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    Semen is mostly water but, as well as being one per cent sperm, it also contains small amounts of calcium, chloride, citrate, fructose, glucose, lactic acid, magnesium, potassium, protein, sodium, urea.

    All good healthy vitamins lol Tiff 😜




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    Quote Originally Posted by TiffanyTees View Post
    Wet, Wet, Wet
    Semen is mostly water but, as well as being one per cent sperm, it also contains small amounts of calcium, chloride, citrate, fructose, glucose, lactic acid, magnesium, potassium, protein, sodium, urea.

    All good healthy vitamins lol


    Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2015/09/08/21-thi...#ixzz3mNR9eHgF
    You would know Tiff.....lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by TiffanyTees View Post
    Wet, Wet, Wet
    Semen is mostly water but, as well as being one per cent sperm, it also contains small amounts of calcium, chloride, citrate, fructose, glucose, lactic acid, magnesium, potassium, protein, sodium, urea.

    All good healthy vitamins lol Tiff 





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    All a lady needs lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by TiffanyTees View Post
    Wet, Wet, Wet
    Semen is mostly water but, as well as being one per cent sperm, it also contains small amounts of calcium, chloride, citrate, fructose, glucose, lactic acid, magnesium, potassium, protein, sodium, urea.

    All good healthy vitamins lol Tiff ��
    And there we are giving it away like it's going out of fashion!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petros View Post
    And there we are giving it away like it's going out of fashion!
    All the ladies i see,never waste a drop lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casman View Post
    All the ladies i see,never waste a drop lol.
    You mustn't be giving them enough so
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    Quote Originally Posted by TiffanyTees View Post
    Wet, Wet, Wet
    Semen is mostly water but, as well as being one per cent sperm, it also contains small amounts of calcium, chloride, citrate, fructose, glucose, lactic acid, magnesium, potassium, protein, sodium, urea.

    All good healthy vitamins lol Tiff ��




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    Did you know that Joseph Gayetty is widely credited with being the inventor of modern commercially available toilet paper in the United States. Gayetty's paper, was first introduced in 1857.

    I thought a few comments on toilet paper would complement your thread on sperm as that's where mine usually ends up!

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    so what about the good old baby wipes who made them

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    Quote Originally Posted by TiffanyTees View Post
    Wet, Wet, Wet
    Semen is mostly water but, as well as being one per cent sperm, it also contains small amounts of calcium, chloride, citrate, fructose, glucose, lactic acid, magnesium, potassium, protein, sodium, urea.

    All good healthy vitamins lol Tiff ��




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    None of those are vitamins.

    Fructose is present as the energy source for the little swimmers as they make the perilous journey from the testes to the Fallopian tubes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by get20 View Post
    so what about the good old baby wipes who made them
    The origin of baby wipes most likely came in the mid 1950s as more people were travelling and needed a way to clean up on the go.

    The first real baby wipe products appeared on the market in 1990 and were larger companies like Kimberly-Clark who produced Huggies and Procter & Gamble's Pampers. As the technology to produce wipes matured and became more affordable, smaller brands began to appear.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wet_wipe

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