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August 23, 2014

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Connor

That 'giant vaginas' tag has been surprisingly useful.

David

That ‘giant vaginas’ tag has been surprisingly useful.

More so than I’d anticipated, yes.

JuliaM

"Make sure to tie that rope off! I'm going in..."

Sam

the largest, most convoluted vaginas on the planet.

I've always said this is an educational blog.

jabrwok

I think they have a different definition for "necessary" than I do.

Tom

"Don't be a dick and shove your arm right up in there."

12 words.

R. Sherman

Five syllables in search of an haiku:

Whale's big vagina.

b moe

Women may underestimate the role of female selection in reproduction but boys figure it out as teenagers.

Henry

Well I remember the David Attenborough wildlife programme where he described the mating behaviour of whales.

The female was somewhat protective of this giant vagina, floating and rolling onto her back in an effort to play "hard-to-get".

The male's member, on the other hand, was "several metres long and very flexible" - surely another useful tag there - so he was able to mate with her anyway - if not to "mount" her, exactly.

mojo

Hell, you can fit a whole baby whale up there.

David

“several metres long and very flexible” - surely another useful tag there

[ Rubs chin, tilts head, ponders. ]

Shiggz

Dave,

Am just beginning the book "Conservative Insurgency" If you have read it, I would be interested in your thoughts.

David

Shiggz,

I haven’t read it, so no thoughts.

Kevin B

From the article:

...we’ve got to know the basics about what makes a population grow (successful sex and reproduction) and shrink (mortality).

"So that's that sorted then, now to look at the vajayjays."

dicentra

Does bitty fish know this?

If Britain were one of the United States, it would be the poorest, after Mississippi.

What UP you guys? Lads, I mean. Aren't your policies supposed to be better for society that ours?

Shiggz

dicentra, wow! Not surprised by his findings only, that it was allowed to be reported.

ac1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQsJ3EMgdN4

Hal

If Britain were one of the United States, it would be the poorest, after Mississippi.

Errr . . . Really?!??!?!?

For mere GDP/population, of course Alaska is going to lead, Alaska is rather short on population . . . And how does Alaska have the bigger economy than quite a few other places, including California?

Granting the errors of Wiki, the UK being behind the US and ahead of California, and others, does seem a bit more likely . . . .

dicentra

And how does Alaska have the bigger economy than quite a few other places, including California?

Oil Freaking Revenue, of which the citizens of AK get a cut.

AK also has very little in terms of inner cities where people go to atrophy. The "poor" in AK are misanthropes, hermits, and adventurers who've decided to live off the grid. They get a cut of the oil profits, too, but they're not a drain on the system.

Actually, I've heard many times that the middle class in Britain lives below the US poverty line. When you calculate square feet of living space and whether the family owns a car, guess who wins?

Hal

Oil Freaking Revenue, of which the citizens of AK get a cut.

. . . . Oh, yes, Alaska's got the oil revenue---and the population--- . . . but that's still not the overall economy, and economic size, which is what I'm reacting to . . . .

jones

Finally John Holmes can find a suitable partner.

dicentra

but that's still not the overall economy, and economic size,

Who cares that the overall economy is huge when the individual share of the pie is infinitesimal?

Hal

Who cares that the overall economy is huge when the individual share of the pie is infinitesimal?

Share of the pie?

Instead of GDP/national population, one gets even better numbers when one considers GDP/citizens who have walked on the moon---so for the US, that's [US GDP/12], and for Britain, zero . . . .

I do note that some columnist decided to throw numbers around. So what?

Why care about these numbers??!

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