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    Over the last few weeks my friends have begun slapping each other in the balls - for fun. I had been slapped right in the balls dozens of times before - yeah they hurt - but nothing too bad. But today they took it a step further. They decided to start kicking. As soon as I got to school, as I usually would, I walked up to them, usually greeted with a slap to my balls. But today it was a kick - point blank in the nuts. I dropped to the ground- where I was hit once again. Within a few minutes I was back up, not much happened.

    By the beginning of lunch I had been slapped, kicked and punched in the nuts five or six times - usually only down for a minute or two. Then lunch came around and I was once again kicked really hard in the nuts - again dropping for a five or so mins.

    I really want the kicking to stop. I don't mind being slapped in the balls - we do it as a harmless game - but kicking is too far. It's not just me who is being kicked - all my friends are doing it to each other - so it's not bullying or anything - just a game - but my god the kicks in the nuts hurt.

    What should I do to stop the kicking?

    Let's face it, kicking each other in the balls is what friends do. That's how you know they are your friends.

    If you can't handle the kicking you are going to have to make a tough choice: your friends or your balls.

    I'd recommend keeping the friends and losing the balls. Friends aren't easy to make these days and if you think about it balls aren't much more than an inconvenience in the long run.

    My guess is that the NHS could have your balls removed my this time next year. I'd look into that.
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