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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlippoth View Post
    So say again how this applies to circumcision?
    It's called thread drift. But I'll add one more little quote tidbit from a medical site just to put the nail in this coffin once and for all:

    On culturing urine samples for bacteria.

    Sometimes, more than one type of bacteria will be present. This may be due to an infection that involves more than one pathogen; however, it is more likely to be due to contamination from the skin picked up during the urine collection.
    http://www.labtestsonline.org/unders...re/sample.html

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    More than ONE type of bacteria?! Oh my, the bacteria in the mouth, you don't want to see the stats. It is horrible! I wouldn't kiss anyone if I were you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Oral sex is pretty clean in normal, hygenic situations compared to kissing opened mouth, just FYI.

    You seem weirdly squeamish about the very miniscule bacteria on urethras, but do you know how much is in your mouth?
    It is unsterile by definition. It has nothing to do with being safe or not to drink. I'm just trying to put down an old wives' tale. Qlippoth is right about this thread drifting off so...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    It's called thread drift. But I'll add one more little quote tidbit from a medical site just to put the nail in this coffin once and for all:

    On culturing urine samples for bacteria.



    http://www.labtestsonline.org/unders...re/sample.html

    Ok, that's all. Now - go, and be happy!
    Um, that only applies when there's an infection present, which doesn't count as normal hygenic situation.

    You're in a Ti/Si loop bro. Stop it. You're just being nit-picky, doing that over-precision thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    doing that over-precision thing.
    In a way he is right, sterile means no nothing there. But as for how it looks like in this thread, I think he is wrong. If it is the most sterile you will get from anywhere except extreme circumstances (boiling, chemical sterilization), then it is an overreaction to imply it is dirty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    But these guys are saying that every boy is imperfect and needs a modification in order to be perfected.
    Then they need to admit defeat now because no penis addition or subtraction is gonna make that happen.
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    You don't see anything wrong with the implication that every boy is born imperfect? Where are the feminists when I need them?! Arr! :steam:

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    I don't think we can objectively define perfection, therefore, it doesn't exist. Hence, we must be imperfect, which doesn't bother me in the least.
    I got my smile from the sunshine,
    I got my tears from the rain.
    I learned to dance when I saw a tiger prance,
    And a peacock taught me to be vain.
    A little owl in a tree so high,
    He taught me how to wink my eye.
    I learned to bill and coo from a turtledove,
    And a grizzly bear taught me how to hug.
    But the guy that lived two caves from me,
    He taught me how to love.

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    But cutting them makes them better than what nature can produce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    You don't see anything wrong with the implication that every boy is born imperfect? Where are the feminists when I need them?! Arr! :steam:
    This is a point I thought about making earlier, but decided not to because it's more emotional than logical. I didn't think there was anything wrong with my brand newborn boy when he came out that needed cutting to be fixed. It's the same reason I didn't see any reason to feed him something that came out of a can when awesome stuff came out of my boobies for him. (I was fortunate that I was able to do that, and if I hadn't been able to, I would have been glad for options... just like, if he were born with phimosis, I'd be glad we could circumcise him and take care of it easily. But in the absence of any of those reasons to go outside of what nature provided... why would I?)

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