"I love having my cock in boiling water"

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  1. NorwaySchlong

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    Is this statement false or true? "I love having my cock in boiling water".
    Think before answer. I am not mad, have a normal sensation of my body, never hurt myself and dont like pain. i have a PhD i chemistry.

    Anyone who can solve this one?
     
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    Would love to help you hold it - great body and natural cock BUT why in boiling water??
     
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    True, a rooster is tough and needs to be boiled to be useful in soup.
     
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    Good one. Here's another riddle:

    Why is this thread in "Penis Enlargement"?
     
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    You will understand when the answer comes.
     
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    You meant sparkling water by boiling
     
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    I believe you're right.
     
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    A PhD doesn't mean that you're not off your head!
     
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    "He has to up the ante. He's going to to take 4 fingers."

    Yeah, let's see him dip his dick. :biggrin1:
     
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    keep in mind that water will boil at room temperature if the pressure is low enough!
     
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    over (well, under)-pressured vacuum pump can boil water at room temperature.. and, remember, blood contains water... pretty nasty to see the ruptured veins/arteries.
     
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    These kind of threads at least wake up our minds!
     
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    Howdy, and here is the answer: I use a penis pump, and has discovered the pleasure of water pumping. Fill the pump with ca half with pleasureably hot water. Remember the pump is airtight and watertight. You can waterpump in your sofa without spioiling water, no problem. Water pumping is great, i think the pressure is exceeded more in all directions, and you dont get the donut-effect. One time i had a bit warmer water than before, I noticed bubbles at the base coming up. Thought it was a leackage, but of course the water was boiling at this temperature with the vacuumed airpressure above the surface.
     
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    Guess I came the closest to the correct answer, but still way off.:redface:
     
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    Fail.

    Increase in pressure will result in an INCREASE of boiling point. Better luck next time.
     
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    Wasn't the pressure decreased in a vacuum?
     
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    If it's a male chicken, ofcourse, but I prefer "coq au vin"...
     
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    In a vacuum its a decrease in pressure. nice try though.'

    The reduction in pressure lowers the temperature at which blood and other body fluids boil, but the elastic pressure of blood vessels ensures that this boiling point remains above the internal body temperature of 37°C.


    This is why astronauts use space suits other wise they would be dead in minutes.
     
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    Ok, so let me ask this then. If you did indeed lower the pressure in the vacuum, which I guess makes sense sorry about the other post, do you actually claim to have lowered the pressure to about 0.07 atmospheres from 1 atmosphere? (assuming that the water was about 40 celcius)
     
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