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02-15-09, 02:00 PM #1
Driving Solo Tips for handling your stickshift and why you shouldn't slam on the breaks
In order to become familiar with the nuances of your equipment and learn how it responds in different situations, high-speed solo driving on a closed course can be helpful. According to a recent survey, nearly one-third of British men do this weekly. And contrary to rumor, it will not harm your equipment. In fact, it can be viewed as a practice lap for sex, where you're forever flirting with the limits of control.
Engaging the Choke
To postpone ejaculation and extend lovemaking, engage "the choke." This technique involves firmly squeezing the tip of the penis just behind the head prior to orgasm.
Your privates were designed and developed for optimum performance and efficiency using high-quality fuel. Low-quality fuel can cause cholesterol build-up in arteries and veins, thereby reducing blood flow to and from your privates and causing hard starting or stalling. In fact, every one-point increase in your total cholesterol correlates to an almost 1.5 times greater risk of erection problems. To avoid this in, use fuel that has a fat content below 30 percent and is low in cholesterol and high in fibre. Such fill-ups will greatly reduce circulatory-system deposits.
0–60 mph: Independent testing shows that it generally takes three to five minutes for the flaccid penis of a young male to become fully erect once sexual stimulation begins. This reaction time at least doubles with age.
Avoid rapid acceleration on slick surfaces. Failure to do so could cause partial or complete loss of control.
Slamming on the brakes while driving at high speed can result in a painful condition. During sexual stimulation, blood gathers in the testicles. If ejaculation doesn't occur and sexual excitement continues, the resulting congestion in the arteries there can cause a dull pain, similar to that of an aching muscle.
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