Is it true that only apes, whales, snakes, humans, and the usually modest prickly hedgehog, make love face to face?
The Walrus | August 10, 2012 - 13:37
Hedgehogs don't make out face to face, it's a myth. I believe whales and dolphins do it side by side, which is why they have unfeasibly long penises, and snakes wrap around each other in a big tangle. Apparently most apes mate from back-a-hind doggie style, but chimps and bonoboes are more experimental and sometimes do it face to face.
lavadis | August 10, 2012 - 13:46
I think the black widow spider has the most civilized mating habits
FTSE100 | August 10, 2012 - 13:58
I do it by email.
The Walrus | August 10, 2012 - 14:14
The safest, most hygienic way, of course, is to have sex in separate rooms. Or preferably separate houses. In wetsuits.
tan63 | August 10, 2012 - 18:00
I was just now pondering on a big blue hole in the cloud and, much to my shame, wondering,if other animals are at it all the time, like rabbits, why is it that there's a scarcity of them. Other animals that is. Perhaps they're not. Or maybe they have some inbuilt contraceptive system that works, ie. unless they really fancy and respect someone else, they don't conceive.
tan63 | August 10, 2012 - 18:01
'survival of the species'. That's a load of propagandist bollocks, isn't it?
Natalia | August 10, 2012 - 21:02
Uh, interesting question...but I don't know. You probably think I'm really unhelpful.
Denzella | August 10, 2012 - 23:22
Oh FTSE 100,
So it's you blocking up by Inbox. I did wonder...
I've had to change my hotmail account to Hot Male account.
The Walrus | August 11, 2012 - 01:19
Mine's remaining a hot mail account, but that's because I'm a medieval armor fetishist.
Geoffrey | August 11, 2012 - 12:01
What are you all talking about?
The Walrus | August 11, 2012 - 14:48
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