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2013-04-10 04:10:10 PM
Meh, mom isn't necessarily an attention whore. People share things their kids do with their friends, and it went viral. I posted my kid's drawing of a many-toothed whale eating a kid that picks on him because to those of who know him, it's funny shiat. There's no reason to get all shiatty about people enjoying things you don't, you joyless turds.
 
2013-04-10 04:11:15 PM

giftedmadness: DubtodaIll: giftedmadness: Theaetetus: Darke: DubtodaIll: I was having a beer the other day and I got to thinking.  Women always say the worst pain a person can go through is child birth.  Men, not knowing anything about childbirth, will say the worst pain they can feel is getting kicked in the nuts really really hard.  However, after a year or so after a child, a woman is likely to say "You know, it might be nice to have another baby."  A man will never, ever say "You know, it might be night to get kicked in the nuts again."

From what I've been told, the chemicals your body creates makes you sort of 'forget' how bad childbirth hurt.  Y'know, otherwise the race would die out.

That. There's also some evidence that a large number of women experience PTSD after childbirth (and post-partum depression and infantcide may be one result of that), and I've never heard of that happening to guys kicked in the nads.

It's amazing that you idiots are not realizing why what he said is so moronic.

Yeeah, this was a chain letter joke I got in an e-mail a few weeks ago, thought it was pertinent here.   GLAD YOU'RE HAVING A PEACHY DAY THOUGH!

Ah, I guess it makes sense as a joke, but I seriously thought you were trying to debate a point.  My bad, sometimes jokes are hard to tell over the net b/c you can't tell the tone of voice.


What Dubtodall said is a very old joke. Don't you (like the rest of us) get millions of old, forwarded jokes in your email every day from all your relatives who just discovered the interwebs?
 
2013-04-10 04:12:23 PM

Salmon: pretty sure there's a chair somewhere on here that does a good job at pinching nuts...


I had to get a new keyboard from I.T. after reading this.
 
2013-04-10 04:23:56 PM
If your nuts hurt, soothe them:

studentorgs.vanderbilt.edu
 
2013-04-10 04:46:32 PM
I laughed.
 
2013-04-10 07:25:05 PM

GungFu: If your nuts hurt, soothe them:

[studentorgs.vanderbilt.edu image 200x220]


It's about time the Fark King of Nut Kicking weighed in.
 
2013-04-10 07:32:13 PM
Well isn't he in a pinch.  Has she pinched his allowance yet.  Or is his brother pinching a fit.  Those little pinchers
 
2013-04-10 07:59:06 PM

DubtodaIll: giftedmadness: fickenchucker: DubtodaIll: I was having a beer the other day and I got to thinking.  Women always say the worst pain a person can go through is child birth.  Men, not knowing anything about childbirth, will say the worst pain they can feel is getting kicked in the nuts really really hard.  However, after a year or so after a child, a woman is likely to say "You know, it might be nice to have another baby."  A man will never, ever say "You know, it might be night to get kicked in the nuts again."


THIS^^^^^^^^^^


I have been told by a female doctor that twisted testicles (testicular torsion, technically), and the resulting blood flow backup, is worse than childbirth.  While there is no way to truly find out, I would bet she's right.  I have never heard of a woman in childbirth bending out the gurney rails, but I did when I had my ailment.

/The nurse finally gave me pain killers at that point.

While it may be true that its more painful, what dubtoall said was moronic

HAY! Morans have feelings to!


I found it profound.  Reading it helped me achieve satori.  You should submit it to the koan committee; might be some royalties in it for you.
 
2013-04-10 10:49:21 PM

imfallen_angel: Between damage done to the nuts, kidney stones or migraines, I honestly cannot pick one over the other in regards to the worse pain, I consider each one unique in it's own spectrum of nasty pain.

But at the hospital for kidney stones, a woman that was in the same room, was there for the same thing, and she stated that between kidney stones and giving birth, the kidney stones were much worse and she'd happily give birth before having more stones.

I can offer some perspective.
CSB:
One day I went home from work just sick as a dog with a migraine. As I got home, dimmed all the lights and started to lie down, I got a kidney stone attack. Migraine was instantly forgotten. Sadly, I didn't think to have someone kick me in the nuts to gage the effect that might have had.
 
2013-04-11 04:12:24 AM
WHAR IS CHAIR? WHAR!
 
2013-04-12 08:51:32 AM

DubtodaIll: giftedmadness: Theaetetus: Darke: DubtodaIll: I was having a beer the other day and I got to thinking.  Women always say the worst pain a person can go through is child birth.  Men, not knowing anything about childbirth, will say the worst pain they can feel is getting kicked in the nuts really really hard.  However, after a year or so after a child, a woman is likely to say "You know, it might be nice to have another baby."  A man will never, ever say "You know, it might be night to get kicked in the nuts again."

From what I've been told, the chemicals your body creates makes you sort of 'forget' how bad childbirth hurt.  Y'know, otherwise the race would die out.

That. There's also some evidence that a large number of women experience PTSD after childbirth (and post-partum depression and infantcide may be one result of that), and I've never heard of that happening to guys kicked in the nads.

It's amazing that you idiots are not realizing why what he said is so moronic.

Yeeah, this was a chain letter joke I got in an e-mail a few weeks ago, thought it was pertinent here.   GLAD YOU'RE HAVING A PEACHY DAY THOUGH!


People still do chain letters??  I thought those died out with the invention of snopes.

/also, I had gifted blocked, so now i've lost complete line of thought in this.
 
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