Dear Malala »« Fatwa issued against music

The more you watch TV, the more you lose your sperms.

Men watch TV while women cook and clean. Men watch TV during weekends and holidays.
Do they know that the more they watch TV, the more they lose their sperms?

Study says:

Those who spent lots of time watching TV or DVDs – at least 20 hours a week – had a sperm count that was 44% lower than men who spent little time in front of the box.

Men should now seriously start doing chores and women should spend some time watching TV or DVDs.

Comments

  1. VIMAL MOHAN says

    I had led an active life in forces where more emphsis was on sports. children n grand children inherited traits. Now, while in corporate, I find maximum guys having diabities, renal problems n by n large vegetables. Physical activities are nil. Drinking, smoking n workload has made these guys vegetables. Thinking money all d time. Only two off sudays. Women are much better. They work sincerely and miss no duty. Love my wife, mother, grand mother, mother in law who worked hard loved healthy m made us sportsmen.
    In france, sperm ratę as gone down very badly.

  2. F [nucular nyandrothol] says

    I have to disagree: More TV for everyone. Or whatever else works. (Now I know what I was doing wrong for all those years: Not enough TV.)

  3. Rakesh Kumar says

    No Tasleema,

    Lets not get yourself diluted with these tpye of talks. You don’t have any need to proove yourself (liberal) any more as you have already prooved that you are the only Man in this world of impotents. Sorry calling man rather called woman because that is much superior.

    Regards

  4. says

    I much like the helpful facts you give in the content articles.I’ll bookmark your weblog and check out once again the following recurrently.I’m pretty positive I’ll be taught a whole lot of latest things proper the following! Excellent luck for your next!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>