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    (Original post by arcturus7)
    My dad had kidney stones and was told by several female nurses/patients that they are far more painful than giving birth. So there's that - I don't know how a kick to the balls compare to the stones though.
    Kidney stones pain can go straight to the balls, so it can feel just like being kicked in the balls over and over, but thats not even the worst part.
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    (Original post by Viva Emptiness)
    And also our treacherous bodies fool us into forgetting the pain and just remembering the "magical" time that is pregnancy and having a new baby.
    And yet no man forgets the pain of getting kicked in the balls...
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    Electrodes in the brain wired up to impartial pain-o-meters is going to be the way forward. Not sure how the male subjects will be recruited for the experiment though.
    Get a victoria secret models to do the kicking! I know at least two thirsty brehs on TSR that would sign up instantly.
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    (Original post by MJ1012)
    And yet no man forgets the pain of getting kicked in the balls...
    There's no reason for you to.

    The future of humanity doesn't rely on men getting kicked in the balls on a regular basis. Luckily for you.
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    "The problem"?<- why don't you guys like children? Or is it the process? :rolleyes:



    Er no... Should I be worried? Is that where 'growing parasite' is from? :ahee:

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    I am attempting to mock the original question (which is barking) with a pseudo-scientific/scholarly detached tone and a fake analytical approach.

    Personally I like babies.
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    Kind of

    One of the themes of that film is to make men feel sexually uncomfortable, what with the facehuggers ramming themselves down your throat (like a certain sexual act) and the whole xenomorph parasite thing being like pregnancy. Plus the Xenomorph's has penis shape body parts

    (I know to much about the Alien films)
    "Sexually uncomfortable"<- :laugh: or are you being serious? O_o

    Haha.... nice. It sounds pretty bad!

    Umm okay, I'm just going to resist the urge to go on IMDB to look it up

    *too but yeah I think you do! :yep:

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    (Original post by Viva Emptiness)
    There's no reason for you to.

    The future of humanity doesn't rely on men getting kicked in the balls on a regular basis. Luckily for you.
    And yet I've been hit in the balls for no reason plenty of times. At least you tend to get a choice in the matter. **** the future of the world.
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    (Original post by RFowler)
    Which is more painful - giving birth or being kicked in the balls?

    Come on TSR, let's solve this debate once and for all.
    i'd say birth. BUT with birth you can get drugged for the pain.

    also there's girls who WANT kids.


    if you told a guy he had to get thoroughly kicked in the balls each time he had a kid i don't think they'd have more than one.
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    (Original post by MJ1012)
    And yet I've been hit in the balls for no reason plenty of times. At least you tend to get a choice in the matter. **** the future of the world.
    Aye, that's one thing in our favour.
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    Being kicked in the balls is probably worse in terms of acute, split second pain. Childbirth is clearly more torturous overall due to the duration of pain, and the psychological damage caused from having a gaping vagina for the rest of your life.

    Edit; inb4 somebody says they revert back to their normal size, we all know that's BS.
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    Giving birth.. remember those guys who did that stimulation labour thing and gave up pretty quick
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    I am attempting to mock the original question (which is barking) with a pseudo-scientific/scholarly detached tone and a fake analytical approach.

    Personally I like babies.
    Ah okay... Could you explain this bit please? (Or are you being sarcastic?)

    Same! :five:

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    I've given birth, I had a 48 hour labour and no pain relief , the pain when the babys head crowns is unimaginable like a ring of fire I tore as well so had to have stitches the amazing thing about labour is the gift afterwards you get to meet your baby for the first time and it's the best feeling in the world, if you got nothing out of the pain it would be awful I always feel so sorry for women who have still borns and give birth to them naturally not only do they have to grieve over their child they have to give birth to them as well
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    I would imagine child birth would hurt more and be worse, especially because it lasts longer. Getting kicked in the balls must be really agony too. Wouldn't want to experience either of them tbh! Not that I could anyway but you know what I mean

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    Depends how hard you get kicked and how long your in labour
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    (Original post by vickidc18)
    I've given birth, I had a 48 hour labour and no pain relief , the pain when the babys head crowns is unimaginable like a ring of fire I tore as well so had to have stitches the amazing thing about labour is the gift afterwards you get to meet your baby for the first time and it's the best feeling in the world, if you got nothing out of the pain it would be awful I always feel so sorry for women who have still borns and give birth to them naturally not only do they have to grieve over their child they have to give birth to them as well
    Ohhh. How lovely to have a baby. :hugs: You describe the birth really well. Boy or girl?
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    Ohhh. How lovely to have a baby. :hugs: You describe the birth really well. Boy or girl?
    Girl
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Even if it's true that getting kicked in the nadgers hurts more (which I very much question), child birth lasts longer and has a longer recovery period.

    I really don't think the two are comparable and I don't understand the desperation with which some men seek to one-up child birth.
    This. It seems such a bizarre thing to want to compare.

    Having been trampled in the nuts (rugby) and witnessed a 36 hour labour that resembled Omaha beach by the end, I bow in my admiration to all mums.
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    My first Labour (need to find a better word!) lasted 12 hours, most painful thing that's happened in my life. So worth it though.
 
 
 
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