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August 9th, 2010
Internet Makes Reaching Out and Touching Someone X-Rated

25 Million People Have Cybersex Every Single Day

There are 25 million people in this world who have apparently mastered the skill of typing with one hand.

According to a new survey, approximately 25 million people have CYBERSEX on a DAILY basis.

Another 40 million don't do it daily, but they type dirty on a regular basis.

And overall, 150 million people have tried cybersex at some point in their lives.  That's more than 2% of the world's population.

98% of them deny that they've done it.

The survey also found that about 10% of people are up for taking their cybersex to the next level by using VIDEO.

One more thing:  By 2015, when the Internet is even more common, it's estimated that about one out of six people in the world will have tried cybersex. 


And now for something completely different...

You know how they say when a bunch of women live together their "cycles" can sync up?  Now think about this:  What if a bunch of guys lived together and it made the size of their PACKAGES sync up?  Well, that's EXACTLY what happens with male ducks.
According to a study out of Yale University on duck penii . . . yes, our fine Ivy League schools are now devoting resources to the study of duck junk . . . the packages of male ducks grow or shrink depending on who they hang out with.
If a male duck is living near other male ducks, his junk can grow.  It can grow to be up to TEN INCHES LONG . . . which is more than half his body length.

(--Let's pause for a second.  I just told you that there are ducks out there that put your package to SHAME.  I guess DONALD DUCK didn't wear pants because his manhood couldn't fit.)

There's a really simple reason for it all:  The extra length can give the duck an advantage when mating season comes.  So when he's around other males, biologically, his body knows it needs to provide that advantage.
The research also found that when male ducks AREN'T living around other males, their junk SHRINKS . . . until it's 15% to 25% shorter than other ducks.



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