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User avatar #23 - kennyh
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(09/21/2013) [-]
A whore on face book posted this (4 kids, all different dads) and I replied "yea but if I were going to intentionally let someone shoot at me I'd put on that vest"
User avatar #28 to #23 - tylerconnell
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This needs to be top comment NOW
#91 to #28 - turdofdoom
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who comment?
your comment ?
my comment?
his comment?
im really getting nervous right now.
User avatar #158 to #91 - tylerconnell
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Disregard, it is top comment now haha
User avatar #53 to #23 - aherorising
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screenshot it. pics or it didn't happen
#1 - ubercookieboy
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Or y'know, just use a ****** condom.
User avatar #71 to #1 - joshkroger
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or both if you're extremely paranoid like myself
User avatar #82 to #1 - maxismahname
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That's like covering the barrel of the gun with a bulletproof material that works 99% the time
User avatar #110 to #1 - dairybun
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Can I just note my parents used a condom, I'm that 3% that they're not insured for ;)
#128 to #1 - anon id: 7dd8a036
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If you've had proper sex with and without a condom, you'd know it'd be worth the effort.
#134 to #1 - llamagaga
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Female here. I didn't mind taking the pill. Condoms hurt like a bitch. Plus creampies are the best.
Female here. I didn't mind taking the pill. Condoms hurt like a bitch. Plus creampies are the best.
#2 to #1 - ohayougozaimasu
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**ohayougozaimasu rolled a random image posted in comment #34 at Spongebob **

abstinence all the way
User avatar #3 to #1 - nogphille
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the bulletproof vest is referring to a condom..

but you can't unload a penis.. the only thing you can do is get a vasectomy, but then you'd just be firing blanks.
#6 to #3 - rimjobmcgee
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They're making a birth control pill for men, to make us shoot blanks as long as its taken everyday. I'm all for it, I trust my memory over a woman's biological clock
User avatar #7 to #6 - nogphille
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agreed, i dislike the feel of condoms anyway, this would be a very nice invention.
User avatar #9 to #7 - brobathehutt
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(09/21/2013) [-]
Condoms are to prevent STDs as well. Does your pill do that?
User avatar #48 to #9 - syntheticdoll
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Any birth control method other than condom is only recommended for people who live in a long-term relationship where they don't change partners and both of them are STD free.
User avatar #51 to #48 - brobathehutt
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This post mostly refers to people who aren't in long lasting relationships.
User avatar #12 to #9 - threadz
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No, but it will prevent pregnancy. Which is what it will say it can do. Also, many STDs can be shared by methods other than having sex, so a condom is not the end all be all of protection.
User avatar #13 to #12 - brobathehutt
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Of course it isn't, but it's more than just a pill. It also almost entirely stops a good number of STDs including AIDs.
User avatar #42 to #13 - commontroll
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Thing is, not everybody who uses a condom is doing so out of fear of an STD. Married couples that know they don't have STDs use them because they don't want to become pregnant.

I know when I'm married I'm not going to want to put on a condom every time. They're a hassle and most everybody will tell you it feels rather meh.
User avatar #45 to #42 - brobathehutt
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Condoms stop minor infections too, such as yeast. Besides most married couples don't use condoms anyways, but they don't use pills either, which is why they have billions of kids.
User avatar #47 to #45 - commontroll
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Most every young married couple/newly weds use condoms and birth control. If you haven't noticed, the average family has only 2.5 kids. That's three kids but years of sex. They're probably using birth control in some way.
User avatar #49 to #47 - brobathehutt
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What do you mean by "the average family"? In the U.S. the average family could refer to the south, the north, the poor and the rich. It can also refer to religions. Specify man.
User avatar #50 to #49 - commontroll
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Average as in, taking all of the kids from a married family, then dividing them by the number of married couples.
User avatar #52 to #50 - brobathehutt
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Of what group of people. Not every area is different, and an average of every family ever holds no water in any specific country.
User avatar #14 to #13 - threadz
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That is also true. However, an anti sperm pill would have a 100% effectiveness rate, while a condom does not. Which, if any, you use is up to the user, and they take that risk.
Also, I believe AIDs can be transmitted via saliva if you have a cold sore, but I could be thinking of a different STD
User avatar #17 to #14 - brobathehutt
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That's herpes. And if you have a cold sore you shouldn't be having sex at all because of that. Also an anti-sperm pill hasn't been tested yet, so you don't know if it's 100% effective or not, and you don't know if it doesn't sterilize you forever or not.
User avatar #18 to #17 - threadz
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my mistake
User avatar #74 to #3 - mistercookie
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They are developing a new type of birth control in India, which has moved on to testing on hundreds of males. One of whatever to call it lasts for about 10 years and is 100% foolproof and easily reversible at any time.

Its some kind of magnet type that is operated into the scrotum, so when the sperm cells move into the torpedo room to ready up for launching, they will literally get shredded to pieces. Every single one, which makes it impossible to get anyone pregnant.

