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When in the sack you've probably found yourself trying out new and inventive positions with your missus.
Sometimes you can't just get by on missionary, so after a few drinks it's acceptable to think that 'The Swedish Helicopter' position is easily doable.
Eventually, though, you will run out of new positions to try.
For frogs, apparently that's not a problem, as the horny buggers have invented a new one.
It's not overly exciting, and if anything it's hard to imagine getting maximum pleasure from it, but I have got an awful lot of time for its 'street' name - Froggy Style.
Its actual name is the 'Dorsal Straddle', and was discovered in India while scientists studied Bombay night frogs.
The male doesn't actually embrace the female during the intercourse, but instead holds onto nearby objects like a tree or a leaf - or a headboard in our cases.
The male then unloads his spunk on the female's back, leaving it to trickle down so her eggs can be fertilised.
After the male has made his deposit, the female then shrugs him off - no cuddles.
If we're to translate this new amphibian mating practice to humans, it's basically a lad wanking onto a girl's back, and then she tells him to fuck off so she can wait and see if his sperm trickles down to her vagina, eventually making her pregnant.
Professor Sathyabhama Das Biju, of Delhi University, who lead the study, said: "This is a remarkable frog with an unprecedented reproductive behaviour, which is unique for a number of reasons.
"This discovery is fundamental for understanding the evolutionary ecology and behaviour in anuran amphibians."
This is the seventh position to be discovered in frogs, meaning that they're a right bunch of horny fuckers. Here's the other six.
The female frogs initiate the mating call, and apparently there a quite a few fights that occur between males who fancy a piece.
That's basically the equivalent of two lads who have had a few too many Jager bombs and both think that a girl in the club was giving them the eyes.
Words by Mark McGowan
Featured image credit: SWNS
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