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I heard this awhile ago and don't know what it means ?
"It's not the motion of the ocean "
"It's not the size of the Ship that counts "
"But its how many times you can make it Rise."
Any help ?
It's not the motion of the ocean - seems that statement should be it is the motion of the ocean - it relates to how you interact in a sexual situation rather than the size of your phallus.
It's not the size of the ship that counts - usually precedes it's the motion of the ocean - again more on discouraging phallic measurements as connected to sexual pleasure.
But its how many times you can make it Rise - upon ejaculation there is usually a down-time for most males, that ranges based on age, weight etc. - the statement has to do with multiple erections and the amount of times you can repeat the act of sex.