This exchange on live TV is really something.
[Image via Fox News.]
Yeah, we're NOT lying!!!
Author Paul "Fotie" Photenhauer just finished writing his new semen cocktail cookbook, Semenology: The Semen Bartender's Handbook, and while we automatically gagged when we saw the title, Photenhauer actually has a good reason as to why he put together his second book.
In the recipe manual, Paul teaches us how to create drinks using mint, zest, lemon and err… sperm. But just when we wanted to spit up our lunch, the author notes:
Have you ever wondered if you or your partner have been using a rubber the right way?!?
Well, since no one ever really stops to think in the heat of the moment, researchers from Indiana University took it amongst themselves to analyze 50 different studies on condom usage, and after finding a super looooong list, Men's Health got dibs on the top 15 things that lovahs are doing wrong while using love gloves.
Here's what the mag said:
Welp, no one said getting it on is always sweet as heart shaped candy!
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that 19.7 million sexually transmitted diseases are diagnosed every year in America, and the cost to cure all those NAS-TAY bugs cost a whopping $16 billion!
Damn. Planned Parenthood definitely keeps busy year around.
According to the report, 15 to 24 year olds are being held accountable for contracting the STDs, with the most common virus being
Good! STD-free is the way to be!! LOLz
And although the ex-flings didn't have a court date set until February 24, 2014, Humphries took it upon himself to take an STD test before the hearing to prove that he did NOT give Goldberg the virus — and according to the docs, his test came back
No wonder Kim Kardashian left him! LOLz
Kris Humphries got busy with a woman named Kayla Goldberg almost three years ago, and ever since they had unprotected sex, Miz Goldberg has been claiming that he gave HERPES. EEK!
However, since the Brooklyn Nets star is 100 percent sure that he did NOT give her the virus, he's now planning on suing her for accusing him.
Thank goodness for technology!
Now we can prove to sexual partners that we're STD free! Just by bumping phones!
The new smartphone feature called "safe bumping" uses an app called MedXSafe where people can quickly exchange contact info and STD-free status.
Wow! We can't imagine what kind of uproar this caused at PTA meetings.
In Philadelphia, almost a third of their high schools are getting free condom dispensers installed!!
Before you start questioning why they'd do that… five percent of the city's high school students tested positive for STDs!!
Some even had HIV!!
So this sounds like a really really important idea to us.
A school district spokesman said: