You’re Telling Me That G Love is a Myth??

6 Jan

Say it isn’t so!  A study recently published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine claims that the G-spot is a total myth.  According to the study that was done, the results show that “the G-spot may be a figment of women’s imagination.”

Next thing you know they’re going to be telling us that there’s no such thing as “the perfect man” or “love at first sight.” 

Why you gotta rain on our parades, scientists?  WHY?

Can’t you go out there and work on debunking other myths.  Like “blue balls”?  That shit ain’t real, we all know it.  It’s just a cheap tactic given by dudes to try to make us feel bad about ending the wristie too soon.  My guess is that all you men get pulled into a room when you’re young and get told this story about how if a chick is a cock tease you can tell her this fairy tale staring “blue balls” and then she’ll feel all guilty and proceed to wank it for you until you get your special dressing all over her blue dress (right, Monica Lewinsky).

Tell me the truth, male readers, that’s what happens, isn’t it?

13 Responses to “You’re Telling Me That G Love is a Myth??”

  1. Del-V January 6, 2010 at 12:20 pm #

    Thanks for the news. I’m going to make immediate changes and pay more attention to other areas from here on out.

    Such as? -CS

  2. Chef Green January 6, 2010 at 12:32 pm #

    I’m so certain that the G Spot is NOT a myth. But then again, I believe in handsfree prostate orgasms and unicorns. So. There. And what?

    Unicorns are totally real. -CS

  3. Katrocket January 6, 2010 at 2:10 pm #

    I’ve shagged a handful of scientists over the years, and it’s true, not a single one of them could find my G-spot! But I don’t see how their lack of prowess is worthy of an article in a medical journal. You’d think they’d try to hide that shit.

    You tell them! I’ve never had a scientist before, but based on their inability to find the g-spot, I’m going to stay away from them. -CS

  4. Julie January 6, 2010 at 3:06 pm #

    Hmmm…there may have to be some more trials in order for me to believe this…I’m all in favor of testing this theory…. love the blog!

    I read your post about Color Me Badd and I laughed and laughed and laughed. COMEDY! -CS

  5. jon January 6, 2010 at 3:07 pm #

    Most people like myths. Afterall when was the last time reality did us too many favors? I’m sure science will come to that conclusion, once lab tests are back.

    When was the last time reality did us a favor? I’ll tell you when, the last time that Jersey Shore aired an episode. That’s all real and it makes my life better. -CS

  6. Blondie January 6, 2010 at 3:58 pm #

    I feel like Cosmo owes me some money for subscribing to their magazine for so long. Every issue has something about the g-spot.

    Maybe the scientists can do us gals a favor and write an aritcle about how semen is bad for our digestive tracts.

    Semen is very bad for you. You should never put it in your mouth. Not ever. -CS

  7. Melissa Loren January 6, 2010 at 4:06 pm #

    They must have been male scientists… I am a scientist. I don’t study sex (professionally) but I know how to find my g-spot 🙂

    You should call them and tell them they’re all a bunch of fuckers. I would, but I’m not a scientist so they probably wouldn’t listen to me. -CS

  8. foxy luv January 6, 2010 at 4:45 pm #

    Some one needs to direct these science dudes to Tube 8. Search the category of “squirters” if they want proof of the G-Spot. Because the dirty hookers in those videos seem to know where it is….

    They can also head on over to redtube to check out their offerings.

    I love porn. -CS

  9. Wynn January 6, 2010 at 7:02 pm #

    Hey. Fuck, I can’t come without my G-spot being taken care of so the scientists can go screw themselves. Literally. Mine is so there.

    I’d love to hear how they describe that women believe they have one? That’s a pretty serious case of imagination if you ask me. They can suck it. -CS

  10. Jewcy Bits January 6, 2010 at 10:54 pm #

    I’m guessing the scientists conducting this survey don’t actually get out of the lab that often because they’re very busy doing follow-up research. And by that, I mean they are spending hours dividing their time between World of Warcraft and Second Life. Results so far indicate that they have been unable to find the G-spots of their “virtual wives” but that’s only because they don’t sell an attachment for that. Yet.

    I’m sure they love Second Life. -CS

  11. Jewcy Bits January 7, 2010 at 10:28 pm #

    Wait, wait, did Foxy just admit to being a squirter? That explains a lot. I know because I’ve seen movies. Lots of them.

    Vomiting in my mouth. -CS

  12. NJlioness January 9, 2010 at 1:26 pm #

    Any man (scientist or not) who announces that the G-spot doesn’t exist is only publicly announcing that he is a lazy lover! Any woman who doesn’t think there is a G-spot, has unfortunately, had too many lazy lovers!

    Ahahaha!! I love your take on this! -CS

  13. WendyB January 11, 2010 at 10:12 pm #

    With the sunglasses I posted on my blog today, everything will be blue!

    Is this just a cheap ploy to get us to go look at the sunglasses? Because it’s totally working! -CS

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