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By  airforce987  |  20

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  airforce987  |  20

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  chel325  |  2

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  airforce987  |  20

Erm 28, ok. Let's have your testicles ripped open and have them swell up to five times their normal size. 54, I'm assuming they caught on the handlebars... *shudder*

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  buckerado  |  19

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  Shrike  |  22

114: There's no such thing as a "unit of pain". If you're talking about the "Del" measurement, it's not even scientific, pretty much an urban legend. Do your research next time.

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Everyone experiences pain differently.. My mom has described birth as pushing a basketball out ur vagina and I can't imagine that would be fun.. N guys always double over when they get hit in the balls so lets not say one is more painful than the other because they are both very painful and be grown up about it.

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  simonsaysYDI  |  8

114 - Yeah... no. I heard that but it's based off of people going, "Oh my god it hurt like soooooooooo much man." As a girl with two brothers, I have kicked numerous balls in my life, and my brother going, "Ohh fuck you" and falling down and wincing for a minute doesn't seem bad compared to when my brother snapped his femur and was screaming and sweating from the pain. Soooo yeah >__> I mean like... maybe getting your balls torn open is that bad, but just getting "hit" in them... yeah man up. Guys do it to each other all the time.

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As someone who has recently passed kidney stones... testicular pain really makes you want to crawl in a hole and die. ^^^only time in my life I have thrown up from, and literally writhed on the floor from pain. Thank go for the man who invented morphine.

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  sparc_fml  |  4

Seriously everyone... can we leave the whole 'this pain is worse than that pain' thing alone? These arguments are 100% pointless because nobody is ever going to experience both - men can't have kids and women can't get kicked in the testicles. In fact I'm sure that's why people claim to have absolute knowledge of one or the other - noone can really prove you wrong (and yes, I'm including women in this - child birth sucks but you haven't had your scrotum ripped apart by a bike so you can't say one is worse, just like I'm not going to say the worst pain I ever dealt with was worse than childbirth.) Let's just all agree that what the poor OP went through was much worse than your standard kick to the groin, but there is NO WAY to compare it to child birth cause OP isn't going to be giving birth... or possibly having kids at all now ;).

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  SW500  |  13

I've had my balls swell to enormous sizes. Both at different times, but painful as shit to move either way. Having a doctor pull on your testicle to put your intestines back in place hurts more than one may imagine. Hernias suck. Though I imagine this hurts more.

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  kay71095  |  9

And first of all, being hit in the balls hurts for 5 minutes when a woman can be in labor for up to three days. If I had balls, I'd rather be hit in the balls. And I don't believe it should be argued about because guys will never know the amount of pain child birth gives you. And girls will never know what it feels like to be hit in the balls

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  MDTeddy  |  13

No offense, but girls reacting this way is just freaken weird. Yes it would hurt like hell, but can you react a normal way instead of looking like you have to pee?

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  PlasmaPorter  |  12

I can tear my balls with 1 handlebar, 1 handlebar... but Damn that WILL literally and figuratively scar you for life. FYL OP and I imagine your face looked like my profile pic when you flew majestically into the "no-kids-for-you" zone.

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  thecovert  |  7

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  RacerX1695  |  1

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  Demonfish  |  14

20- I think his reaction would have been beyond words, more like a primal, earsplitting, soul chilling, scream of utter agony and anguish. To put it lightly.

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  nonnieluv  |  9

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  Qandol  |  26

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  bsmith9942  |  11

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  MURIKKA  |  11

26- No, women have their fair share of pain too. Granted, they don't quite understand how sensitive our balls are, but there are pains that they experience that we don't quite understand either. Chill out.

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  supportcommand  |  17

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supportcommand-Really? So have scientists found a way to measure pain? That's the only way the study would be accurate. What I heard is that child birth is painful to the point that women forget the pain; hence mothers having kids over and over. If you want an idea of the pain of birth, imagine pushing a marble out of your penis. For hours at a time.

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  JoyM  |  6

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  HiIAmKevin  |  8

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  misspulkadot24  |  17

But every girl gets her cycle, and let me tell you, cramps hurt like a mother. So imagine feeling like your going to shit out your organs for a few days straight every month until your 50. I'm sure being kicked in the balls hurts, but don't say women don't get their fair share.

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  MURIKKA  |  11

Jesus everyone! Girls: Getting kicked in the balls hurts so much that it is nauseating. Guys: 10cm is a really long way to dilate. Pushing a multi-pound human being out of you is just as painful as it sounds. There. NOW STOP ARGUING!

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  MissMae93  |  23

I agree with 80 - before I got on meds for my cramps, I would vomit for about 12 hours a day from the amount of pain I was in, I was unable to eat anything, no over the counter medicine could ease the pain and I had to skip school for a full week, if not more. Trust me, I'm pretty sure I understand the pain of being kicked in the groin.

