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2021-10-15 2:55:34 PM  
It was a controversial move to put the USB charging port on the inside of the device, but it turned out that did also help to reduce sperm counts further.

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2021-10-15 2:56:26 PM  
I saw this mentioned on Kimmel's show.  Seems totally like a thing men would do (NOT).
 
2021-10-15 3:18:48 PM  
"Jockcuzzi"
 
2021-10-15 3:25:43 PM  
I'll take the extra-large.
 
2021-10-15 3:25:49 PM  
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2021-10-15 3:25:53 PM  
Repeat from last week
 
2021-10-15 3:27:30 PM  
"repeat bath"
 
2021-10-15 3:29:17 PM  
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Yeah, she looks like a ball buster
 
2021-10-15 3:29:52 PM  
Because as we know, men are so reliable and forward thinking when it comes to what to do with an erection.  Men are constantly concerned about what a pregnancy would do to their bodies.
 
2021-10-15 3:30:24 PM  
"For", or "In"?
 
2021-10-15 3:31:29 PM  
Nah. My blowup doll and I would like to have children some day.
 
2021-10-15 3:31:30 PM  
Time to channel my inner Mr Nimbus.
 
2021-10-15 3:32:01 PM  
"Just put your testicles here & you won't have to worry about having kids"

Am I talking about a testicle bath? Or a hydraulic press?

Won't find out until you try it...

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2021-10-15 3:32:55 PM  
"groundbreaking"  I distinctly remember seeing this concept discussed on TV at least 10 years ago.  I think it was from when either TLC or Discovery hadn't gone full reality TV yet.  Anyhow, they followed a group of guys from Japan, I believe, who tested the theory about heating and reduced sperm count.  Can't remember specifically the eventual outcome other than nothing they concluded was world-changing.  I think they concluded that yes, it had an effect but that its duration was obviously temporary and unpredictable from individual to individual.

It's a Dyson award, so isn't the device just being rewarded for looking fancy but not necessarily actually accomplishing anything?
 
2021-10-15 3:33:01 PM  
I'm pretty sure this is what's referred to as a "ballcuzzi"
 
2021-10-15 3:34:33 PM  

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Yeah, she looks like a ball buster


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2021-10-15 3:34:44 PM  

ongbok: [content.api.news image 650x1000]

Yeah, she looks like a ball buster


I got yo' balls
 
2021-10-15 3:35:52 PM  
What does it bathe them in, ionizing radiation?
 
2021-10-15 3:36:40 PM  

Marcos P: What does it bathe them in, ionizing radiation?


It bathes them in woo.
 
2021-10-15 3:36:46 PM  

kpaxoid: Because as we know, men are so reliable and forward thinking when it comes to what to do with an erection.  Men are constantly concerned about what a pregnancy would do to their bodies.


God, it must suck for your gender to be so irrational and completely at the mercy of your hormones.
 
2021-10-15 3:37:13 PM  
Just finished my shower and thought ok I'll bite what's this now. NO. No thank you.
 
2021-10-15 3:37:16 PM  
ball washer
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2021-10-15 3:37:46 PM  

kpaxoid: Because as we know, men are so reliable and forward thinking when it comes to what to do with an erection.  Men are constantly concerned about what a pregnancy would do to their bodies.


Not all of us. going in...umm, unwrapped, simply not an option unless we've been together for a while and you're trusted. only happened with two women in 20 years.  I'm not ruining my financial future because i'm horny!
 
2021-10-15 3:37:48 PM  
Technically, any bath I'm in is contraceptive.
 
2021-10-15 3:38:25 PM  

farkitallletitend: Just finished my shower and thought ok I'll bite what's this now. NO. No thank you.


No, please don't bite.
 
2021-10-15 3:39:12 PM  

fat boy: Repeat from last week


We'll allow it.
 
2021-10-15 3:40:09 PM  
Ladies, accept no substitutes or knock offs.

The real procedure includes a Qcode and Date of original procedure tatooed on the penis.  You can check on line to validate shelf life.

Use of this device in Texas is a felony if the Medicine for Women Mysogeny tax is not paid.
 
2021-10-15 3:40:29 PM  
Isn't testicle bath just another word for...
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2021-10-15 3:40:38 PM  

ongbok: [content.api.news image 650x1000]

Yeah, she looks like a ball buster


Can I have just a little peril?
 
2021-10-15 3:41:03 PM  
another repeat
 
2021-10-15 3:42:28 PM  
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2021-10-15 3:43:42 PM  

gonegirl: kpaxoid: Because as we know, men are so reliable and forward thinking when it comes to what to do with an erection.  Men are constantly concerned about what a pregnancy would do to their bodies.

God, it must suck for your gender to be so irrational and completely at the mercy of your hormones.


