The Perfect Valentine  

rm_ninotob 49M/53F
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2/14/2005 8:42 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

The Perfect Valentine

My husband has a nice little microscope (I got it for him for his birthday). We've looked at a few things such as our blood, bug legs, leaves, stuff out of the refrigerator, and so forth. Looking at our blood under the microscope was so cool. There were red cells and white cells just floating around.

One day I thought: “Oooooh, I wish I could have some sperm to look at.” Unfortunately (at least in this case), my hubby is fixed (in his words, “cured”. His ejaculate had nothing in it of interest at all -- no little guys with a long tail swimming around to achieve their purpose.

In order to satisfy my scientific curiosity, we actually begged one of his friends to donate his sperm. Yeah, we got some, and put that under the 400X lens. His future children were moving so energetically on the slide, but without stain, they were a little hard to see. So we dropped some iodine at the edge of the slip cover. Little did we realize that iodine was such an effective killer for those little soldiers. The iodine flowed across the slide, in some parts like a river. His little guys would swim blindly along, stopping suddenly in the stream of death. It was hilarious!!

I want to see the brave soldiers again. There are so many, we only need a few drops of semen. We could observe how long they stay alive on a slide. Heck, we could even name them and study their characteristics! Yes, a spoonfull of healthy fresh sperm. That would have been a great gift for my Valentine's day.

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Erik_Bloodaxe 58M

3/2/2005 4:19 am

For some reason, that post made me feel very sad

Erik_Bloodaxe 58M

3/3/2005 2:25 am

Well, I am pleased that you view it that you have been dealt a fair hand. Certainly, you energy and lust for life comes across strong. Very good to see

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