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Discussion in 'The Rumble Strip' started by GranTurismo916, Feb 7, 2014.
Always two, there are. Which one is the master, and which one is the apprentice?
*laughs in Swedish*
...and get gravy, chicken salad discount daily...
I didn't get a cake.
Do you mean
'I didn't get the cake joke'?
No he means he didn't get a cake when he had his vasectomy.
Arrr got ya
I should ask my wife to make me a cake when I get my vasectomy soon.
Wouldn't sex and no children be the literal definition of having your cake and eating it.
I didn’t either.
Got a bag of frozen peas instead.
To be honest, doing a vasectomy is one of the dumbest things a men can do. Your wifes forced you?
I'd take this over to the Unpopular Opinions thread.
Doing one? Well I suppose if a man's not had the correct amount of medical training, it could be pretty dumb.
How old are you? And do you actually understand what a vasectomy is/does? Tip: It is different to castration
Let’s gets some facts straight for You so you don’t have to make this kind of statement again.
1. For a man, it’s a simple outpatient event. You go in, get a little sedation and numbing agents and then a very simple and small incision is made. The whole surgical process takes 10 mins at most.
For a woman (my wife) it is MAJOR surgery under full anesthesia! The post recovery time is much, much longer and more painful.
It was an easy choice to make.
2. My wife and I are partners. Nobody makes anybody do anything. We discuss. We weigh options. We make the best choice for us. Nobody else.
3. This was the farthest from the dumbest thing I have ever done. It was actually one of the smartest.
Sorry for going off topic. I thought a little info might help.
@Boston77 - Well said and I completely agree.
@Boston77 that was fantastic. One teeny tiny bit that I want to add to your first point--which really isn't all that teeny tiny and only adds to the case for vasectomy and against the stupidity that was displayed here*--THE PROCEDURE IS REVERSIBLE. The vas deferens can actually be reconnected and the procedure restores pregnancy rates between 30 and 90 percent. If those odds are less than desirable, cryopreservation of sperm prior to the vasectomy is a very real option.
*Isn't it nice when they make it so easy to spot them?
What's the downside exactly?
People on the Internet think it’s dumb. How could you live with that?