I'm not sure I get the implications you are suggesting. The only thing that comes to mind, with that word possibly printed on it, is in relation to something that could be affected by the cold and tends to drive men to buy very large vehicles. Am I on the right track?
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On to another musing: I recently found out that water doesn't really go down the drain in the opposite direction south of the equator. The direction of the water's spin is determined solely by the position of the spicket, the tilt of the bowl, and other variables such as air currents and imperfections. Is that random enough?
There are currently thirty-seven species of insects within my sight and it is far colder out here than I am comfortable with. Florida isn't even that cold. I am a wuss.
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The brains of male dogs are different than the brains of female dogs. Female dogs are always thinking. Male dogs' brains have a cut-off switch somewhere. When the right stimulus is applied--not just female dogs in heat, also squirrels, cats, the wind blowing in the wrong direction, etc.--the cut-off switch is activated and the male dog's brain ceases to function.
On the flip side, (just to be fair) male dogs are sweeter than female dogs. A female dog's brain is always working. They have their own agenda--often world domination. (There's a reason they're called 'bitches'). But male dogs just want to cuddle and be loved all the time.
Male dogs are also more sensitive than female dogs. You can tell a female dog 'No' and she'll just flip you the paw. Male dogs act like the world has ended. They also need to be told that they're good dogs a lot more often than the bitches.