The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly


The Good:

PMS Buddy – an early warning system for men.

Welcome to! is a free service created with a single goal in mind: to keep you aware of when your wife, girlfriend, mother, sister, daughter, or any other women in your life are closing in on “that time of the month” – when things can get intense for what may seem to be no reason at all.

For women, this is a great way to give people in your life a heads-up of when you might be feeling a bit irritable without having an awkward conversation.

What’s more, we will not only keep you informed, but will give you some free advice on what to do about it. With, there is no reason to ever be blindsided by PMS again.

Having lived through the Cold War I know how every second of warning counts.

The Bad:

Youthful masturbation can increase cancer in men.

Researchers at the University of Nottingham have determined that men who masturbate often in their 20s and 30s are far more prone to developing prostate cancer.

The scientists surveyed 800 men and about half of them had suffered from prostate cancer.

The same data could be attributed to gentlemen that got their mack on frequently with the ladies, but the higher sexual activity was generally credited the act of self-love.

Ironically, men over 40 that jerk-off or shag a lot of babes can reduce the risk of prostate cancer.

Personally I think my 40 and above score is a close tie with my 30 and below score so I’m feeling pretty safe.

The Ugly:

Alcohol improves men’s performance in bed.

IT gives the phrase “a stiff drink” a whole new meaning: Australian researchers have made the surprise discovery that alcohol improves, rather than damages, men’s performance in the bedroom.

They hope the finding, which flies in the face of conventional belief, will reassure men who worry about the affects of drinking on their sex lives.
Until now, it has been widely believed alcohol consumption could cause erectile dysfunction, commonly called “brewer’s droop”.

But a study of 1580 Australian men has shown the reverse may be true, with drinkers reporting as many as 30 per cent fewer problems than teetotallers.

Even binge drinkers had lower rates of erectile dysfunction than those who never drank, although this type of drinking can cause other health problems.

I do recall beer goggles being a big help with my enthusiasm when I was single.



  1. I was always under the impression that masturbation was GOOD for the prostate. Eh, let’s be honest… this news is not going to stop any guy in his 20s from…

  2. Not unless they are forced to look at Helen Thomas.

  3. You’ll go blind.

  4. And your point would be?

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