US researchers have offered long-term hope to human sufferers of erectile disorder by restoring "sexual function" to rabbits with damaged penises. The team from the Institute for Regenerative Medicine at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center grew new penile tissue in the lab. They implanted it into their lapine guinea- …
Was It Bigger?
I see vast new swaths of spam, here...
How were the rabbits penises damaged?
I'm not one of those animal rights activist types, but that's got to be crossing a line.......
Paris: The only acceptable way to damage a penis.
I'll wait for the "two for the price of one" offers...
Is it just me
Who is anticipating a new flood of porn stars with surgically augmented penii (?) which are SO long they're wrapped from their torso to their feet and could harpoon a whale without leaving their cabin?
What's up doc?
Seems to me that a side benefit of this would be helping female to male gender reassignment surgery, otherwise known as an "addadictomy".
Lagomorphs you mean.
Thank you science
an end to the problem of sexually dysfunctional rabbits. Research dollars well spent
I wondered about that as well? Did a scientist whack an animals nob badly? Just to see if it could be fixed again? That is just bad nature man!
Thank you may I have another
doesn't the world have enough pr?cks?
today a rabbits dick
It'll be "buy one get a pair free"
Not big enough?
They're not going to implant rabbit tissue in disfunctional human male variable-volume gene delivery systems. What human male wants a rabbit-sized erection? I know, I know, rabbit tissue is only for rabbits. We're not talking about cross-species sex organ implantation, as silicone-filled acetate sacks are bad enough. "Breeding like rabbits" would take on a whole new meaning.
@Was it bigger
My thoughts exactly.... you just know that it's only a matter of time before the v14GRA spammers learn of this and start marketing it. Closely followed by it being used to spread malware.
Er, if it's one then it's not the other, surely?
As if I didn't already have enough to worry abaht, you go and bring this new one up! D'oh!
Now every woman's going to want one!
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