 tips to help men get more sex, but it’s not at all what you think or what you might expect from them. I think a lot of people think of Cracked as pure comedy, and in many ways it is, but this is comedic advice with a heavy dose of reminding men to treat women with respect.
Their points are as follows: treat her with respect forever, don’t JUST be nice — be an interesting human being, don’t think that sex is owed to you and, perhaps most poignantly, don’t read advice on how to get women/have more sex. This is some really great and nuanced advice couched in hilarious references to everything from a fake Robocop script to anthropomorphized ice cream treats. It occasionally veers into fake misogynist lingo, reading like the usual sex tips that men get, but it’s actually just very positive and woman-friendly concepts being fed to people who might not be expecting it.
What do you think of this? What if we infiltrated all sorts of traditional vestiges of manliness? Is this a spoon full of sugar to help the medicine go down, or is this hiding the medicine in something so they’ll not even realize it until it’s too late? By medicine, I mean realistic sex and relationship advice that goes against what men are usually taught. Maybe we could extend this to women’s magazines, too! But who knows if you could continue to sell issue after issue and get the hits you need if you were always talking about respect… Maybe you could! Thoughts?