Researchers have concluded that hormones in semen may improve a woman's mood. A recent study found that women exposed to their partner's semen, either vaginally or orally, were happier than women having equal amounts of sex, but using a condom.
I'm slightly suspicious about this because the kind of person who practises 'unsafe' sex, i.e. without a condom, is more likely to be in a long term loving, trusting relationship and is therefore, on the whole, likely to feel happier and more fulfilled surely ?
I'll agree to agree with you Rach, if you agree to split the winnings !
I have to say though that if you look (god forbid) at the images of people jumping from the World Trade Centre following the tragic terrorist attacks last year, many of those people were clearly moving (in terror) on the way down, so I don't think you die of fright when falling.
Also, when you get into other terrifying situations - getting mugged, ending up in a field with a bull, meeting the mother-in-law for the first time, you don't die of fright, so what should be different about jumping off a building ?
"Blue socks are blue even when you close the drawer. It is your perception that changes."
Nicely put wr8er...
BUT, does the light go out when you close the door in the fridge ?
Are you SURE that the blue sock is still blue when you shut the drawer ? Perhaps the light falling on the sock makes it change so that it is 'blue'. In the dark maybe the material behaves differently so that it isn't really blue anymore !