Please Stop Beating Your Meat With A Banana Peel….

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One health expert is currently asking men everywhere to leave banana peels in the compost. Without inserting yourselves into them first, of course.

Yes, you read that right. Apparently, jacking off with a banana peel on top of your penis has become a new sexual trend. Plus, some guys are sharing the practice, which some call the “banana man,” with the internet through social media. For instance, 367 men on JackInWorld, which brands itself as the “Ultimate Male Masturbation Resource,” rated the practice a 4.5 out of 5. JackInWorld described the practice as follows:


“This is an easy one. Simply peel a banana (you can eat it later), slip the peel over, and masturbate with it. The banana slime is a great lubricant. You can warm up the peel in the microwave for added sensations. Also, you might have better results if you peel the banana by making just one cut in the peel and removing the fruit through the single cut; you can then cut off the end of the banana peel and insert.”

Now, we’ll try our hardest from critiquing anyone’s personal fun… too much. But, there is some health concern involved, according to Dr. Diana Gill. She noted the possibility of developing sores.


“You could develop a rash and sores on the penis which can be painful and might lead to infection,” Dr. Gill told the Sun.

She also warned of potential allergy risk.

“A person with a banana allergy is more likely to be allergic to other substances such as latex or other fruits and vegetables,” explained the doctor. “So if you’re allergic to latex condoms you may also be allergic to banana skins.”

Now, of course, men playing with their food is nothing new. We saw it on American Pie, we saw it on Call Me By Your Name, and we’re not surprised to read about it online too. But we have to wonder boys, is it really worth it? Is it really?

Sources: New York Post, Cocktails And Cock Talk, The Sun,

1 thought on “Please Stop Beating Your Meat With A Banana Peel….”

  1. Really disappointing article. Sores how? From what? That seems a pretty important detail to omit from a health article. Next time save yourself the trouble and just post the link. Why bother cutting and pasting if you’re not going to flesh out a subject’s natural parameters?


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