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    Testicles under padlock for two weeks

    A US man was taken to hospital after having his testicles stuck in a padlock for two weeks.

    The man, from Brentwood, New Hampshire, says a friend fastened the padlock to his scrotum after a drinking session.

    Corporal H D Wood IV said the man was severely intoxicated and had passed out.

    He told police that when he woke up the padlock was locked around the top of his scrotum and his friend was gone.

    "Never in my 13 years have I seen anything like this," Wood said.

    The man tried to remove the padlock with a hacksaw after the key broke off inside the lock but without success.

    He was taken to Exeter Hospital, where a locksmith was called to remove the lock. The man was treated and released without sustaining lasting injury.

    "At this point we are not sure if it was a prank, or if it was an intentional act, or something done during a sexual act," Wood said.



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    So he just walked around like that for 2 weeks? Or maybe he was drunk that whole time?
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    Poor locksmith... Imagine being called to that.
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    simple solution with no locksmith needed... cut his balls off, he doesnt deserve them if he treats them like that... he obviously never uses them anyway?

    ... he also will not polute the gene pool with his retardery!
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    My guess is that he's likely dating a power bottom who used the padlock as a sort of makeshift chastity belt so he couldn't go around tea-bagging all the greasy, firm boys down at the bath house.

    That is a very humorous story. Hehehe.

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    Here is a site with some weird news, i think it's canadian so that makes up for it, j/k. I prefer the story with the taxicab driver. Weird News
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    That's nothing. I know guys who have had their testicles padlocked for 25 years. They're called "married".

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    1 down... 24 to go?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Govtcheez
    That's nothing. I know guys who have had their testicles padlocked for 25 years. They're called "married".

    hahahahahahahahaha
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    I think I just pooped, ur a jeenyus
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    The next time your girlfriend or wife complains that you never listen to her you can pull out this (from this site):

    LONDON (AFP) - Men who are accused of never listening by women now have an excuse -- women's voices are more difficult for men to listen to than other men's, a report said.

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    NeuroImage, said researchers at Sheffield university in northern England discovered startling differences in the way the brain responds to male and female sounds.

    Men deciphered female voices using the auditory part of the brain that processes music, while male voices engaged a simpler mechanism, it said.

    The Mail quoted researcher Michael Hunter as saying, "The female voice is actually more complex than the male voice, due to differences in the size and shape of the vocal cords and larynx between men and women, and also due to women having greater natural 'melody' in their voices.

    "This causes a more complex range of sound frequencies than in a male voice."

    The findings may help explain why people suffering hallucinations usually hear male voices, the report added, as the brain may find it much harder to conjure up a false female voice accurately than a false male voice.
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    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...spendstate.asp


    id say this qualifies as werid and strange,
    why would they allow you to disable wake events...

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    man what the ........ is wrong with these people!!

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    Here's a guy with dedication.. I wonder what game he was playing? 50 hours?!?
    "Owners of dogs will have noticed that, if you provide them with food and water and shelter and affection, they will think you are god. Whereas owners of cats are compelled to realize that, if you provide them with food and water and shelter and affection, they draw the conclusion that they are gods."
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    I heard he wasn't really playing a game..

    They say he was really browsing cprogramming.com
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    Whatever, I've been browsing cprog straight for 5 years with no problems

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