Originally Posted by SWIFTboy
I'm banning the next person who DOESN'T refer to 23 kgs of semen in their post.
That's right, I also will ban the next person who doesn't convert to the metric system.
...because I'm all Canadian like that.
Point of order - shouldn't we be talking litres instead of kilograms? I know that with water 2.2 pounds = 1 litre, and according to this batshit insane thread of scientists discussing the problem I just found
semen is of similar density.
FYI, the average load of baby batter is about 5 ml. That's 200 shots to the litre. 23 litres works out to 4600 separate cumshots to get your 50lb/23kg/23L of cum, which is frankly an absurd amount of cum in anyone's estimation.
So I guess the main question is was that semen produced by 4600 dudes going one at a time or 1 dude 4600 times? n
number working in shifts? Somebody please clarify. This is important.