Carl Craft

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Circa 1750, A cockerel and chicken. Original Artist: By Okyo (Photo by Henry Guttmann Collection/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Guys!  Heads up!  Get paid for something you’re doing anyway!

Careful on this one.  Not quite sure it’s a topic that is safe for your work environment or not, but:  there’s a New Jersey sperm bank that will pay you for a sample of your man seed.

I know what you’re thinking:  “Hey, I do that for free and now someone is willing to pay me for it?!!  It’s a dream cum true!”  (Ahem?!!)

That’s right campers.  Here’s the deal on how you can participate in a study about the general health of sperm in our area.

The BioGenetics sperm bank out of Mountainside, New Jersey will pay you $100 for a sample of your most private DNA. They’re looking for men (duh) between the age of 18 and 35 years.

They’re working with researchers at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in a project that won’t involve any fertilization, in other words:  you ain’t having a kid.  You’re only providing a sample which they might use for their research project.

They accept “in person” donations of sperm on Tuesdays BY APPOINTMENT only and if your sample meets the requirements needed for research purposes, they’ll give you 100 bucks.

Hey, that’s a decent load of cash!  (Ahem?!!)

So, you say you’re interested?  Well here’s what you do:  call them up at 800-637-7776 and see if you’re right for sperm bank research!  Not sure yet if there’s a limit to the number of donations you can make but I am sure that this is a totally legit way to earn some extra cash!

Let’s be honest and serious for a second:  Prostate cancer is a real problem for American men and one way to keep that kind of cancer at bay is to work that prostate muscle regularly with sexual activity… with a partner or without! .  Here’s some other prostate health tips.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carl Craft is studying here on earth for a short time and trying to make the most of it... with varying amounts of success. He's heard every morning on The Morning Rat Race. Sometimes he goes, "sock / shoe, sock / shoe" which we think is a sign of some kind of psychosis...