Taking Care of Mr. Happy: Your Guide to Penis Health

Taking Care of Mr. Happy: Your Guide to Penis Health

Today, we are going to dive into a topic that might make some people blush but is crucial for overall well-being – penis health! Whether you’re a proud owner of the “one-eyed monster,” a concerned partner, or simply curious, this blog is here to provide essential tips for keeping your member in tip-top shape. So, let’s shed any shyness and embark on a fun and educational journey into the realm of penis care!

1. Embrace the Goldilocks Zone of Hygiene: When it comes to penis hygiene, striking a balance is key! Washing your little buddy is important, but don’t go overboard. Over-washing or using harsh soaps can strip away natural oils, leading to dryness and irritation. So, wash gently with warm water and a mild cleanser, and remember to dry thoroughly to avoid unwanted moisture that can foster bacteria.

2. Love Condoms: They’re Your Partners-in-Crime: If Mr. Happy loves to go on adventures, you need to keep him safe. Enter condoms! Not only are they a vital tool for preventing unwanted surprises, but they also offer protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Plus, they come in various sizes, colors, and even flavors – making them a fun and practical accessory!

3. Don’t Skip the Regular Check-ups: Health check-ups aren’t just for your doctor to poke and prod you. They’re also essential for ensuring your little fella is in the pink of health. Regular visits to your healthcare provider can help identify any potential issues early on, making it easier to nip them in the bud before they become major problems.

4. Get Physical – Exercise for Penile Health: Yes, you read that right! Exercise is not only great for your overall health but can also benefit your penis. Engaging in regular physical activity improves blood circulation, which means more oxygen and nutrients are delivered to your nether regions, keeping them happy and healthy.

5. Mind Your Diet – Feed Your Little Soldier: Believe it or not, your diet can play a significant role in penile health. Foods rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals can boost your sexual health by improving blood flow and supporting hormonal balance. So, load up on fruits, vegetables, nuts (no pun intended), and whole grains – they’ll do wonders for your manhood!

6. Stress Less, Love More: Stress is the enemy of both your mind and your penis. Chronic stress can lead to a decrease in libido, erectile dysfunction, and other unwelcome visitors. So, find ways to relax and unwind, whether through meditation, hobbies, or quality time with your partner(s). The more you love, the happier your “little soldier” will be!

7. Mr. Happy Needs Protection from the Sun Too: We all know the importance of sunscreen for our skin, but your genitalia need love from the sun too! Overexposure to the sun’s harmful UV rays can cause skin damage and increase the risk of skin cancer. So, when basking in the sun, give your crown jewels some shade with a beach umbrella or swimwear that offers proper coverage.

8. Say No to Smoking – Light Up Your Life, Not Your Penis: Smoking doesn’t just wreak havoc on your lungs; it can also damage blood vessels and lead to erectile dysfunction. If you want to keep your “manhood” in its full glory, it’s time to kick that smoking habit to the curb!

9. Know Thyself: Regular Cancer Checks: Taking care of your penis involves more than just hygiene and safe practices; it also includes regular cancer checks. Testicular cancer is a common concern for men, but early detection can make a significant difference. Know your testicles’ normal look and feel, and perform self-exams regularly to spot any changes, lumps, or swelling. Don’t delay seeking medical attention if you notice anything unusual. Stay informed about testicular cancer risks and symptoms, and maintain open communication with your healthcare provider. By being proactive and vigilant, you can protect your manhood and overall well-being. So, give your little buddy the love and care he deserves, and stay healthy for a lifetime of adventures together!

Taking care of your penis isn’t rocket science; it’s all about showing a little love and respect to the little guy. By embracing proper hygiene, staying protected, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and being mindful of potential risks, you can keep your “best friend” happy and healthy for years to come. So, here’s to Mr. Happy and a lifetime of joyous adventures together! Cheers!

