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Laughter is the best way to start your day. That's why I read Mr. Mahinder Watsa's expert column in Mumbai Mirror every morning, as I sip my chai, even before I get to the news. As if the ridiculous queries (which by the way we've found out are completely authentic questions from real people) weren't funny enough, the doctor's responses are the real star of the show. Dripping with sarcasm and disdain for some of the more ridiculous questions he's forced to answer, this man is a veritable fountain of hilarity.
So today we decided to give our usual humor posts a bit of a spin. Here are some of the best Q & A sessions we could find in the archives of the expert column. Enjoy.
Q: After having sex four times a day, I feel weak the next day. For about five minutes, my vision goes blank and I can’t see anything properly. Please help.
A: What do you expect? Shouts of hurray and I am a champion all over town?
Q: Is it safe if penis is kept in the vagina when sleeping?
A: Usually when the penis returns to flaccid state, it will slide out of the vagina. Even if does not, be rest assured the vagina will not have it for breakfast.
Q. I am a 36-year-old man. Six months ago I had sex with a housewife. Then, I made as many as 220 strokes in the 40 minus of our intercourse. Today, I could only reach 180 in the same time. Please reply. I am worried.
A: Do take part in the Commonwealth Games since you seem like an athlete. My advice is to enjoy the act and stop counting. Do give a thought to whether you are satisfying your partner or not!
Q: I am a 25-year-old man. My penis is short and small in diameter. When aroused, its size increases to resemble a ¾ inch PVC pipe. I have heard that there are capsules available that help increase the size. Please advise.
A: As plenty of water can pass through a PVC pipe, similarly more than enough semen can pass out of your penis.
Q: I have heard that any kind of acidic substance can prevent pregnancy. Can I pour some drops of lemon or orange juice in my girlfriend’s vagina after the intercourse? Will it harm her?
A: Are you a bhel puri vendor? Where did you get this weird idea from? There are many other safe and easy methods of birth control. You can consider using a condom.
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