Thursday, November 24, 2011

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Smoking Will Shorten Men's Penis Size

Besides causing heart disease, stroke and lung cancers, smoking also affects male virility. Not only concerning erectile dysfunction or impotence, cigarettes are also able to shorten the size of the penis.

According to Dr. Salimpour, the negative effect of smoking on the penis is the same as the effect of smoking on heart. This is a blood vessel damage, which makes blood flow obstructed.

Basically this is the effect of elastin, the elastic connective tissue protein and allows tissues in the body to get back into shape after stretching or contraction. In this case, elastin affects the ability of penile erection.

Dr. Salimpour explained, elastin can stretch like rubber. This is what happens to the penis as a result of increased blood flow.

Smoking can damage body’s ability to do that, so it could affect the size of the penis and erectile ability. But researchers could not determine how many cigarettes can damage elastin and shorten the penis size.

Would you still smoke after reading this? Decide yourself to stay long or short. =D

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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

What you know about CONDOM?

Did you ever wonder what can we use condom on? Let's talk about a little bit of 'What is CONDOM?'.

A condom is a barrier device most commonly used during sexual intercourse to reduce the probability of pregnancy and spreading sexually transmitted diseases (STDs—such as gonorrhea, syphilis, and HIV). It is put on a man's erect penis and physically blocks ejaculated semen from entering the body of a sexual partner. Because condoms are waterproof, elastic, and durable, they are also used in a variety of secondary applications. These include collection of semen for use in infertility treatment as well as non-sexual uses such as creating waterproof microphones and protecting rifle barrels from clogging.
You can read more about the history and how to use it here.

Lets talk about some other uses of condom besides wearing on your little boner. The first one was my favourite, it's so cute!

Make balloon figures

Transform Into the Condom Fairy

Cover a Bleeding Finger

Hand them out to Trick or Treaters

Make a Dress

Water Balloons 

Keep Loose Change in your pocket

Use as Test Tubes

Waterproof Your Phone

Christmas tree decorations

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Monday, November 14, 2011

Monday, November 14, 2011

Honda CR-Z launched – RM115k OTR with Insurance

Honda Malaysia earlier this evening launched the CR-Z, making Malaysia the first country in Southeast Asia to offer the three-door hybrid hatch to car enthusiasts. The third Honda hybrid to be introduced in the country is priced at RM115,000 on the dot, on-the-road with insurance (or if you will, RM111,878, without insurance).

The “hot-hatch hybrid,” as the company has tagged it, is powered by a 114 PS and 145 Nm 1.5 litre LEA SOHC i-VTEC engine and a 10 kW (or 14 PS) and 78 Nm MF6 brushless DC electric motor and a sophisticated Intelligent Power Unit (IPU) – together, the powertrain combination delivers 124 PS at 6,000 rpm and 174 Nm of torque at 1,000 to 1,500 rpm.

The IMA Hybrid System is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, which is the standard transmission for the car, with a Hill-Start Assist function present. The vehicle also features a 3-Mode Drive System, which enables the driver to choose and switch between Sport, Normal and Economy modes with the switch of an individual button.

The three modes alter the response of the throttle, steering, idle stop timing, climate control and the level of assistance provided by the IMA Hybrid System, and the individual modes are also indicated on the Illuminated Advance Sports Meter as glowing coloured rings of light. In Sport mode, you get – as expected – improved acceleration response, and steering feedback is tighter; in this mode, the light on the meter goes red.

Normal mode of course provides the optimum balance between driving performance and fuel economy, with an EPS response that’s balanced, smooth and agile. Switching to Econ mode, as it’s called, reduces throttle response, optimises motor assist, controls the air conditioning economically and lengthens idle stops to maximise fuel efficiency.

In Normal and Econ mode, the glowing coloured rings of light in the meter display changes from blue to blue-green to green depending on the driver’s style of driving; green, of course signifies the most fuel efficient driving.

Equipment on the 1,160 kg vehicle includes halogen headlamps with LED positioning lights, front fog lamps, a three-spoke leather steering wheel, cruise control, a six-speaker audio system with USB and an auxiliary input, rear foldable seats (which really are jump seats at best – there’s enough space to get in for an adult, but you can’t sit up straight!) and a glovebox cooler, among others. Folding down the rear seat back translates into 410 litres of boot space, which allows space for two golf bags.

On the safety front, the car comes equipped with dual front airbags, side airbags with Occupant Position Detection System and side curtain airbags. There’s ABS, BA and EBD as well as Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) in the mix too.

The CR-Z rides on 16-inch five twin-spoke alloys, wrapped with 195/55 series rubbers. At point of launch, there’s only a single external colour for the car, which is Premium White Pearl, but expect other shades to join the palette list soon – we hear that red, black and silver will come about as it goes along. And yes, you can also expect an auto CVT-equipped version to arrive on the scene sometime next year, but no word yet exactly when.

Credit to   Comment below what you think about this new Honda CR-Z. We can discuss our opinion here together. =D

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