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  1. MSUgEEk

    MSUgEEk Well-Known Member

    I brought that up to the wife and she's good with that. I want 2 kids and not 1 kid more if I can help it and the procedure for women is much more complicated, risky, and has longer recovery. Once we have our two and they're up to toddler age I should be around 35 and I honestly want my kids to be of age to be out of the house before I'm 60. So at 35 I'm done unless there are extreme circumstances. However, like you said, we will probably freeze some of my boys just in case.
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  2. Stigy

    Stigy Some say... VIP Member

    Required out of context - that's what she said.

    BTW it is in fact, what she said. :smokingsomb:
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  3. MSUgEEk

    MSUgEEk Well-Known Member

    My wife prefers deep tissue as well...weird. I prefer a firm pressure relaxing massage with some hot stone work incorporated in there as well.
  4. Lucky Armpit

    Lucky Armpit Well-Known Member

    In our case, no. We decided very early on in our relationship that we didn't want kids. Those feelings never changed and since my wife was tired of popping a pill every morning for years upon years, we made the decision to make it permanent.

    We have a lot of trouble sometimes explaining to people that we LIKE kids... we don't eat them or anything... we just didn't want any of our own. Some have even told us we were "selfish" for not having children. And our answer is, "Don't you think it's more selfish to have children when we don't want any because YOU want us to have one?" You can usually insert an uncomfortable silence after that question and people usually change the subject.
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  5. breadnatty08

    breadnatty08 pain rustique VIP Member

    Lucky, I agree with you. I really don't want to have kids. I see these idiots at work who run around and scream and throw their food everywhere and I shiver (sorry for those who love em!). We have family friends who are pretty much in the same boat. They, and I, can handle them in small doses like my nephews and nieces, but as a permanent part of your life, I can't fathom that at this point.
    Maybe I just need to grow up! :confused::rolleyes:
  6. AntimonyER

    AntimonyER AF Addict VIP Member

    That's disappointing that someone would call you selfish, and I must say, you have an excellent reply.
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  7. MSUgEEk

    MSUgEEk Well-Known Member

    I agree. If you don't want kids, you don't want them. No need for someone else to be upset by that. You could argue the opposite, they are selfish for wanting kids and contributing to the overpopulation of the earth :D Different strokes for different folks. Some people can't understand that.
  8. breadnatty08

    breadnatty08 pain rustique VIP Member

    We don't want kids now but we desperately want a dog. :(
    Free/non work time is at a premium though so I know it'd be difficult. If we can't devote enough attention and love to a pet, there's no way we'd consider kids.
  9. Lucky Armpit

    Lucky Armpit Well-Known Member


    This is the way it worked for me:

    1. Go to urologist with wife, tell her what we want.
    2. Get asked the question, are you both sure this is what you want, and we told her that yes, this is what we both want.
    3. Get appointment scheduled, and get a prescription for 1 Xanax.
    4. Thirty minutes before getting to the office, pop the Xanax. I need to stress that this has to be the biggest pill I have ever seen in my life.
    5. Pull over 10 minutes after taking largest Xanax pill I've ever seen as I suddenly realize I'm in no condition to drive.
    6. Listen to wife say, I told you so, as we pull away from the curb with her now driving.
    7. Realize I don't care that the wife is saying that she told me so.
    8. Get to the office, and go into the room to have the procedure done. Strip to nothing below the waist.
    9. Sit in chair and put my feet up in stirrups. Suddenly realize that there are 4-5 strangers operating on me while I'm naked below the waist. Also realize that I really don't care.
    10. After 45 minutes, it's done. Doc reminds me that I can walk normally with a smile on her face. Wife tells me I'm walking like a cowboy after a long horseback ride on the range.



    But seriously, yes, she used a scalpel and no, there was no pain at all. There was a bit of discomfort but no pain. I took it easy for about 3-4 days and was back to normal after that.
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  10. ajdroidx

    ajdroidx Well-Known Member

    One bad thing about the smart watch... yeah, it needs charged, unlike my regular wrist watch. Guess what I forgot to do. Yup, charge the thing :rolleyes:
  11. HanSolo

    HanSolo Well-Known Member

    They haven't given me any prescription for anything yet. I'd better give them a call and see what's what.
    :confused:
  12. breadnatty08

    breadnatty08 pain rustique VIP Member

    Never taken a Xanex, but Valium was great to take before I got my wisdom teeth out. I felt like a drunken sailor in about 15 min. :)
    Be sure to get something as Lucky described, it's not so much the pain (if there is any) as the exposure.

