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In case you missed the awesome weekend posts, here they are again:
Another AFAR list: 27 Dreamy Swimming Holes. Some of these look awesome!
Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Sex in Space. Because my blog educates. Lol!
“Because of the micro-gravity environment sweat and tears don’t run down the astronaut’s bodies like it does here on Earth, instead it pools like small ponds of fluid near where it was secreted,” Millis explained. “If the motion is vigorous enough it could be ejected from the surface of the body. This means that liquid would both be pooling on the body, especially where there is contact with the other person. Also, the more they moved, pools of liquid would be flying off around the couple.” [Oh my God, this sounds so awful, glad I did not become an astronaut woohoo!]
In conclusion, sex in space, while not impossible, will definitely be a goddamn disaster, at least for the foreseeable future. Maybe the bizarre mechanics will inspire innovation, like that sex pod from The Fifth Element. Until then, just have sex on Earth, guys. [We always post good advice here!]
And this comment in blog above is hilarious:
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