Still, it doesn't protect against STDs, I'd still wear a condom.
#95 to #74 - jazzytheferret
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Scrotum magnet implant, sperm torpedo room, shredded to pieces...This sentence terrifies me.
#5 to #3 - ubercookieboy
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User avatar #41 - syntheticdoll
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Women take the pill because it's much easier to deal with a single egg then millions of sperm.
User avatar #44 to #41 - deathislord
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true, and in your defense, a vesecimy is 100% reversible
User avatar #54 to #44 - mdmazing
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a vesecimy? Don't you mean vasectomy?
User avatar #55 to #54 - deathislord
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that's it. i suck at spelling. thanks.
User avatar #56 to #55 - mdmazing
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If you're not sure about the spelling, type it in google, it will fix it for you.
User avatar #57 to #56 - deathislord
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i should have thought of that, thank you. have two thumbs.
User avatar #58 to #57 - deathislord
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nevermind, i'm not level 40. admin is a queer.
#69 to #58 - breakalego
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Just write in Gallifreyan and post on the Doctor-Who channel
Got me, like, 400 thumbs in three days...
User avatar #62 to #58 - julenisse
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Hope you are soon!
#89 to #57 - deescalation
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I thumbed him up for you. You poor poor nooblet.
I thumbed him up for you. You poor poor nooblet.
User avatar #155 to #89 - deathislord
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umm, thanks.
#105 to #44 - danster
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That word makes me cringe. Not the spelling, but its meaning.
User avatar #113 to #44 - timmywankenobi
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you know it's not reversable right ? it has like a 2 week window with like a 20% chance of success .tube tying however is 100% reversable and a lot less painful.
User avatar #116 to #113 - shinypokemans
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... no, most of the time vasectomies are reversible after years even. You need to login to view this link

Tube tying is about as reversible as a vasectomy, but it's much more invasive and a riskier surgery.
User avatar #119 to #116 - timmywankenobi
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tube tying is very rersable like 95% after 4 years and 100% untill then.
User avatar #117 to #116 - timmywankenobi
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"Having a vasectomy should always be viewed as a permanent measure. However, it can be possible to have a vasectomy reversed in an operation called a vasovastostomy. This operation is more complex than the original vasectomy and takes longer. It often needs to be done under general anaesthetic. The surgeon has to find the 2 ends of the severed vas deferens and cut off the ties and any scar tissue. Then the 2 new ends have to be very carefully sewn together in a skilful operation. Various statistics are given for the proportion of reversals that are successful — success is most often achieved within 5 years of the original vasectomy. "

it has a very low reversal rate it like 20% and that decreases over time.
#59 - feckarseturnips
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#100 to #59 - rabidaardvark
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i remember that story. my parents read it to me all the time.
User avatar #39 - JENNAY
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Scientists in India are almost done working on a shot ( i know I know but think of the long run) that's 99.99% effective and still allows sperm to escape. Reversible with one more shot at your leisure. Lasts years.

Just, you know, gotta finish making sure it keeps being this safe in the long run. So far so good though!


Wired put up a good article about it 2 years ago before the still-going human trials started.
www.wired.com/magazine/2011/04/ff_vasectomy/
#70 to #39 - anon id: 91d5254d
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What they do is inject a polarized gel into the vas deferens that essentially rips apart the sperm as they pass through. The second shot to get rid of it is just a saline flush, I believe. There are no hormones involved, either.
#94 to #39 - abortionclinic
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But with my luck that 0.001% is still enough...
User avatar #130 to #94 - JENNAY
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At least you have connections, based on your username
#73 - MikedelScorcho
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I still see the same amount of risk. To me its more like pointing at someone, and pulling the trigger, hoping that there isnt a round in the chamber since you didnt check inside the breech. you still have no way of knowing for sure
User avatar #76 to #73 - manofparody
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That's why you make them wear a bulletproof vest, while making sure the gun isn't loaded, and putting the gun behind bulletproof glass.

Or you could just not be messing with the gun, but who the **** wants that?
User avatar #99 - dirgeofasimo
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I'm going to be honest. This doesn't make sense to me...
User avatar #106 to #99 - dairybun
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If someone's wearing a bullet proof vest there's a chance they'll be struck somewhere besides the protected area, the metaphor being although the women has taken precautions there's still aa chance she could get pregnant. The status is suggesting that if there was a pill for me that made them fire blanks then that would make a lot more sense as it would be like unloading a gun, and you cant shoot anyone (get anyone pregnant) with a gun that fires blanks.
#109 to #106 - dirgeofasimo
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Thanks for taking the time and replying and not just call me red thumb me.
Thanks for taking the time and replying and not just call me red thumb me.
#112 to #109 - dairybun
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I live by a philosophy of "look out for eachother" just make sure you do the same for someone else if you can

pic semi-related
User avatar #147 - kiaserzerg
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or stick it in her pooper
#133 - byposted
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you pathetic men don't trust us wymyn? what misogyny! Male birth control pills are like rape since it deprives us of later child support payments and half of your assets.
User avatar #67 - thegamerslife
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bullet resistant*
#85 to #67 - trollxmaster
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I love this comment.