Thank you for reading thecheers.org's Relationships articles.

Article by





Ask Dr. Whacko

 article about Ask Dr. Whacko
2006-06-05 02:17:53
Dear Dr. Whacko:





"Why do they call it a "blow job"? I mean she's not really BLOWING.


And why do we say "I ate her out"? I mean we don't really EAT anything.





Dr. Whacko: "You need to do less thinking and more fucking. Now go
get laid, or go whack off, and don't write me any more letters."




have your say


more in Relationships
Dr. Wacko reports on the strange case of Smuelovitch

Dr. Wacko reports on the strange case of Smuelovitch.

Ask Dr. Whacko

I have trouble getting it up. So I've been doing a lot of cunnilingus which my girlfriend is happy about but it leaves me with a bad taste in my mouth. I don't mean literally. I mean, I'd rather be screwing her. I tried a wood splint but it gave her splinters. What would you recommend?

Ask Dr. Whacko - Your journey to healthy sex and occasional perversion

I don't know whether you are familiar with the Kama Sutra, but my partner and I tried position #89. I injured my spine and now have major chiropractic expenses. Do you think I should sue Mr. Sutra?

Relationship Deal Breakers; Do You Know What YOURS Are?

It should be understood that you and your partner will have different opinions on a few philosophical ideals, plus life goals and values. But what goals or philosophies do you want your partner to share in order to give the marriage a better chance of success?

Are men allowed to be weak?

Iím not gonna say itís something that many men wonder about. Most likely, they donít. Some do, however, including me. Are men allowed to be weak? Weakness is really not something you think of when talking about men, whether youíre representing the sex of male or female. It doesnít really matter. Letís face it, men are supposed to be the strong sex. Thatís the truth!

thecheers.org

Welcome to TheCheers! We've been around for a long time now, since 2004, publishing articles by people from all over the world. Roughly 300 people from 30 different countries have written for us over the years. Should you want to become a volunteer contributor, be sure to contact us!

Random
Entertainment Blogs
get in touch

You can contact us via The Cheers Facebook page or The Cheers NEW Twitter account.