    Edit: and I've seen our lady posters have been surprisingly absent in this discussion. ;)
  13. MSUgEEk

    MSUgEEk Well-Known Member

    You had a female urologist??? Hmmm, may have to go on the terms/conditions of the wife and I's agreement...I mean she gets a male gyno, it's only fair right? lol

    It is strange that all the women left isn't it.
  14. HanSolo

    HanSolo Well-Known Member

    I'm glad my urologist is male. They know what they're doing. When I went in for the consult, I had the assistant, a woman named Misty who, for some reason, chose to wear a short skirt and a low cut top that revealed an ample set of hills. Fortunately for me, the sheer terror of the whole experience made good old Johnny shrink like a frightened turtle. But at one point, she wanted to locate the vas deferens, and squeezed my marbles quite painfully. It made me think that she was a man-hater, honestly. She located one, after much squeezing, and couldn't locate the other. She called in the male urologist (who will be doing the surgery), and he found both within literally 20 seconds, and barely squeezed at all.

    My marbles hurt the whole way home. It's such a terrible feeling. Don't know if any of you guys have ever gotten kicked in the jewels, but that pain is like no other and radiates into your abdomen for a long time. It wasn't quite that bad, but near enough.

    For haircuts and other medical procedures, though, I definitely enjoy a woman's more gentle touch. I always like to get my hair washed when I get it cut (one of the top 10 most pleasurable, non sexual experiences in life), but I won't do it if it's a guy.

    I'm not old enough for prostate exams yet, but when I do, I don't think I would like a guy to do it either.
  15. AntimonyER

    AntimonyER AF Addict VIP Member

    You may want to think about that... I would be mortified if a certain event occured while getting an examination...
  16. MSUgEEk

    MSUgEEk Well-Known Member

    Haha, was certainly joking, but like Han said, the sheer terror of what I was being examined for would make that a non-issue I'm sure. There's pros and cons to each...women are generally more gentle but men know that area and the pain that can be caused by one false move or too much squeezing.

    I also agree with Han on the washing/scalp massage after a haircut. Second only to a good full body massage, lol. The first time I got a wash after a cut I was still in college on my way home for a visit and stopped in to get a cut at one of those places in the mall. Some Russian lady was there and insisted she wash my hair after the cut. Wouldn't take no for an answer. Pretty sure she was trying to seduce me and if she had pushed the issue during the wash, she probably could have had her way with me. LOL
  17. breadnatty08

    breadnatty08 pain rustique VIP Member

    Han, this is getting out of control!
    I remember in high school a classmate getting nailed with a soccer ball in his "marbles". They had to ice him down for a while. Can't imagine what the pain is like.
  18. Stigy

    Stigy Some say... VIP Member

    24 years old and no thought of kids or getting it all ended.

    I am getting a cat though so that's exciting. He's adorable and his name is Shadow.

    [​IMG]
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  19. MSUgEEk

    MSUgEEk Well-Known Member

    ^cats are the devil. Look into their eyes, they're pure evil.
  20. breadnatty08

    breadnatty08 pain rustique VIP Member

  21. AntimonyER

    AntimonyER AF Addict VIP Member

    The first few times I got my hair washed after a cut, the stylist intentionally scrubbed hard. I thought for the longest time that I was washing my hair wrong, and was supposed to scrub, but then the next time (all at different places), it was like heaven. I asked the stylist about it, and she said some places train their women stylists to do that in order to prevent harassment. I said most men aren't like that, and the most it would do is probably end up in a big tip for her. She laughed so hard, and then I realized what I had said. Man was my face red in that mirror!
  22. MSUgEEk

    MSUgEEk Well-Known Member


    :laugh::laugh::laugh: Priceless!

    I went back to that on place several more times over the next couple of years and every time I got the Russian lady she would remember me and say "I wash your hair." after she finished the cut. Wasn't a question, just a statement of fact. She was going to wash my hair.
  23. HanSolo

    HanSolo Well-Known Member

    lol. I've never had a hard scrubber. It's just wonderful. I just close my eyes and I'm in total bliss. One time it actually made me remember being washed as a baby by my mother. Seriously. I distinctly remembered being washed with warm water in the frakking kitchen sink! A couple of days later I asked my mom about it and she was shocked that I could remember that. I was a freaking baby! I told my wife about it and she just looked at me like I had two heads.
  24. Roze

    Roze Hiding behind a mystery VIP Member

    awww *hugs* She might have been stressed with get rob :(

    Awwwwww, so cute!! <3
  25. HanSolo

    HanSolo Well-Known Member

    Last time I had a hair cut, I had my eyes closed (I always do) as she was cutting, and I heard her cry out and a loud thud. Turns out she slipped and fell while circling around.

    Damn close call. Fortunately she didn't nip off a piece of my ear on her way down.
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