6 urban sex legends that are actually true

There are pills that cause instant orgasms...

2. It's possible to get your dick caught in a pool filter.


-See the case of a man staying at the Scottish Inn Motel in Lakeland Florida, whose penis became swollen when he tried masturbating with a pool filter. His penis required several policemen, a crowd of onlookers and some lube to be dislodged.


3. On a business trip, a man ordered a call girl only to have his daughter arrive at the door.


-See the case of an Israeli businessman, who suffered a minor heart attack upon seeing his daughter show up to service his sexual needs.


4. There are pills that can give you instant orgasms


-See clomipramine, an anti-depressant which has the unusual side effect of causing spontaneous orgasms when patients yawn.


5. A man mangled his "kibble n bits" masturbating with a power tool.


- See the case of a man whose scrotum was ripped off while he was rubbing his dick on a drive-belt. Don't worry, he stapled it back together without noticing one of his testicles was missing.


6. At a wedding reception, a video of the wedding ceremony was accidentally switched with a video of an older man performing sex acts with a dog.


- See Derek Jeffrey who later told the judge the sex act was not real, but rather trick photography.


For more strange sex stories, check out cracked.com

1. You can tell if a man is gay based on the size of his fingers.

-See Digital Ratio Theory in psychologytoday.com, which can accurately predict the levels of testosterone and estrogen you were subjected to as a child based on the length of your ring and index fingers.

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