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Re: Vasectomy in Cambodia

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atst wrote: Tue Feb 11, 2020 9:52 pm
JUDGEDREDD wrote: Tue Feb 11, 2020 8:48 pm Still to this day I have absolutely no understanding as to why any male on the planet would ever have this done to them
Any man who cares for his wife would prefer this than the alternative to what women need to do
It's also a safeguard if you're single and don't want any kids,
What you think you lost your manhood because your shooting blanks,
No I just don't want sharp things anywhere near my cock or balls thanks m8
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I think it should be mandatory for all male babies to be given a vasectomy at birth. When a man is older and wants children, he should have to prove he's not a shitcunt, take an IQ test, and have X amount of cash in the bank to get his sperm back and destroy his life with the burden of having a child that'll just end up witnessing some kind of brutal mad max post-apocalyptic dystopia and die a slow and painful death anyway in the not so distant future!

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JUDGEDREDD wrote: Tue Feb 11, 2020 11:01 pm
atst wrote: Tue Feb 11, 2020 9:52 pm
JUDGEDREDD wrote: Tue Feb 11, 2020 8:48 pm Still to this day I have absolutely no understanding as to why any male on the planet would ever have this done to them
Any man who cares for his wife would prefer this than the alternative to what women need to do
It's also a safeguard if you're single and don't want any kids,
What you think you lost your manhood because your shooting blanks,
No I just don't want sharp things anywhere near my cock or balls thanks m8
To make matters worse, if you have a reversible procedure, there is a risk that the tubes grow back on their own (you know, like your body trying to heal itself), then you have to go through it twice.

I didn't fancy sharp things near my nuts either, but I had it done. The old adage of "Doctor, remove the pain but please leave the swelling" was never truer. And to my eternal surprise, some 8 or 9 years later, one of my tubes decided it wasn't quite finished yet. So now I either go for the Catholic rhythm method, or I undergo procedure #2.

Having to lie to your significant other that you might have an STI is infinitely better than she finds out that you are now capable of fathering a Khmer/Barang baby. :whip:
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Captain Bonez wrote: Tue Feb 11, 2020 11:39 pm I think it should be mandatory for all male babies to be given a vasectomy at birth. When a man is older and wants children, he should have to prove he's not a shitcunt, take an IQ test, and have X amount of cash in the bank to get his sperm back and destroy his life with the burden of having a child that'll just end up witnessing some kind of brutal mad max post-apocalyptic dystopia and die a slow and painful death anyway in the not so distant future!

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Captain Bonez wrote: Tue Feb 11, 2020 11:39 pm I think it should be mandatory for all male babies to be given a vasectomy at birth. When a man is older and wants children, he should have to prove he's not a shitcunt, take an IQ test, and have X amount of cash in the bank to get his sperm back and destroy his life with the burden of having a child that'll just end up witnessing some kind of brutal mad max post-apocalyptic dystopia and die a slow and painful death anyway in the not so distant future!
Not sure having selective breeding for a couple of generations excluding all but successful business people would be all that smart.
The offspring would probably have significantly lower survivability once the apocalypse happens.

So in order for making long term changes to the gene pool, you also need to include the ability to handle an apocalypse or two, otherwise, it was just a genetic dead end.
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JUDGEDREDD wrote: Tue Feb 11, 2020 8:48 pm Still to this day I have absolutely no understanding as to why any male on the planet would ever have this done to them

What I still don't understand is why anybody has kids or why they could take the risk to have some...
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Yerg wrote: Tue Feb 11, 2020 11:46 pm Whilst making me chuckle, you must be a scream to have a beer with... :beer3:
Lol, Bonezy clearly has some unresolved daddy issues.
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An old friend had a vasectomy here, not long after his first born had arrived.

Three years later he fathered a daughter. His tubes joined back up.
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Jerry Atrick wrote: Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:07 am An old friend had a vasectomy here, not long after his first born had arrived.

Three years later he fathered a daughter. His tubes joined back up.
That's what I call paying pipe!
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Jerry Atrick wrote: Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:07 am An old friend had a vasectomy here, not long after his first born had arrived.

Three years later he fathered a daughter. His tubes joined back up.
Hmmm, I think I would be paying for a DNA test on the day of the birth, if I was still around by then.

That would be a very long and testy 9 months to wait to find out if your missus had been playing away or your vasectomy had reversed itself.

Seriously, if a friend told you he had the snip but his missus was now pregnant and she's still claiming fidelity, what would your advice to him be?
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