Is it just me?
I watched the latest Siemens advert the other day and found the final tag line a touch funny..
Clever double entendre or innocent phrase?Posted 7 years ago
“the future moving in”, insert semen, into the correct place at the right time, can create new life.
New life being created becomes the future.
To install semen, you could say it is the future moving in.
Hope that makes some sense. My brain is a complex tool and i think way outside the box some times.
This has never really benefited me in anyway. Other than to raise confused looks and an initial smile from me.Posted 7 years ago
Thanks for explaining that your hairyness.
Emma, although it is inserted in. It still has a little way to go before reaching the egg.
To do so, it ‘moves’ itself in the general direction of the egg. thus moving in.
BTW. The female sperm X are stronger better swimmers. Whilst the males Y are weaker.
This is why, a certain sex baby can be achieved by luck and method.
The further the sperm has to travel, the more likely it is, that an X celled sperm fertilises the egg.
This can be achieved both by shallow ejaculate release or by fertilisation at the beginning of the monthly cycle. When the egg is further down the tube) Or both.
Also because the X is stronger, they survive longer in a warm environment. So tight undies and even lycra can lead to female offspring.
So there you have it. Cyclists with small penis’s a slack GF/wife and perfect timing, can result in a girl.
HTHPosted 7 years ago
So now if I have a girl one day you’ll all think I have a massive fanny? 🙁
Emsz, don’t even joke about the stupid RC. He tried to land it on my head last night an got it completely tangled in my hair. He nearly got kicked so hard in the you know what’s he wouldn’t be able to use either chopper again.
Thanks for the explanation sharki, have I taken the shine off it now for you though? 🙂Posted 7 years ago
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