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GlennWickline 3 years ago Anybody else notice that in every scenario the male is wrong and the female is the one being wronged? Justyna 3 years ago it must be because women usually do the shopping so it is supposed to make us laugh :. FeldioreanuPaul 3 years ago yes, they do it like that because men don't whine about that sort of stuff.go here
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I can relate to picture 2. It's one of the main lessons of the Aristotle book that you are what you eat. And if you want to feel sexy, eat animals that love sex. To that end, all kinds of feasts are recommended for the person of any gender looking to increase their lust and their sperm count. The Aristotle author firmly believed something that was entrenched in medicine from the ancient Greeks until relatively recently: that women's wombs aren't attached inside the body, and can cause havoc through their habit of "wandering" around.
That, obviously, could make it difficult to conceive, so it was necessary to put the womb in its "correct" place again — and the book has a foolproof method: luring it with smells. If the womb has "fallen out" of its correct place and gone too far down in the body, the author recommends that the lady "apply sweet scents to her nose, such as civet, galbanum, storax, calamitis, wood of aloes", and also should "lay stinking things to the womb, such as asafoetida, oil of amber, or the smoke of her own hair being burnt. Wombs apparently move around in response to smell.
If you're trying to conceive this Valentine's Day, the Aristotle author has opinions on that too. Many of them. The book lists many tests to determine the sex of a baby.
If a woman is having a boy, apparently "her right nipple is redder than the left, and her right breast harder and more plump"; "Her colour is more clear, nor she so swarthy as when she has conceived a female"; and the baby will kick first on the right side of her stomach. However, there's apparently a more significant test.
This last is an infallible rule.
People who haven't had sex are especially vulnerable when it comes to lust That's the opinion of the Aristotle author, anyway, who explains that when girls enter puberty, their menstrual blood "does, by its abounding, stir up their minds to venery: to which also external causes may incite them. Foods that "heat" the body, under 18th century tradition, are strictly off-limits to "virginal girls," the book opines.
Got your Valentine's Day date into the bedroom?
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Now it's time to break out the Aristotle author's advice on how to have good sex. Frankly, it's not all that bad, though it does go a little over the top. People who get it on well, the book notes, "let everything that looks like care and business be banished from their thoughts, for all such things are enemies to Venus. Definitely a move, if you're listening to the Aristotle author. However, the book advises that men should also take advantage of being in the same room as their beloved to serenade them with verses of "amorous rapture.
Which is all very well, but may slightly get in the way of actual boning. Leaving your lover's embraces, the book insists, isn't recommended, and not necessarily because it'll hurt their feelings.