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At What Age Do Men Start Whistling in Locker Rooms?


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Every time I'm at the gym, there's always someone whistling. Never see teenagers or guys in their 20s whistling, though. It's always the, er, more mature males tweeting gleefully away. Is this what's in store for me?
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Some species display territorial warning noises for the sake of others. The Robin for example, will whistle before other male Robins enter, usually every evening as if to say "Warning! I am a Large and Dangerous Robin, so be Forewarned Other Robins! I am also sporting a very large Beak, so Beware!" Research shows men start whistling in the locker room the same time hair starts growing out of your ears, in most cases between the ages of 38~45. The Mature Earhair male will whistle before other Young Earhair males enter, as if to say "Warning! I am sporting copious amounts of ear-hair which I have not trimmed. So as to not frighten you, I am whistling so you know I pose no threat. Also my testicles are sporting a light case of jock-itch, Beware!"
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[quote]Originally posted by Ken/Eleven Shadows: [b]...Is this what's in store for me?[/b][/quote]If you're lucky enough to have control of your mouth, teeth in place, and remember some song from the roaring 20's or your childhood. I can't discuss the other things that will happen as you get older. I heard a different theory about why this age group engages in this form of behavior. The males that are whistling are the ones that have suffered with a prostrate tubal reduction. This was corrected when a tribal leader of the clan performed a ritual known as "non-erectile roto rooter" to clear the reduction. This makes the individual able to procreate again, altering the balance of power in this area. In this way, the young males' power is kept in check. The whistling is the signal to younger males that the older ones have returned to potency. Like so many adaptations in nature, this behavior is relatively meaningless, because the "corrected" males have no shot at attracting females of the species, and the young ones know it. Tom

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[quote]Originally posted by Tom Capasso: males have suffered with a prostrate tubal reduction. This was corrected when a tribal leader of the clan performed a ritual known as "non-erectile roto rooter" to clear the reduction. This makes the individual able to procreate again, [/quote]Ahhhh . . so what you're saying is that the whistling we're hearing is not so much from pursed lips, but in a similar way to that little whistle that comes from one's hairy nose from time to time . . comes from a whistle induced by a roto-rooted orifice? That would explain the whistling yes. So, were one to also down a couple of Viagras . . . one could expect some gale-force orchestra? Whistler's Mother indeed . . .
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. . .so if I follow correctly, combined whistling chambers from mouth, nose (with hair) and orifice yields three notes. Hmmm. Triads, or at the very least melody, bass and harmony. Cool. Where is this doctor again ? Blue-Vein Piccolo indeed . . .
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I've got a better question. What is it with males and spitting into urinals whilst taking a leak. I've also noticed a lot of guys start the flush before they start peeing, and I don't know why. And finally, what is it with the boogers wiped on the wall just above the urinal? Maybe some enterprising individual could design a urinal that flushes during and after use, with a cup to spit into, and a pop-up tissue dispenser for the boogers. Oh, internet access would also be a nice diversion too. Anyone ever notice how tense a lot of guys get in the restroom? It's like if you're not staring directly ahead at the wall in front of you in total silence you might as well be gay or something. I wonder if anyone ever did a study on men's room culture? I'd bet it's more interesting than ladies room culture. :eek:

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Of course the ladies room would have to be more interesting :D But, of course, women always use the bathroom as a social occasion. They go in pairs all the time. Even on my (now deceased) Uncle Louie's ranch in Texas in the mid 60s...where the necessarium consisted of an outhouse and whichever bush happened to be closest...the outhouse had two holes, so the ladies could go out and visit with each other presumably. Sheesh. I flush before I pee too, mainly so I won't have someone else's pee splashing up at me while I leak. Yucchchchch... And I think it is that ol' "gay paranoid" thing that keeps guys staring straight at the wall. Joey, do you ever watch gladiator movies? :D :D :D
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I flush before I pee too - I don't even want to smell someone else's piss. Hey and what's with the guys that with 10 urinals open, have to come up and stand right beside you - and then they spend the next 30 seconds grunting and wrestling with their fly? Or the guys that want to talk to you? Or the guys that don't wash their hands. I got news for you, pissing is not a team sport, or a social event. Just do your bid'ness (wash) and get out.
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Its funny to me all the pecker shy guys there, really guarding. Not like anybodies trying to check out their little hammer! Nobody cares. I think being 44, gives me so much more opportunities not to give a damn. I walk around the locker room oblivious to anyone else there, in my birthday suit, like the proud owner of an Olympic Gold Medal! :) Ok it may only be silver....but its mine damnitt!!!!!
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