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What happened to mans penis?

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Or God plucked the baculum out of Adam. I wonder if the fundamentalists are going to be arguing for this "alternate interpretation" to be taught in public schools? Or are they going to persist with their idea that we're all as smooth as a Barbie doll down there until we get married?

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In order to maximize brain size, human babies come out as big as possible, making birth more painful for women than other species, I wonder if baculum-less men are the result of some change in women, maybe so they wouldn't need reinforcement.

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Per the Skulls Unlimited website:

The largest Baculum in the mammal kingdom belongs to the walrus, which can reach a length of 30 inches.

 

Hmm...so what does that say about me?

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Hmm...so what does that say about me?
Tupperware has more use than you do for a tight seal?

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Tupperware has more use than you do for a tight seal?
I really do apologize for the thread-interruption, but that gets a golf clap from me. :D

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Damn that was good...

 

awesome

 

and he didn't have to think about it much

elapsed time was only 17 minutes

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^ that was good

 

It probably was the switch to bipedalism, because I imagine that if you did have a 6" bone sticking out of you, it would be liable to get brocken if you ever fell over, it also would make for a tempting target by any sort of animal that may be attacking, and finally in competition between males of that time if one male ever wanted to "disarm" his opponent then he wouldn't have to look very far.

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i always figured it was just for durability reasons. one swift kick and youve got a broken baculum. in their current forms our penises can take quite a beating without losing functionality. i didnt realize other mammals had one though : P

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our penises can take quite a beating without losing functionality.

 

from experience?

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from experience?

 

Soccer: 1 ball, 3 knees

 

Wrestling: lets just say there is a move called "the nutcracker"

 

 

and we practiced it.

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^ that was good

 

It probably was the switch to bipedalism' date=' because I imagine that if you did have a 6" bone sticking out of you, it would be liable to get brocken if you ever fell over, it also would make for a tempting target by any sort of animal that may be attacking, and finally in competition between males of that time if one male ever wanted to "disarm" his opponent then he wouldn't have to look very far.[/quote']

 

Yeah, I think going to bipedalism is what seperates us from the other apes. I think reproduction success would likely be the selection factor. A penis without the bone probably varied in size more than with one? So the larger ones kept producing more offspring, etc.

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and we practiced[/i'] it.

 

And that is why I decided not to do wrestling. Call it preserving genetic integrity, if you will. :)

 

This is probably the funniest thread I have ever read on this forum. Golf clap to all involved, especially in the insulting!

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