In the interest of science, I performed a little experiment:TwistedMister wrote:...depending on how hot the coffee is, it will change consistency (gets sort of 'stringy'), it will also sink to the bottom and if it is left there for a bit it will kind of 'stick' there on the bottom of the mug...I'm not sure if it will retain more of its 'normal' flavor if you wait until the coffee is cool before it is introduced, or just how much that will affect the consistency...
A fairly large sample of semen was introduced into a mug of coffee, after the coffee had cooled to a little above room-temperature (luke-warm).
The sample, actually three samples, were extracted using a combination of prostate massage and penile stimulation. The penile stimulation was stopped well short of orgasm in an attempt to preserve arousal- basically just enough to get the prostate 'ready' to fire but not allowing contractions to occur, using the 'massage' to expel the sample. The object of this procedure was to avoid inducing even a 'ruined' orgasm, which could have resulted in some loss of libido.
The extraction procedure was highly successful. Each of the three samples produced were of a volume approximately equivalent to an ordinary ejaculation, resulting in a total volume of approximately three times the subject's normal production, with no corresponding loss of libido. The subject remained able to achieve and maintain a full, firm erection after the extraction process was terminated.
No change in consistency of the sample was observed after approximately 15 minutes of contact time in the coffee, and the flavor profile was unchanged.
It is the temperature of the coffee that causes an undesired change in consistency and flavor, not the coffee itself.