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    One of those articles that it hurts even to read.

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    Yeah, just read the third paragraph of the lyrics to "Stop Me"

    http://www.sing365.com/music/lyric.n...2568AB002A0F0D

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    Falling toilet seats?

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    While I'm sure people injure their genitals with bikes in other ways, I don't buy the theory that biking = less fertility. My husband's relatively small (~30 guys) bike team has fathered 10 kids in the last two years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dasgeh View Post
    While I'm sure people injure their genitals with bikes in other ways, I don't buy the theory that biking = less fertility. My husband's relatively small (~30 guys) bike team has fathered 10 kids in the last two years.
    Note to carefree single guys: this is not the team for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dasgeh View Post
    While I'm sure people injure their genitals with bikes in other ways, I don't buy the theory that biking = less fertility. My husband's relatively small (~30 guys) bike team has fathered 10 kids in the last two years.
    As a guy that spends between 800 and 900 hours per year on a bike, I can say that it is quite easy to damage ones' manly bits by not having saddle position set correctly or using the wrong saddle. The key is to be aware of it and fix the problem immediately.

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