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HPV shot is important for old broads like me. My arm is still tender from yesterday. Why I got mine and you should get yours


Trying to migrate myself over to the new forum so we can actually have a conversation which is why I'm posting infrequently here.

In the meantime, I am fetching this little circle bandage on my left arm where I got my shot for the HPV virus. That is the needle they give young women around here in Grade 8 to prevent the 6 out of 100 strains of the virus that cause genital warts and cervical cancer. There has even been some unsubstantated claims that the immunization may help prevent breast cancers.  I don't have that substantiated, but I was scared to death by the lecture last week about how many women were getting aggressive cervical cancers. And getting the shot prevents this cacer. How cool is that? The only cancer you can prevent. Cervical cancer is 100% caused by the HPV virus.

The reason I hadn't had it up to now was that it was beleived to be a young woman's disease. The idea that your cervical cells change and make it less likely for you to get it as you get older. There maybe some truth to the fact that you are less likely to have the take up of the virus as you age.  But the new study that looked at women up to age 49 said we can still get it if we are exposed to the virus at any age. There are women currently dyin at the Ottawa Hospital at 22 and 24 among other ages, so they were likely exposed  between 4 to 8 years earlier.

Hence the reason we give the inoculation to 13 year old girls. The inoculation is a medical breakthrouh, and all of us (unless we are nuns and never plan on having sex)shoul have he shot. The downside is the expense. It is covered under most health insurance, but I paid $170 for the injection. I have to get two more over the next 5 months to be completely covered at an additional $170 each time. That hurt worse than the needle.

Sex and Food. How food "is as hot as a stiff cock" (a quote attributed to Julia Child in Julie & Julia)

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I went to see that chick movie Julie & Julia with a buddy this week. I loved it, and came home inspired to try her boeuf bourguignon recipe. See below….  I also came home horny. There is such a connection for most women between food and sex.  Especially sugar. I had a friend say "that he didn't understand that most women were such sugarholics – and that it was such a big panti remover" until recently.

Apparently Julia Child was a virgin when she married her husband Paul in her mid 30's (this was the the 1940's and they really did "save themselves back then"…). But by all estimation, she was a sensuous creature.  I know what you're thinking, she looks like your Aunt Irma in support hose.

But man, did she understand the link between food and pleasure. I have been reading a bunch of her quotes, and loved how she didn't take life too seriously.

things like:

    I Like this quote I dislike this quote“The only time to eat diet food is while you're waiting for the steak to cook”

and "In department stores, so much kitchen equipment is bought indiscriminately by people who just come in for men's underwear."  finally, "Life itself is the proper binge."

I think sex itself is a proper binge.

MeganOh, and my favourite quote this week about sex and food comes from the stunningly beautiful Megan Fox. When asked about her new movie where she plays a "man eating demon" if she "ate the women", Miss Fox then purred "Literally or figuratively?"

now that's food and sex.

Boeuf Bourguignon
Boeuf a la Bourguignonne
[Beef Stew in Red Wine, with Bacon, Onions, and Mushrooms]

As is the case with most famous dishes, there are more ways than one to arrive at a good boeuf bourguignon. Carefully done, and perfectly flavored, it is certainly one of the most delicious beef dishes concocted by man, and can well be the main course for a buffet dinner. Fortunately, you can prepare it completely ahead, even a day in advance, and it only gains in flavor when reheated.

Vegetable and wine suggestions: Boiled potatoes are traditionally served with this dish. Buttered noodles or steamed rice may be substituted. If you also wish a green vegetable, buttered peas would be your best choice. Serve with the beef a fairly full-bodied, young red wine, such as Beaujolais, Cotes du Rhone, Bordeaux-St. Émilion or Burgundy.

For 6 people.

  • A 6-ounce chunk of bacon

Remove rind, and cut bacon into lardoons (sticks, ¼-inch thick and 1 1/2-inches long). Simmer rind and bacon for 10 minutes in 1 ½ quarts of water. Drain and dry.

Preheat oven to 450 degrees.

