Tuesday, July 23, 2013

A Pucker Factor Of 10

Have you ever heard of the pucker factor? It is actually an unofficial scale developed by the military used to determine the tightness by which one clenches their posterior hole. 1 is normal. 5 is air tight. 10 is a point of atomic lock - where not even a single atom could pass from one side to the other, nor could it be forced to unclench with anything short of dynamite. I once hit a 10 in the middle of a parachute accident at jump school. But many things can cause a 10 on the pucker factor scale, such as . . . . .

(H/T Maggies Farm)

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