Friday, January 30, 2015

Vaginas


Being a resident of the Land of Ladyboys - i.e. Thailand - I guess it was inevitable that sooner or later I was going to write a blog post about vaginas.

Well, maybe not inevitable, but likely.

Now for you guys who think, "Clitoris = A Roman General", there is not going to be much in this post to give you much assistance in finding the G-spot (which is not something to do with the velocity required to escape the Earth's atmosphere, by the way).

Science. This week I'm being scientific. Sort of.

My weary eyes were recently taken with the following headline:

ADVANCEMENTS IN REGENERATIVE MEDICINE HAVE MADE ARTIFICIAL VAGINAS A POSSIBILITY

We're talking prosthetics. Apparently. Here's how you make one, just in case you're stuck for something to do this weekend.

"You take cells from external genitalia and you ... create this scaffolding that you place the cells on, and then you implant it to actually create the cavity, and the body takes to it. Two of the the four women that have undergone this procedure at Wake Forest [University] were able to menstruate."

So, gentlemen, there you have it. Easy. Women are now officially redundant. Make one and keep it in your fridge - not in your freezer, obviously - for those evenings when there is nothing much on the TV. Buying dinner in expensive restaurants just to get laid is now a thing of the past. Plus, no mother-in-law, aggravation at forgetting birthdays, etc.

I gather Hollywood is going to make a film about it, entitled "Field of [Wet] Dreams II". The best line will no doubt be, "If you build it, they will come."

Isn't progress wonderful? Sort of.

8 comments:

  1. Cute! Very Cute! I can't make one! Where the hell do I pick one up?

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    1. They should be in Walmart by the Spring.

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  2. So ... Siri can replace me with her sultry voice and wealth of knowledge, and now men have access to a hot vagina any time they like, and without the aggro.

    I'm packing it in and joining the other team,
    eden


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    1. You are irreplaceable, Ms. Baylee. John

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  3. Va-ginny...it's a great state. is that what you're talking abut?

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    1. It's not a State, it's a Commonwealth ;)

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  4. Thanks for sharing that John!

    An inspiration to all those poets and song-writers casting around for rhymes–
    ‘Nothing could be finer...’ etc.

    Happy New Year!

    Laurette

    PS I missed your post on London, just seen it, great! Tear in my eye and a song in my heart (e’en though it’s not a patch on the North...)

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  5. I agree with you about the North, Laurette - I'm originally from near Durham :)

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