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Advice from the 70s

Discussion in 'Personal' started by modelmaker, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. modelmaker

    modelmaker Lead commenter

    A piece of advice passed on from medical advisors to girls during the 70s was something along the lines of: "If you wouldn't put it in you're mouth, it oughtn't enter your vagina."
    It would be nice to report that evey girl I met took this literally, but I can't in alll honestly say they were as dilligent as they should have been, despite my efforts in reminding them of this advice.
    That was quite ahile ago now, and it's probable that any woman from that era who fancied me would be taking her dentures out before making a judgement on the matter, so I'm inclined to ask whether similar advice is being given these days or whether alternatives are being advised.

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