maybe it’s me, but…

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Maybe it’s me, but have you ever read something in a story and then gone online to see if it’s the real deal?

The other day found me researching if the appendix was connected to the rectum after reading about it in an mpreg.

Yeah.  I went there.

So, what’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever looked up after you’ve seen it in a book or on the tellie?  Be embarrassed with me.  Please.

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22 Responses to maybe it’s me, but…

  1. Tam says:

    So. Is it?

    I’m not sure I’m that curious. Can’t think of anything off-hand.

  2. Jenre says:

    I once read a scene where a guy stimulated another guy’s prostate with his tongue. I had to check that one out because it didn’t seem possible to do that. I was right :).

    • Jenre says:

      Erm, by ‘check it out’ I mean look it up in a book, not have a go myself. Just thought I’d clarify that!

      • ingrid2009 says:

        You are wise to clarify that Jen. There are people out there who would think otherwise.

        I normally don’t. Maybe check a map for a location.

        • Kris says:

          “There are people out there who would think otherwise.”

          You were referring to me. Weren’t you.

          Hmmm. I’m trying to think if I’ve ever checked the location of a place. I don’t think so. Unless it’s fantasy and there’s a map in the book. That’s a given.

          • ingrid2009 says:

            Not you, in general. I have been around this pervy lot for a long time now. Their minds are firmly in the gutter.

            I love maps in fantasy books!

            • Kris says:

              “Not you, in general. I have been around this pervy lot for a long time now. Their minds are firmly in the gutter.”

              This is true. Tam’s comments are a case in point.

      • Kris says:

        Sure, Jen. We totally believe you.

        Maybe the guy could shift his tongue? Now there’s a somewhat icky thought.

  3. Juni says:

    I once read a Siren book (don’t throw things, it was a moment of weakness), and in a sex scene it mentioned pushing through the ‘guardian’ muscle. Although I’ve been nursing for 600 years & had never heard of this, I doubted myself enough to try to look it up, thinking perhaps it was a US term. Complete & utter nonsense. Sadly, it seems to have caught on, and I’ve seen it used by other authors who don’t bother with their own research. Sphincters.

    • Kris says:

      The guardian muscle is the sphincter or the authors are?

      I’ve just read a bucket of books in which the guardian muscle was mentioned when it came to describing the logistics involved with those new to anal sex. Maybe it’s meant to be the equivalent of a hymen? Wouldn’t that be precious.

    • Tam says:

      Okay, I think it’s like this. There is the very outside muscle (aka the starfish, rosebud, etc.) but then there is the inside muscle, just a bit inside which keeps things closed up tight. The pictures show it as wide open, but judging from the blue part, there’s a second muscle which ensure’s water and air tightness (except when visiting Mexico). Now I’m not sure which one is the guardian, the first bit or the second bit.

        • Kris says:

          In the books I was reading the guardian was the internal muscle, hence the hymen like thing. But obviously this wouldn’t happen if you were a virgin holidaying in Mexico. Or Bali. Or going to some restaurants in Perth.

          Oh, and Tam? Hun? You have way too much time on your hands. Just saying.

  4. Willowwisp says:

    How big a midget penis was- on average. 🍤

  5. Tam says:

    Okay, I’m afraid to google this. Just saw it today.

    (hoping this works)

    • Kris says:

      I just covered myself in sympathy. Dear God. I really, really hope this isn’t true.

      • Tam says:

        Well, I couldn’t resist, it is “true”, but it involves not actual ironing (ouch) but some general laser treatments in “the area” that supposedly tighten muscles up down there thus drawing the family jewels up a bit tighter. If you google “My failed attempt at ironing my balls” it’s explained. LOL

        I like to think of my replies to your blog as my contributions to the education of a nation. A perverse nation, but none-the-less, my people.

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