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  b3tazoid  |  5

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  DocBastard  |  38

I think my brain rebelled and caused me to have a seizure and black out after reading this thread. How the FUCK can you compare the pain of childbirth with ANYTHING? Pain is subjective. It therefore can NOT be measured objectively. Therefore you cannot compare a women-only pain to a men-only pain. Full stop.

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  slurshies  |  11

also, every woman has a different experience with childbirth, so you can't exactly measure it. comparing a woman giving birth to triplets compared to a woman giving birth to a tiny premature baby just doesn't work out. plus, some people are good at handling pain while others have a lot of difficulty

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  perdix  |  29

#97, you're telling me, Doc! I was expecting this thread to be a light-hearted discussion about dry-humping and unfinished hand jobs, but it devolved into a pissing contest about excruciating pain. What a waste of a Saturday!

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  niallo  |  23

There is is only one example that might come close. It's an ovarian cyst that's about to rupture. I'm a male nurse, and I've never seen a woman who wasn't in screaming pain with one of those. Would never wish it on anyone.

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  Jeffers123  |  5

64- it's been scientifically proven that given birth is about 57 ibs of pain/ per second, and an average kick in the balls is about 600 ibs of pain/ per second....so.... Ya

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  DocBastard  |  38

Jeffers123 - You just scientifically proved that you are a moron. There's no such thing as "ibs" (or lbs, I assume you meant) of pain. In fact, there is no such thing as any objective measurement of pain (yet), though there are some imaging modalities that are being investigated. People like you who throw up impressive-sounding statistics which are clearly fabricated are the worst type of debaters. I'm sure you'll stand by your evidence because you either read it somewhere (but you can't remember where) or because "someone" told you. It's complete and utter bullshit.

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I love how you guys are all saying "it's a proven scientific fact, look it up" yet you all have completely different measurements and units! I'm pretty sure that right there should tell you it's not :/

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  supportcommand  |  17

72-First I never said anything about scientific proof of pain measure. Your reading too much into my comment. And since you're talking about what we've " heard " , i heard that kidney stones are a close comparison.

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174-Oh, please. Don't try and play off your comment. When you said ' it's been proven', I face you the benefit of the doubt that it was scientific, and not some asshat on the internet. I guess I was wrong.

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  sens3sfailing  |  24

Doc- I found out 2 things that you should know. 1:ibs stands for International Bull Shit, hence why his argument is wrong and fabricated in pretty much every way. 2: approximately 45.3% of all statistics are made up on the spot.

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  XtraEzeee  |  8

72- Personally I would choose getting the marble pushed out of my penis rather than endure a direct, hard hit to the balls. But that's just my opinion.

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  GreekGleek6  |  22

Dude that is so uncalled for. She is beautiful. Just because she doesn't understand how blue balls happen doesn't mean you should insult her. Guys don't understand the pain of periods and what comes along with it. So don't go insulting a girl for not understanding male issues. With your attitude you probably don't get much interaction with females at all.

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  noelykins1  |  19

I'm a girl and I can't imagine it. I need like an example that doesn't include the male genitalia because I have no idea what pain tolerance there is down there. I'm not trolling, I honestly can't picture it.

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  ant1ion  |  12

134 it's hard to describe the pain, it's kind of like getting a body part crushed 5x more than the amount of force used to be kicked there, then you start feeling sick for a while sometimes you could throw up

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  ShyAnn29  |  14

134, maybe think about what it would feel like if someone punched your boob really hard....I doubt that's the same, but it's the best I could think of.

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  noelykins1  |  19

Woah that would hurt, however when I picture it I picture it feeling worse than your head being crushed against the cement and being cup down from ear lobe to chin.

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  Dracoboxer357  |  35

7- Last time I was on a bike, I ended up going over the handle bars, face first into the curb. That earned me a trip to the hospital with a concussion and the left side of my face torn open vertically (sunglasses shattered and gave me an unbelievable slash with broken glass). I never thought I'd look "normal" again after that experience, but a fantastic doctor, time, polysporin and vitamin E oil did wonders for the scar. Now, 12 years later, you can't even tell unless you're looking for it. Never got back on That horse again, figuratively. Maybe one day. ;P

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  simonsaysYDI  |  8

I don't know why that didn't post.. Stories like that make me afraid of wearing sunglasses in my car in case I get in an accident and the airbag shatters them into my eyes.

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  Llama_Face89  |  33

I haven't gone near my bike ever since a car sent me over the handle bars and the worst I got was bad road burn...if I were in OP's position I think even a picture of a bike night give me panic attacks. No man should ever have his balls so violated...

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  onlychildFTW  |  33

248- in my city bikes are becoming very popular, on paper. Let's of money was put into designated permanent bike lanes by taking away car lanes and parking. Now there's lanes for bikes that aren't used as much as they should be, more traffic congestion, and a city trying to find out where to cut the few million for what it cost to build them. Ahh bikes in a modern city, bad after thought when not engineered properly.

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  annie_nk  |  22

I saw this FML when it was in moderation. Before it got here, it said he was riding down a volcanic mountain in Hawaii. So maybe he hit some sharp rock.

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