100,000 Men and So Little Time

Polish chickA woman in Poland is attempting a feat that few before her have even considered trying. She wants to have sex with 100,000 men with each romp lasting 20 minutes.  I don’t mean to be judgmental, but  this makes Wilt Chamberlain look like a virgin. Anyway, her new project which began only a few short weeks ago and surprisingly is not on Kickstarter, is taking her from Poland, across Europe and then if need be to other continents.  Already, the 21-year-old has 285 notches on her bedpost and a blog and Facebook page set up to attract more potential partners.

Is this chick weird? I would have to answer yes. She also must be very limber.  But honestly, she is not as weird as her longtime serious boyfriend, who although not thrilled with her goals, is there to support her.  So, either this guy is really secure in his own sexual prowess or he’s hoping that his very active girlfriend learns a lot of new things along the way.

What can we learn  from this enterprising young woman?  First, The U.N should probably hire her as some kind of goodwill ambassador. With her at the helm, no one will have time for war.  And second, are there Polish condom companies?  I think its time  to think  foreign investments.

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8 thoughts on “100,000 Men and So Little Time”

  1. I think I would have consulted with my health insurance company before coming up with that 100,000 number. While I always thought of them as a scam when purchasing a television set or a lawn mower, the idea of an extended warranty should anything break or wear out sounds like an option this young woman might consider.

  2. Can’t believe her boyfriend is okay with this. Doesn’t he realize by the time she is done she’ll be too exhausted to ever have sex with him and he’ll be screwed in a different, non-pleasant way?

  3. I hope for her sake that she has all her immunizations up to date, a hotline to her doctor and a good supply of antibiotics.

  4. One must admire such lofty goal and stamina, however, I believe 100,000 in Poland converts to 10 in the U.S.A.

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