Mon, Jul 16, 2018

Pedal powered penis protein!

Yes your eyes do not deceive you, that is indeed a mega sperm cell zipping around on two wheels. The sperm bike can be seen swimming around the streets of Seatle. And the conceptive contraption is that is is full of real cum! You can dial for pizzas, curries or cum in Seattle! Maybe we should start a parallel business in Tokyo.

Semen Simon

 

Now That’s What You Call a Special Delivery! Medical Worker
Drops Off Samples on ‘Sperm Bike’

By Emma Reynolds

A young medical worker is collecting and dropping off
samples of sperm – on a bicycle shaped like one. Alan Dowden uses Seattle Sperm
Bank’s special bicycle to pick up samples from men’s homes and take them on to
fertility clinics in First Hill.

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(Tailgating: Medical worker Alan Dowden speeds by on the sperm bike)

The ‘sperm bike’ weighs 120 pounds – when fully loaded – and
is 10 foot long. Its bulbous container is filled with liquid nitrogen to cool
the 25 to 30 vials it can transport.

It has a small motor and is designed to encourage men to
make their own donations. The eco-friendly mode of transport was first used by
Seattle Sperm Bank’s sister company, the European Sperm Bank, in Copenhagen.
The Sperm Bullitt was constructed by the (pro)creatives at Danish company 10
Tons.

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(Loading up: Mr Dowden places a cooling container into Seattle Sperm Bank’s eco-friendly mode of transport)

The firm specialises in zoological and botanical models as
well as paleontologic reconstructions, including full-size whales and
dinosaurs. It has now reproduced the original bicycle for the reproduction
centre in Seattle.

The European Sperm Bank’s CEO, Peter Bower, said: ‘The first
idea was how we could deliver to the fertility clinics in a C02-friendly way.

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(Fine reproduction: The sperm delivery boy uses the second bike built by the European Sperm Bank)

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(Life force: Mr Dowden transports the vials between men’s homes, the sperm bank and fertility clinics)

‘Shortly afterwards followed the idea of a custom-designed bike with a cooling system. Now we can cycle around the city on our sperm cell bike.’

Seattle Sperm Bank manager Gary Olsem said the bike was a good marketing tool.’It’s getting a lot of looks,’ he told the Seattle
Post-Intelligencer. People are stopping. They don’t quite understand what’s
going on. You put a giant sperm on a bike, and you’re going to get
some attention.’

The Seattle Sperm Bank pays $60 for each viable sample.

 

 


Source: www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2059843/Seattle-Sperm-Bank-worker-Alan-Dowden-uses-special-bicycle-pick-samples.html

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