Well, that yellow staining on a man's tighty-whities isn't from
atmospheric pollution - or his hands. The smell makes it plenty clear
that it is residual urine. Shaking doesn't remove everything, as
liquid (any type) has a certain amount of surface tension, thus
capillary action alone guarantees the remainder of a thin film.
Generally, women have a worse problem, mainly because the plumbing
fixture isn't as well nozzled, and the locale is hairier.
However, my entire take on the subject is, if one offers acts wherein
said residual dried material creates an odor making contemplation of
performing said activity unpleasant, the one offered said service
should be GLAD to be asked to wash up first. If there is offense
taken, I should think the offered act was not very much desired, and
offer not to ever offer said activity again. Seriously, the Happy
Hooker made her johns wash before oral sex; why on Earth would a
fellow not extend - happily and politely - the same courtesy to
girlfriend, lover or wife? If for no more reason than to encourage her
enjoyment, and to take care of her - which supposedly, men are (and
avowedly, in most cases) so thoroughly inclined to do. Right? For
those of you maintaining that shaking and stuffing a dirty utensil
back under clothes somehow magically makes it clean, I suggest
inspection of your underwear - before the missus washes it, for
disabusal. Clean enough for every day is not clean enough for this
Of course, ladies, this situation can be reversed, with even worse
problems, for said parallel activity when offered by a man. They make
no bones about complaining of THAT problem, or that it is a problem,
indeed. Turnabout is fair play, fellows.
Myself, I find one of my favorite things is a good hot shower before
other activities - and sometimes after, as well.
On Jan 27, 5:42 pm, The TheatrElf netscape.net> wrote:
> D.J. cableone.net> wrote innews:email@example.com:
>> On 27 Jan 2007 14:57:35 -0800, jeanmacgr...@comcast.net
>>]The question is, should a man after urinating either 1.Take a
>>]piece of toilet paper and dry off his equipment or 2. Dampen
>>]said bit of toilet paer to cleanse the equipment. Is this too
>>]much to ask for the sake of cleanliness? Or is it considered
>>]unnecessary by most guys, because
>> I wash my hands. I'm not gonna dab at my frontal privates with
>> toilet paper.
>> D.J.Generally, such activity wouldn't accomplish anything sanitary.
> With a shake, we're dry; no residue. (If you drip, you have a
> medical problem to address. You're not supposed to drip.)
> Where's it been? Inside our pants. Under two layers of
> clothing. (well, usually.) How's it getting dirty? It can only
> be FROM OUR OWN HANDS. Which is why men are supposed to wash
> their hands BEFORE going, not after. Don't believe me? Ask your
> Using TP is in fact more likely to introduce germs than simply
> tucking it away when you're done.
> The TheatrElfhttp://camera-ephemera.blogspot.com
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