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  • why do your balls hurt after ejaculation

    Testicular pain following masturbation could have multiple sources. For example, this pain could be caused by, commonly referred to as Бblue ballsБ. This can occur when a long period of sexual stimulation does not end in ejaculation. During stimulation, the blood vessels in the genitals fill with blood. Ejaculation normally allows this buildup to release so that the blood vessels can quickly return to their normal size. If orgasm is not reached, however, the blood…

  • why should i buy a new car

    I don\’t know what it is, but there\’s something really exciting about being the first person to own a car. Maybe it\’s because brand new cars come with the latest technologies, extremely low mileage, and that new car smell you just can\’t duplicate. Plus, there are no animal crackers stuck between the seats from the previous owner\’s three-year-old. But these aren\’t the only perks of buying new. Unless you have the misfortune of getting stuck…

  • why do some people always blame others

    Some people start to blame everyone around them as soon as anything bad happens. While the habit of blaming others is very common still there is no one common reason behind it but instead there are many different reasons that could make a person blame others. Understanding these reasons is one of the things that will help you deal with people who blame others. By drawing their attention to the real reasons behind their behavior…

  • why do we feel hot or cold

    It wouldnБt be a St. PatrickБs Day celebration in the Windy City without 400,000 spectators crowding the banks of the Chicago River to БoohБ and БaahБ at its (temporarily) emerald green tinge. But how do officials turn the water green? First, a bit of history: The dyeing tradition became an annual thing nearly 60 years ago, in 1962, but its real origins go back even further. In the early days of his administration as Mayor…

  • why do we have poppies on anzac

    The Royal British Legion has started this year\’s Poppy Appeal. In the days leading up to 11 November, you will see people on the TV and in the streets wearing a poppy. This is a symbol to remember those who have given their lives in war. Millions of poppies will be given out over the coming days by tens of thousands of volunteers. Why do we wear poppies? The reason poppies are used to remember…