I learnt a new term today. Intravaginal Ejaculation Latency Time (IELT).
In a four-week study of 1,587 men, researchers report that men who suffer from premature ejaculation (PE) had an average intravaginal ejaculatory latency time (IELT) of 1.8 minutes, compared to 7.3 minutes in men who did not. Men with PE and their female partners also had higher ratings for personal distress, interpersonal difficulty with their partner, lack of ejaculation control, and dissatisfaction with sexual intercourse.
So now you know . . .
I just finished a paper entitled “Pulu: A Methodology for the Evaluation of Von Neumann Machines”. Abstract:
The development of suffix trees that paved the way for the analysis of the Internet has refined Internet QoS, and current trends suggest that the development of scatter/gather I/O will soon emerge. In fact, few theorists would disagree with the investigation of redundancy [16,16]. Our focus in our research is not on whether replication can be made homogeneous, real-time, and read-write, but rather on motivating a novel system for the improvement of replication (Pulu).
The paper was generated in a second. Have a go yourselves. The authors of the programme submitted several of these manuscripts to various conferences and had one accepted.
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