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(io9)   What can Calvin Coolidge teach us about sex? Well, not much directly because he's dead. Still, the question has merit   (animals.io9.com) divider line 1
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2014-03-11 10:24:27 AM  
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It seems that, during a visit to a large chicken farm, the president fell somewhat behind his wife.

Step 1: Get behind her. Nice move.

As the story goes: "Mrs. Coolidge, observing the vigor with which one particularly promising rooster covered hen after hen, asked the guide to make certain that the President took note of the rooster's behavior.

Step 2: Have your wife look at another dude's cock. Wait what?

When President Coolidge got to the hen yard, the rooster was pointed out and his exploits recounted by the guide, who added that Mrs. Coolidge had requested that the President be made aware of the rooster's prowess.

Step 3: Have that dude show you his cock. Ummm...

The President reflected for a moment, and replied, 'Tell Mrs. Coolidge that there is more than one hen.

Step 4: Tell your wife she's replaceable.
 
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