Kangaroos Are Having Sex In The Street And Blocking Traffic
Sometimes, you get the urge to "do it" in the most inconvenient locations.
For example, take the couple who got down and dirty right in the middle of the street...
...or, the couple who decided to get frisky in broad daylight while they were out for a stroll.
Major props to the dynamic duo having sex on an actual moving motorcycle à la Kim and Kanye.
Sex can be daunting enough, but can you imagine it while speeding down the highway on a moving vehicle? It sounds incredibly frightening.
I guess there's no time to worry about awkwardness, since you're probably holding on for dear life.
Nice job, guys. You've done Kimye proud.
Speaking of rappers, Eminem once affectionately quoted, "We ain't nothin' but mammals," so I guess that's the reason people -- and, apparently, kangaroos -- feel the need to do the dirty in public.
Melbourne early-morning commuters were treated to a little show on their way to work on Wednesday as mating kangaroos got down to business... right in the middle of the street, according to Mashable.
Yup. That'll definitely cause some traffic.
Remember when you told your third grade teacher the dog ate your homework? Well, try telling your boss you were late because a few kangaroos were making love in the middle of the road.
That'll surely ease the tension when you miss your 10 am meeting.
But, hey, we can't blame them for getting kinky.
According to WebMD, there are many reasons you (and your kangaroo commuter pals) should be having sex.
For one, it's a fantastic workout that puts the elliptical at Planet Fitness to shame. Who needs the gym when you can break a sweat in your own bed with the one you love?
There are enticing health benefits, according to the medical site. It states,
Women who have sex a couple of times a week are less likely to get heart disease than those who have it once a month.
If you're not convinced, it further argues,
One study suggested that married women who climaxed more often had a slight tendency to live longer.
Don't worry, fellas, we haven't forgotten about your end of the bargain. It turns out a little sexcapade can also help lower the risk of prostate cancer, cure headaches, reduce stress and improve your mental health (let me reiterate: all from WebMD).
So, are we still going to fault these horny humans and kangaroos now for getting to it in public? Nah.