  • A 9- to 10-inch fireproof casserole 3 inches deep
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil or cooking oil
  • A slotted spoon

Sauté the bacon in the oil over moderate heat for 2 to 3 minutes to brown lightly. Remove to a side dish with a slotted spoon. Set casserole aside. Reheat until fat is almost smoking before you sauté the beef.

  • 3 pounds lean stewing beef cut into 2-inch cubes

Dry the beef in paper towels; it will not brown if it is damp. Sauté it, a few pieces at a time, in the hot oil and bacon fat until nicely browned on all sides. Add it to the bacon.

  • 1 sliced carrot
  • 1 sliced onion

In the same fat, brown the vegetables. Pour out the sautéing fat.

  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • ¼ teaspoon pepper
  • 2 tablespoons flour

Return the beef and bacon to the casserole and toss with the salt and pepper. Then sprinkle on the flour. Set casserole uncovered in middle position of pre-heated oven for 4 minutes. Toss the meat and return to oven for 4 minutes more. (This browns the flour and covers the meat with a light crust.) Remove casserole, and turn oven down to 325 degrees.

  • 3 cups of a full-bodied young red wine, such as one of those suggested for serving, or a Chianti
  • 2 to 3 cups brown beef stock or canned beef bouillon
  • 1 tablespoon tomato paste
  • 2 cloves mashed garlic
  • ½ teaspoon thyme
  • A crumbled bay leaf
  • The blanched bacon rind

Stir in the wine and enough stock or bouillon so that the meat is barely covered. Add the tomato paste, garlic, herbs and bacon rind. Bring to simmer on top of the stove. Then cover the casserole and set in lower third of pre-heated oven. Regulate heat so liquid simmers very slowly for 2 ½ to 3 hours. The meat is done when a fork pierces it easily.

  • 18 to 24 small white onions, brown-braised in stock.
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 1/2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1/2 cup beef stock
  • salt & fresh ground pepper
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 sprig thyme
  • 2 sprigs parsley
  • 1 pound fresh mushrooms, quartered
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil

While the beef is cooking, prepare the onions and mushrooms.

Heat the butter and oil in a large skillet and add the onions to the skillet. Sauté over medium heat for about ten minutes, rolling the onions about so they brown as evenly as possible, without breaking apart. Pour in the stock, season to taste, add the herbs, and cover. Simmer over low heat for about 40 to 50 minutes until the onions are perfectly tender but retain their shape and the liquid has mostly evaporated. Remove the herbs and set the onions aside.

For the mushrooms, heat the butter and oil over high heat in a large skillet. As soon as the foam begins to subside add the mushrooms and toss and shake the pan for about five minutes. As soon as they have browned lightly, remove from heat. Set the mushrooms aside until needed.

When the meat is tender, pour the contents of the casserole into a sieve set over a saucepan. Wash out the casserole and return the beef and bacon to it. Distribute the cooked onions and mushrooms over the meat.

Skim the fat off the sauce. Simmer sauce for a minute or two, skimming off additional fat as it rises. You should have about 2 ½ cups of sauce thick enough to coat a spoon lightly. If too thin, boil it down rapidly. If too thick, mix in a few tablespoons of stock or canned bouillon. Taste carefully for seasoning. Pour the sauce over the meat and vegetables. (Recipe may be completed in advance to this point.)

  • Parsley sprigs

For immediate serving: Cover the casserole and simmer for 2 to 3 minutes, basting the meat and vegetables with the sauce several times. Serve in its casserole, or arrange the stew on a platter surrounded with potatoes, noodles, or rice and decorated with parsley.

For later serving: When cold, cover and refrigerate. About 15 to 20 minutes before serving, bring to the simmer, cover and simmer very slowly for 10 minutes, occasionally basting the meat and vegetables with the sauce.

Julia Child “(On what her longevity is attributed to) Red meat and gin.”  there is a woman after my own heart. What a trailblazer.   Oh, and the beef was delicious.