10 Straight-up Facts About Erections

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10 Straight-up Facts About Erections

Erections happen at any time of the day or night and can go either way, completely embarrassing for some, yet so darn rewarding for others!

You probably know a lot of different fun names for an erection – Chubby, grand-salute, cracked-a-fat, stiff, boner, woody, vagina-miner, one hit wonder, thrill drill, Vlad the impaler (really?), love pump, lap rocket”¦oh, the list goes on and on and on.

The various pet names themselves aren’t much of a secret or revelation to anyone, though hilarious some are, but there are a few hidden facts about these, snow-canon, raging-salmon, one-eyed trouser snakes that you should know!

10 Straight-up Facts About Erections - Stay at Home Mum

10. Congratulations”¦it’s”¦clearly got a willy!

Lots of parents-to-be enjoy finding out the sex of their baby before he or she has been born, via ultrasound and some prefer to get a big surprise on the day of delivery. Some, however, have no freaking choice, due to that ultra-high clarity scan of their 10 week onwards foetus, with an erection in-utero. Yep, genitals develop early and once they have a blood supply, they work just fine!

9. Batting Average

According to a study of, ahem, a huge number of men, the average boner length is about 14cm or 5.5 inches (I totally got my ruler out too) with a circumference of around 12cm or 4.8inches.

Interestingly, the manner in which this wood was gained definitely attributed to how long in the schlong it was. Purple sausages attained from having sex were much more sizeable than their hard-up counterparts awoken by fantasising only!

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A mum of two, full-on but super cute little boys, Shelley is completely addicted to gentle attachment parenting, loves baby-wearing, fills the role o...Read Moref jersey cow for her youngest child, inhales books about child brain development, is happily married to her partner of 13 years and gets amongst it with the 4 yr olds on kindy parent days. Having worked in all areas of pharmacy her favourite part is - you guessed it- helping people. She is a Cert III Dispense Technician, has a Diploma of Business Management and has clocked up a whole lot of life experience that is giving her a great edge for writing for Stay At Home Mum. Read Less

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