Why is it that we say that two men rescued a child from drowning, or two men won a Nobel Prize, but we say that two males were arrested for burglary, or two males were brought to hospital after a traffic accident?
Is a man only a “male” when he does something bad or comes to the attention of the emergency services?
Can’t believe we missed this new Perry Bible Fellowship last month. Click to enlarge.
Attention, swordsmen of the world. A decade of childless shenanigans awaits you.
It’s called RISUG (reversible inhibition of sperm under guidance) and it’s recently been shown to be 100% effective for a minimum of 10 years with no side-effects and complete reversibility.
The thing that makes RISUG so effective is that it is not a drug, it’s a polymer – a positively-charged polymer to be precise. Sperm, you see, are negatively charged – so when they travel past the polymer as they pass through the vas deferens – they get zapped. Obviously the catch is that the polymer must be injected into the vas deferens via the scrotum – but the 15-minute procedure is probably a lot less painful than it sounds… and much less painful than childbirth.