Blueberry surprise happens when a woman shoves a handful of blueberries up her vagina, then proceeds to have vaginal sex with an unknowing male participant. After the guy realize the vagina doesn’t feel like a normal vagina, he pulls out, and once doing this the woman pushes all the mushed excess blueberries out and yells surprise!
This can also be known as a Blueberry Milkshake if the guy blows a load while the blue berries are still inside her.
Jared – “So I was hiding behind the bathroom door when my girlfriend walked in. I decided to sneak up on her and tap that bitch on the shoulder. When she turned around I gave her a blueberry surprise! Then told that bitch to make me a sandwich.”
Blueberry sex Blueberry surprise happens when a woman shoves a handful of blueberries up her vagina, then proceeds to have vaginal sex with an unknowing male participant. After the guy realize
For the Sake of Blueberries and Sex
The long history of impotence cures
Posted Jan 18, 2016
As it happened, I skimmed a headline from Stat Morning Rounds about blueberries reducing erectile dysfunction and then read a review of Maria Konnikova’s latest book, The Confidence Game (about why we fall for con artists). So my first thought about blueberries and penises was this: Are they putting us on? According to Konnikova, we are really gullible and love a good story. I’d like to add that men are particularly gullible when it comes to anything that claims to make their penises work better. There’s a long, reliable history:
One 17th century doctor promoted a horseradish-based cream–three times a day for 40 days. If you didn’t want to do it yourself, your doctor would do it for you. Hmmm, makes you wonder about doctor-patient relationships then.
In the early 1920s, another doctor claimed to cure an impotent 34-year-old patient with testicle implants from a recently executed prisoner. The surgeon put one testicle inside the man’s scrotal sac; he sliced the other testicle into eight pieces and wove them into his abdominal skin. Apparently the surgery was a triumph–the man claimed to be a sexual dynamo. He also lost weight.
We now know that the placebo effect has a huge impact on erectile dysfunction cures (check out this recent piece in STAT) And sometimes the effects are only temporary. The testicle implants only worked for three years and then, the poor guy got fat and impotent all over again. These were the days before any kind of scientific study. No one knows why he felt better in the first place or why he slumped, again. Without any more donor balls handy, the young man refused his doctor’s request to try the hormone therapies of the day.
As for the blueberry cure published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, it certainly can’t hurt, I mean not as much as having someone else’s testicles sewn into you. And maybe the power of the placebo will make you feel like a chick magnet—at least for a while. But I’d suggest that you check Stat New’s piece about erectile dysfunction cures. Perhaps the most reliable advice is this: before ingesting any supposed cure, you may want to season it with a healthy dose of skepticism.
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