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  • I don't know about that. But I do know that the reason Currant jam isn't eaten very often in the United States is because of White Pines. There's a fungal infection that starts it's life on Currant vines, then jumps over to White Pines, then jumps back to the Currant vines. The fungus damages the trees, which can no longer be used for lumber once infected.

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  • I've made it to 43 with no issues and uncircumcised.

    It just needs a little more maintenance than a cut one.

    Don't be put off by uncut guys but one quick way to tell if a guy looks after his tackle is to pull his foreskin back and if he has any cheesy deposits (smegma) on the head of his penis which his foreskin was covering then steer clear!

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  • Often. Uncut pine trees can have diseases that spread to other trees. You need to inspect them closely.

  • They are harder to keep clean.

  • No, my penis is uncut but i always pull my foreskin back to clean underneath it, i`ve never had any diseases and it is definitely healthy

  • Not really no. The significance isn't enough to worry about that.

  • I don't think all pine trees that grow to maturity and are left uncut develop diseases. It probably depends on the particular forest and what insect or other pests are in the area.

  • "pines" being penis. No, not really. But STD are harder to catch cut.

  • No. Might lead to easy to do masturbation, but is that really a problem?

  • It doesn't necessarily always lead to disease.
    But
    1. are more likely to/ have a much higher chance
    2. Slightly higher chance of STDs3. Harder maintainance4. Can lead to conditions like balantitis after rough sex.

  • Uncut pines? As in uncut conifers?

  • No, the main thing you need to understand here is hygiene. A unhygienic one can be unhealthy and leads to diseases be it cut or not, be it with bushes or not.

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