Update: Easily one of the single most disgusting things I’ve seen in a long while. I can’t believe they found a doctor who would perform the procedure. They need to reinstate the Hippocratic Oath.
To get that taste out of your mouth – a humongous ginormous frickin’ rabbit.
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This breaking news in from the DailyMailOnline… thank God it made Cruel Wife cringe.
Forget Viagra, scientists develop what women REALLY want, a spray to make their men cuddle more
… it seems the chemical can make a man ‘feel’ like a woman.
God help us all. They go on in gory detail.
Afterwards the men were shown heart-wrenching photographs including a little girl in tears, a child embracing a cat and a man in mourning, and asked them to describe the level of empathy they felt with those in the pictures.
‘The oxytocin group showed significantly higher emotional empathy levels than those men who had taken the placebo,’ said Dr Rene Hurlemann, of the Friedrich-Wilhelms University of Bonn.
In fact, he added, they reached the ‘levels of sensitivity usually found in females’.
The finding raises the tantalising possibility that women could use oxytocin sprays to help macho boyfriends and husbands get in touch with their feminine side.
Chauvinists could be turned into sensitive souls happy to watch weepy films and critique outfits on shopping trips.
Almost as scary as the idea itself is the crap the Daily Mail is churning out here. They are peddling mass hysteria and naturally progressing to where we men are going to run away screaming like little girls to avoid losing our masculinity.
Scott Adams has been way ahead of anybody’s time on these things though. I tried his site’s autogenerated embed code to hotlink his graphics but I had to truncate the html to get wordpress to show them. (So, Scott – if I’m doing this wrong, let me know and I’ll fix it, K?)
Inscrutable Half-Breed, a co-worker, sent this on… I quote him here verbatim:
Apparently, Pacific Interpreters felt it necessary to go to the trouble of writing this letter to inform this guy that they would have fired him if he hadn’t already been in the process of being fired. A beautiful illustration of why I don’t like HR people. His response is perfect.