she sounds like a real ball-buster. way to pick 'em, husband guy
March Madness & Vasectomy - I may owe someone an apology...
Listen to this radio ad from good old Eugene, OR.
Spoiler Alert: the March Madness thing is definitely real, as evidenced by this radio ad they run every year. Snip City baby!!
I'm not sold on this whole vasectomy thing. I'm coming up on my 5 year anniversary. If there is a better form of birth control than being married for 5 years, I've never heard of it...
Better than 5? Try 25. It's not going to get better.
I had mine the day before the US Open (Golf) in June a couple years ago. I live in Virginia, so we are prone to summer thunderstorms. That Wednesday night, 8 hours after I had the procedure done, a storm rolled through and knocked out our power for the next 2 days.
So instead of watching golf, I got to sit in 100 degree heat with no A/C and had to pull-start a generator several times.
I'm sorry but I loled
Was that with the derecho back in 2012 that knocked out everyone's power? I believe that was right around the time of the U.S. Open (they both were in June, if I remember correctly). I live in Lynchburg, and while we had power, everyone else was out for at least a week. Being out for just 2 days from that storm would have actually been pretty lucky.
"So, who has their own Vasectomy and March Madness story... let's hear them"
Things I never expected/wanted to hear about on mgoblog.
You will when you are over 35 with too many kids....
Shit that's next year.
Having this year?
If put to a vote, I imagine the "Let's not hear your vasectomy stories" would win out.
If it makes you feel any better, original poster, I don't think your male confession will make a vas deferens to that dude's weekend plans.
Thursday morning, 1999 ... there are some things a man never forgets
At least you got to party like it was 1999!... am I right?
The laser broke in the middle of my procedure. He had to pull the cords and cut by hand. My wife (RN) almost passed out. My left nut, without laser, swelled up for two weeks. I still have two cups to fill and am looking for someone with soft hands.
Luckily I was awake.
I pushed 3 eight pound babies out of my vagina (not all at once) with no drugs.
re: Vasectomy scheduling: my hubby had his Wednesday of Masters week, so you could do that as well. I brought him pizza and beer in bed while he immersed himself in golf.
i love this game!
See, when I underwent this particular procedure in late June several years ago, I really didn't even think of the possibility of postponing it until March Madness of the following year (that would have been 2009 in my case). This is a brilliant plan (and it would be paid time off from a bank that is not vacation), in my estimation, and my wife, while not into sports either, at least tolerates my obsessions. Damnit.
Because after two kids (a girl and boy) my wife made it plainly clear that unless I wanted to "get better acquainted with myself", I had better get a vasectomy in short order.
tactic myself, but it was when I got my wisdom teeth removed.
Second child is due in July. Once we know it's a functional human being...I will look up the NCAA Tournament schedule for 2015...and schedule my vasectomy. I have heard it's not that bad...just feels like you have been kicked in the balls for two days. With the right meds and booze...that could be a pretty good two days.
If you watched the Michigan - Penn State Hockey BTT game, you've had perfect practice for what it feels like.
You're good to go now.
Not vasectomy, but my daughter is a Pi Day baby born 12 years ago.
I will never forget that she was born on a Thursday as while my wife lay there sleeping on the hospital bed waiting for my daughter to come out, I was sitting there all day watching the first day of March Madness action.
It really could not have been timed any better.
... my third was due right in the middle of March Madness, but he arrived a month early.
My wife went into labor into labor on the day the Sweet 16 began in '05. I'll never forget the matchup, Louisville vs Washington. I remember it like it was yesterday, rocking and feeding him while watching that game and thinking "Wow, I'm a dad now!"
My daughter was born just as Michigan's dismantling of #2 ND was beginning in '06. Good timing both times.
I don't have kids, but likely will have one next year. After that, I will seriously think about a vasectomy. I don't want any kids in the first place, but it's either have one or lose everything. I will not agree to more than one child and that's the bottom line.
Sounds like one of Stone Cold Steve Austin's ring rants
That is a tough spot to be in. I hope it works out well for you.
not the same, but in same general area, and i did get four days of hoops.
I didn't even think about MM when I scheduled it last month.
What a Happy Bonus! Percocet+ non-stop MBB!
Downside, I have a frozen bag of peas on my junk.
Although I did plan for NCAA's...I got mine done the Friday morning of Tourney....great little weekend except, too much percocet and beer will make you look like a zombie by Sunday night...
Your picture makes much more sense now. Keanu Reeves on percocet and beer.
This may be your guy. Less reason to feel bad.
My story: I have a friend who has a beautiful 2 year old boy, third child, well after his vasectomy. Point of the story is that this surgery is not foolproof. Read up in Wikipedia or Google it for more info.
My vasectomy doctor told me that the insurance settlement rate for a failed procedure was $300,000 (i.e. - the cost of raising a child to age 18, projected out to the 2020's).
Of course, this settlement offer is only good after the baby's DNA matches yours..........
a semen analysis and some DNA...
Don't want any of those ambitious little swimmers out in the wild.
but different. Coming of age has lots of complications. I haven't had a vasectomy yet, nor this procedure yet, but this write up is hilarious...
of women getting a raw deal.
This is brilliant. I don't need a hysterectomy.
When I was in middle school, a (girl) classmate of mine showed me a joke (back when such things were passed around on paper instead of social media). It had a girl and a boy trying to "one-up" each other. Finally, the boy dropped his pants and said "I've got one of these and you don't."
To which, the girl lifted her skirt to expose her equipment and said: "I've one of THESE, which means I can get as many of THOSE as I want!"
Not planned around bball but taking advantage yesterday when not on shitter and today when not in procedure, in a couple of hours.
performed by Toledo urologist Dick Tapper MD.
Football for 5 days.
Was born the day after Michigan beat Michigan State 60-59 in 2012. Early in the second half of the game my wife started having contractions, called her Dad and said can you leave to come over to watch the 3 kids when the game is OVER! We left for the hospital after the game and my son was born at 6:45 am. As an aside, she was interested in the name Mason and I said I'd agree if it was Mason Blue...she wouldn't go for it.
I wanted to name my son the same thing. So my wife put the name on the birth certificate before she even went up to the room while I was parking the car so that I could not change it.
What a great wife though to say wait till the games over. She's a keeper... like you have a choice.
I did this as well thinking it was a great idea. I got about 26 hours of sympathy and was told to stop being a cry baby and help with the kids. Woman, like they know what pain is
perhaps the best part of a cesarean...they take care of tubal ligation while they're in there, and I continue living my life as the gloriously potent man that I am. No, I don't get a mancation, but I don't have to witness the smoke rising from my ballsack.
As a 25-year-old single man, this thread makes me want to reconsider the potential future.
"What a drag it is getting old..."
I never thought to have it around March Madness. I had mine on December 30th, so I could have it on that year's insurance.
The procedure is not that bad, more uncomfortable than anything else.
Now, when I went in the first time and he was unable to complete the procedure after digging around for 45 minutes on one side, that hurt real bad for about the 2-3 weeks.
Had the idea this year, called 4 different urologists who had no openings this week. One booking nurse said, "Oh, those days fill up way early." So, I'm scheduled Thursday morning of the Masters. Not a bad consolation prize.