Men Score Better With Cars Than With Sex

Men know more about cars than their own sexual organs, a new survey has revealed.

So when they say their big end has gone...? Never mind, I think I've worked it out.

Research conducted by the Lloydspharmacy Online Doctor found that nine out of ten men said they could find the car's oil dipstick but only half were able to name and identify parts of their anatomy. But that's probably because the names of the body parts are more complicated than the names of the car parts. A dipstick makes sense. It's a stick that is dipped into something. The urethra sounds like it would be the part of the penis that you can hear singing R.E.S.P.E.C.T...

Dr Tom Brett, sexual health expert at Lloydspharmacy Online Doctor, said: "We all know that two of the most important things for many men are their sex life and their car. If the car's not performing properly, the British male is usually pretty confident he can get under the bonnet and solve the problem. But when it comes to the mechanics of their sex organs, men are clearly less likely to spot a potential problem."

But if I have a problem "down there" I'm not going to do the equivalent to popping my hood. I'm not going to open my scrotum to see if I can find the problem. What if I put it all back together but end up with some parts left over?

Only 6% of participants could cite the common causes of erectile dysfunction. Oh, ah, me sir, I know this. Is the answer, "Pulling an uggo?"

A third of the people surveyed thought it was caused by wearing tight jeans. Don't be silly. Tight jeans give you herpes, not erectile dysfunction. Tut, read a book. Or a blogspot blog or something.

The survey of 1,500 men revealed that when asked to find key sex organs only 52% were correct. Bizarrely, one in 12 thought they were in the ear. Although that does explain why it feels so good when you stick a cotton bud in there.

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