Sounds like the NCAA is suffering from a severe case of Dickhole Madness.
I tried to buy tickets to a NCAA game, and accidentally booked a vasectomy instead!
I started to suspect something wasn’t on the up and up when the usher escorted me – not to my court-side seats – but to a doctor’s office, and instructed me to drop my pants.
By the time the doctor inserted the forceps into my scrotum, I finally had to ask “Say, ref, what time is the tip off again?”, and he said “We don’t do that here, but I can write you a referral”
Anyway, long story short I’m icing my scrotum every 30 minutes and I never did get to see the game
Surely anyone can see that there’s a vas deferens between these two names.
“That’s not how vasectomies work, sir.”
“…two basketballs as the “O”s in hoops…”
I see what you did there.
Also, I had my sterilization surgery during March Madness. Recommend.
You recommend the vasectomy? Or you recommend March Madness? