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    Following on from a different thread:

    A couple of years ago, my then girlfriend accidently knelt very heavily on the old wedding tackle, and was very shocked by the extreme discomfort it caused. Once I had recovered, she asked me to explain what the pain feels like, and why it is such an unpleasant experience. The thing is, I didn't know what to say... it really is impossible to explain. It's like a combination of a very intense yet dull pain and the feeling of being winded... but I don't think that explanation even begins to do it justice.

    So I ask you, men of TSR, do articulate as best as you can the excruciating pain that is a knee / fist / football / other to the family jewels... I don't think enough girls fully appreciate quite how horrendous it is, so hopefully this will be something of an eye-opener
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    Being punched in the chest, but all the pain focused in that one place
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    I think the pain is exagerated, personally. But yeh, it feels like your *******s have been winded, basically.
    Can't word it better than that
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    I've never actually experienced the pain, :p: so I can't describe it, but you can judge the pain by the fact that most of the time one can't stand up with such pain.
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    It feels like an elephant stepping on your face.

    Twice.
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    it feels like you have been winded and a sickly feeling arises within your body, its a high piutc pain so intense you can only feel it throught the consequences.
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    If you get hit in the nuts its sort of like a cross between being winded and hit on the nose, you have 2 options from there - laugh or cry, i usually go for a mixture of the 2.
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    try having a baby then!!
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    (Original post by Laursy)
    try having a baby then!!
    Somebody has an ace up their sleeve.
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    Somebody holds an ace up their sleve
    sounding completely dumb here but what does that mean lol?
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    (Original post by jeff2233)
    Following on from a different thread:

    A couple of years ago, my then girlfriend accidently knelt very heavily on the old wedding tackle, and was very shocked by the extreme discomfort it caused. Once I had recovered, she asked me to explain what the pain feels like, and why it is such an unpleasant experience. The thing is, I didn't know what to say... it really is impossible to explain. It's like a combination of a very intense yet dull pain and the feeling of being winded... but I don't think that explanation even begins to do it justice.

    So I ask you, men of TSR, do articulate as best as you can the excruciating pain that is a knee / fist / football / other to the family jewels... I don't think enough girls fully appreciate quite how horrendous it is, so hopefully this will be something of an eye-opener
    Sounds like period pain lol! :p: hehe

    Seriously, I feel sorry for you, I can't actually fully comprehend how that feels... on the plus side, you'll never give birth so as long as your lovely lady doesn't do that again to you're little fella then you shouldn't really experience pain like that ever again.

    On the otherhand I'm a hormonal young lady with excruciating period pain, and would love to swap my week long duration of the dull throbbing and churning that I get for 1/4 of each month for your momentary lapse of willy ache.

    If I sound really sarcastic, I apologise in advance, as I blame my hormones, but I love you men, you're lovely creatures please don't neg rep me, I feel for you, I really do.
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    (Original post by SpudMuffin)
    Sounds like period pain lol! :p: hehe

    Seriously, I feel sorry for you, I can't actually fully comprehend how that feels... on the plus side, you'll never give birth so as long as your lovely lady doesn't do that again to you're little fella then you shouldn't really experience pain like that ever again.

    On the otherhand I'm a hormonal young lady with excruciating period pain, and would love to swap my week long duration of the dull throbbing and churning that I get for 1/4 of each month for your momentary lapse of willy ache.

    If I sound really sarcastic, I apologise in advance, as I blame my hormones, but I love you men, you're lovely creatures please don't neg rep me, I feel for you, I really do.
    Hehe. She's not my lovely lady anymore so thankfully she will never get the chance, but that has nothing to do with groin kneelage

    I am by no means belittling what you ladies have to go through, giving birth sounds truly horrendous (quite how my mother survived it 5 times I don't know) and having 4 sisters I am all too aware of the joys of periods. But I think men are given this pain to make up in a small way for not being able to give birth / having periods.
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    (Original post by Eien)
    I've never actually experienced the pain, :p:.
    Allow me to enlighten you :viking:

    Hehe only kidding, I could never put anybody through that.
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    (Original post by Elipsis)
    If you get hit in the nuts its sort of like a cross between being winded and hit on the nose, you have 2 options from there - laugh or cry, i usually go for a mixture of the 2.
    Heh, yes... it seems to feel as if the bottom part of your body has been frozen off.
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    (Original post by Elipsis)
    Somebody has an ace up their sleeve.
    Seems like someone has an ace up their ass too. [It's not you]
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    (Original post by jeff2233)
    Following on from a different thread:

    A couple of years ago, my then girlfriend accidently knelt very heavily on the old wedding tackle, and was very shocked by the extreme discomfort it caused. Once I had recovered, she asked me to explain what the pain feels like, and why it is such an unpleasant experience. The thing is, I didn't know what to say... it really is impossible to explain. It's like a combination of a very intense yet dull pain and the feeling of being winded... but I don't think that explanation even begins to do it justice.

    So I ask you, men of TSR, do articulate as best as you can the excruciating pain that is a knee / fist / football / other to the family jewels... I don't think enough girls fully appreciate quite how horrendous it is, so hopefully this will be something of an eye-opener


    Its so painful that I can remember each time i've actually been hit in the balls in great detail... !!
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    (Original post by Laursy)
    try having a baby then!!

    yeah now that's pain (or so Im told :p: )
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    (Original post by Hayley_2k4)
    yeah now that's pain (or so Im told :p: )
    Giving birth can be likened to squeezing an orange through a straw... :eek:
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    (Original post by Eien)
    Giving birth can be likened to squeezing an orange through a straw... :eek:
    Hmm, someone once told me to imagine trying to fit a bowling ball through the end of your penis, as that is what it feels like to give birth :eek: A bit over the top I think, but I don't doubt it hurts a hell of a lot!
 
 
 
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