You learn to live with it
 
2021-10-15 3:44:33 PM  

New Rising Sun: "groundbreaking"  I distinctly remember seeing this concept discussed on TV at least 10 years ago.  I think it was from when either TLC or Discovery hadn't gone full reality TV yet.  Anyhow, they followed a group of guys from Japan, I believe, who tested the theory about heating and reduced sperm count.  Can't remember specifically the eventual outcome other than nothing they concluded was world-changing.  I think they concluded that yes, it had an effect but that its duration was obviously temporary and unpredictable from individual to individual.

It's a Dyson award, so isn't the device just being rewarded for looking fancy but not necessarily actually accomplishing anything?


So she took an idea never shown to work and found a way to make it work, and you're shiatting on her for this?
 
2021-10-15 3:45:20 PM  
Warm wet rag?
 
2021-10-15 3:45:22 PM  
The hormone free and reversible contraception, which involves putting the testicles inside an ultrasonic 'bath'

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2021-10-15 3:45:37 PM  
Named COSO, the device uses ultrasound deep heat to cause sperm mobility in the testicles to be modified and temporarily cease.

Ok, so it uses ultrasound to deposit energy on the sperm cells, damaging them so they're immobile.

But no others?  No unintended side effects?

This kinda shiat is why I'm not an early adopter.
 
2021-10-15 3:49:56 PM  

Manfred J. Hattan: Warm wet rag?


Until they feel smooth and soft like silk.
 
2021-10-15 3:53:36 PM  
I would expect more sucking action from a Dyson based award.
 
2021-10-15 3:54:43 PM  
Make it look like a mouth; gargling balls.
 
2021-10-15 3:56:04 PM  

kpaxoid: Because as we know, men are so reliable and forward thinking when it comes to what to do with an erection.  Men are constantly concerned about what a pregnancy would do to their bodies.


Yes, because as we all know, women only have responsible sex, and unwanted babies are the fault of the devil stick.
 
2021-10-15 4:00:42 PM  
The difference in temperature between contraception and temporary castration (cessation of hormone production from testes) is quite the fine line. I know at least one girl who does this to keep herself feminine.
 
2021-10-15 4:01:41 PM  
That's the name of my RATT cover band.....
 
2021-10-15 4:04:06 PM  

bughunter: Named COSO, the device uses ultrasound deep heat to cause sperm mobility in the testicles to be modified and temporarily cease.

Ok, so it uses ultrasound to deposit energy on the sperm cells, damaging them so they're immobile.

But no others?  No unintended side effects?

This kinda shiat is why I'm not an early adopter.


I am looking forward to all the cost cutters with their homemade, homeopathic, homoerotic knock offs:

Got this Swiss teakettle which gets the water to 260 degrees and after a quick teabagging... well, I actually didn't want to have sex... but I'm pretty sure no sperm are alive."

"Jimmy took apart our extra microwave, used the magnetron with the wave guide and the cavity input slot, he's so frickin' smart, made his own.  Course, the guys look like overdone chicken nuggets and are hard as stone, but I ain't preggers yet."
 
2021-10-15 4:04:13 PM  

FarkMeThatsGood: I'm pretty sure this is what's referred to as a "ballcuzzi"


Don't be so crude, Testicuzzi https://testicuzzi.com

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2021-10-15 4:04:55 PM  

kpaxoid: Because as we know, men are so reliable and forward thinking when it comes to what to do with an erection.


I plan them months in advance with a series of flow charts and a spread sheet with pivot tables and everything.  You can set your watch to my doodad.
 
2021-10-15 4:07:03 PM  
That is the face of a prankster, I'm not putting my balls into anything she made.

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2021-10-15 4:10:25 PM  

Lambskincoat: That is the face of a prankster, I'm not putting my balls into anything she made.

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Heh.  You nailed it.

/swoon
 
2021-10-15 4:15:17 PM  

Kris_Romm: I saw this mentioned on Kimmel's show.  Seems totally like a thing men would do (NOT).


I wouldn't trust it as a primary method of birth control.  However, as a supplement to condoms or oral contraceptives, absolutely.  I don't know any guy who thinks "what's missing from my life is a monthly child support obligation."  At this point in my life, it's irrelevant - had a vasectomy after my kid was born - but in college, absolutely would have used such a device.
 
2021-10-15 7:14:10 PM  

ongbok: [content.api.news image 650x1000]

Yeah, she looks like a ball buster


She loves warm balls, and doesn't want to have to bother to use her mouth to warm them.
 
2021-10-15 7:16:57 PM  

NewWorldDan: Kris_Romm: I saw this mentioned on Kimmel's show.  Seems totally like a thing men would do (NOT).

I wouldn't trust it as a primary method of birth control.  However, as a supplement to condoms or oral contraceptives, absolutely.  I don't know any guy who thinks "what's missing from my life is a monthly child support obligation."  At this point in my life, it's irrelevant - had a vasectomy after my kid was born - but in college, absolutely would have used such a device.


Men hate their balls even getting naturally sweaty.  So you think anyone is going to want to cook them instead?

This is about human behavior more than even effectiveness.   I mean aside from discomfort how aroused is the man going to remain?
 
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