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Snipping or Tying?

Old 28th May 2005, 07:04
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"Get yersel' to the vets - they can do it a lot more cheaply"

You'll also get a free lampshade thrown in to wear around your neck for a week
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Old 28th May 2005, 08:13
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Anyone want to object to sexual equality?

By which I mean both have it done. That way there's no argument.
You can't really play the equality card in this situation because one of the procedures in question is internal surgery requiring a general anaesthetic and the other is a more simple, external procedure done with a local anaesthetic.

Having said that, I have to admit that if I did not want more (or any) children, then I would make sure that I did not have them. That's just a personal choice ... I prefer to take responsibility myself for what happens to me.
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Old 28th May 2005, 08:25
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How does that work then???? Expose your personality?
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Old 28th May 2005, 08:25
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I had the snip in 1994. Seemed logical at the time with two kids one of each.

Then about 6 months later the wife upped and left I had a good couple of years hunting and firing blanks There is a great line which needs to be said at the appropriate moment "It's OK dear I fire blanks and if you don't believe me, here feel my scars"

However that was not the end of the story as I met wife number 2 a few years back and she wanted a sprog so with the help of a doctor with a bloody big needle, a test tube and a lot of cash we produced this one



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Old 28th May 2005, 09:08
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Stick a lolly stick in the safety overide of the microwave door and stand in front of it on full power for 3 mins...that should do the trick!!

Seriously, go for the chop, GA is for wimps, my surgeon used hypnoval on me and I talked to him throughout the whole thing. Not that I remember any of it and was home in 3 hrs.
You also qualify for a real nice tie with some oranges on it.

JAFFA CLUB TIE.....jaffa= seedless....
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Old 28th May 2005, 09:12
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seedless means something else where I grew up
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Old 28th May 2005, 09:16
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Get yersel' to the vets - they can do it a lot more cheaply. Failing that your wife could probably perform the task with a couple of bricks!
whirls that took me back to every dog we had in for castration and the wife asked if we did a special could she throw her hubby in too for the day.

Its an easy op on a dog or easier on a farm aniaml just a large set of babistas - nasty looking instrument that crushes and snips at the same time.

Sorry Ozzy putting you off? Just borrow some kids they are the best contraception you can have. They will always interrup just when you think I have 5 mins to spare

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How about the rubber sheep rings?
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Old 28th May 2005, 09:38
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Nah ... they only work on rubber sheep.
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Old 28th May 2005, 09:42
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Oooh! You can get rubber sheep?

Second thoughts, I'll stick(?) to the real thing. The baaa-ing turns me on.
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Old 28th May 2005, 10:07
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I had the snip a few years ago when we decided that we were exremely lucky with two great children, one of each sex, I beleive they say a pidgeon pair.
It was done in less than a hour on a local anaesthetic, although when I looked down and saw smoke (it was the cauterizing thingy) I was alarmed!! as I suppose most guys would be.
Had to wear tight brief type underpants for a fortnight ....not the usual boxers, and not try to lift very heavy things etc.
She who is loved, cherished etc was very supportive at the time, and the doc did tell me that it can be reversed with microsurgery.

The main reason for my surgery was that I thought, and still do think, that it is a very invasive procedure for a lady, and maybe there is also an effect if she was to start thinking that she was no longer complete in terms of maternal issues. I am now getting myseld tied up in my own words, but I am pretty sure that the girls on this forum will know what I mean.
Come on fellas, it's not that bad, I speak from experience!!

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Old 28th May 2005, 23:29
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sure that the girls on this forum will know what I mean.
...er... actually, no!

True, it can be quite a nasty op for a woman to undertake with all the risks that general anaesthetic entails but, as for the completeness argument, I'm sorry, I don't think that enters into it. The op is NOT an hysterectomy.

You also qualify for a real nice tie with some oranges on it
My ex didn't get a tie. I had heard about these ties and wondered what the design would be. I imagined something not dissimilar to the pawnbroker's symbols with a cross throught it but have since been corrected!!

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Old 29th May 2005, 05:25
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My CD and I discussed this at huge length. In the end she went, simple logic really:

After six kids she was not at all happy at the prospect of having more, even if something should happen to me and several of the sproggets. On the other hand, while I was not really prepared to contemplate another whole life after anything should happen to her and said sprogetts the physical demands ofsuch an event would hardly be too much to bear!

Not sure, but CD did not seem too unhappy that the prospect of my straying should be curtailed, even though it had not even reared its ugly head in 25 years! (Well, you ever know!)
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Old 29th May 2005, 20:57
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TnT, I already have two girlies as kids. And I love them to bits. It's the new ones I am thinking about. I just can't imagine the sight of a human being taking a knife to me bollocks
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Old 29th May 2005, 22:36
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I just can't imagine the sight of a human being taking a knife to me bollocks
Watching is not compulsory. In fact I expect it would be frowned upon as the sight of a knife heading towards your scrotum would more than likely cause said bollocks to retract as far into your abdomen as is possible.

Boy, would that piss the surgeon off.

Seriously, vasectomies are brilliant. One small snip and Bob's your auntie.
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Old 29th May 2005, 22:48
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I thought the tie had a gun with a cross on the barrel and the abbreviation I.O.F.B (I only fire blanks).

Not that I would know...... I'm allegedly still armed and dangerous....but completely harmless as I've forgotten how to.....
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Old 29th May 2005, 23:23
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I just can't imagine the sight of a human being taking a knife to me bollocks
Don't worry Sweetheart, you won't be able to see it!!! Your wife can but you can't

The op itself is painless; just discomfort for a few days. That's all. Don't be wimp; JFDI

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Old 29th May 2005, 23:45
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"painless; just discomfort for a few days."

Er, 'scuse me, Whirls - if you count carrying 'em round in a shopping trolley for a week or two while they go red, huge, purple, blue, green, then yellow like the danglies of a colleague of mine did after his "minor op" as "just discomfort" then, OK......

Put me off sex for life..... Well, a couple of days, maybe
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Old 29th May 2005, 23:51
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Not being funny here Sh1te, but I suspect that I might know a bit more than you.

Modern techniques are such that the procedure is painless and the pain afterwards is no worse than catching yourself on the crossbar of your pushbike! Actually, it might be a bit worse but it's hard to tell when men are such wimps when it comes to pain.

Negative, negative, negative. Now, why don't you just think of the fun you can have providing the samples!

As I say to all you blokes - JDFI. The best gift you can give to your wife - or yourself, depending on your circumstances

Cheers

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Edited to point out (being a Chartered Accountant) that, unless either can be done on the NHS, a vasectomy with Marie Stopes would cost around 250 whereas female sterilization is around 750. So boys, it makes sound business sense to get yourself done.

However, vets can still do it cheaper and they are legally allowed to treat humans!!
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Old 30th May 2005, 02:33
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250 Quid ! what a ripoff.

As suggested earlier, make friends with a sheep farmer and pay him a visit just after lambing time.
That is when they change the ram lambs to wethers.

All over before you realise it has happened.
You will jump around stiff legged for a couple of minutes but in no time you will be grazing....eerr... eating, as if nothing had happened.
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