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Tuesday, 8 March 2011

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Britain's Royal Academy of Engineering warned of the danger of using GPS based satelite navigation systems to find one's own or partner's erogenous zone.

"Society is becoming dangerously over reliant on GPS systems to navigate uncharted areas ranging from auto travel, ocean navigation or merely attempting to discover unmapped pleasure areas of the body."

Warning of the disaster that might occur if renegade nations or individuals wished to disrupt your guidance system, it was recommended that you have a back-up system in place.

As for those who seek the ultimate in sexual titilation, the Royal Academy advises using bread or cracker crumbs, or perhaps videos, to trace the route, once you have discovered it.

Admonishing those who rely on foreplay as a potential fall-back, the Academy called this "primitive" and "out of touch with contemporary science."

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