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Don't Believe Her

Women always say that giving birth is way more painful than a guy getting kicked in the nuts.

Here is proof that they are wrong.

A year or so after giving birth, a woman will often say, "it might be nice to have another child."

You never hear a guy say, "I would like to get kicked in the nuts again."
emce emce 66-70, M 10 Responses Apr 14, 2012

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That's because the kick in the nuts doesn't come with the beautiful reward that giving birth does. Men just aren't strong enough to deal with that kind of pain, either.

I just thought of something else. A kick in the nuts is just that....a lot of pain and nothing to show for it. I mean no benefit to it whatsoever. The pain of childbirth gives a wonderful and most precious gift. One that brings love and joy like you could never imagine.....yeah, and some pain too....but you still love them. So I guess with pain, it all depends on was it worth it for the end result. ;)

Good point! Thanks for your comments!

Not totally true, if you kick really hard they can have tears, vomit, internal bleeding and sterility to show for it. Also loss of consciousness and death, but they can't exactly show those themselves.

When I said something to show for it, I meant and said beneficial. None of what you mentioned is beneficial to anyone.

That's relative, if he got kicked because he's a jerk then his sterility is a good thing for the world, the tears, vomit and passing out can be entertaining to observers and laughing is beneficial. And maybe, just m-a-y-b-e he could learn his lesson and become a slightly better person. It's also pretty beneficial to my mood.

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he he he (^-^)

Yeah, just like they say, it's a pain you forget...

Lol... good point

Never know, some men are masochists.

Well that is true! A very interesting way to lok at it I must say!

Good one...but nature made it so that women forget the pain very easily. Yes they still remember it is painful, but not as bad as it really was. And the longing for a child overrides and outweighs the memory of the pain.

just felt that pain!

Yeah, right.