Sunday, April 18, 2010

The Baby Makers

So, I was reading a blog I am following, http://juztick.blogspot.com/2010/04/yesterday-worst-day-of-his-life.html more like looking at the pictures however I have been checking them out for a while now and todays one was funny, so funny in fact that i had to leave a comment. My comment got me thinking about ball slicing... what does it actually entail? I know it snips the balls but where? I know it stops the baby making juice but why? Does it change your cum?



A doctor numbs your balls, he cuts two holes to gain access to the vas deferens, he then slices the tubes and seals the ends by tying or stitching or burning, the end result... like an accident on a busy hi-way that causes the traffic to not flow anymore, your baby makers will not flow anymore. But a few cars go once in a while so does this analogy help in explaining...yes! Because it actually is suppose to cut off up to 97% of sperm, 80% of men experience no change in the volume of ejaculate.

And as I read more I found out that it really doesnt change at all, your cum, it will still smell the same, taste the same, get stuck in hair, glue up the shower and stick to clothes...

So why write about a vasectomy? I do like to learn about things especially when it involves my balls or that general area but why write this? Because I am a gay man and I dont think I will ever have to worry about this little operation ever coming up in my life...EVER! i dont see what the point would be unless some guy magically grows ovaries and starts shooting babies out his ass, highly unlikely...yes!? So no, this is not for me but to you bi and straight guys, good luck, I dont really need my baby makers but I want them anyway.



3 comments:

Paige said...

interesting.

thanks man.

also that illustration is funny. (childish snicker snicker snicker!)

RussDuckett0601่•™ๅธ† said...

nice job! waiting for your new artical. ........................................

Juanne de Abreu said...

Thanks you guys for reading! Shots!!!

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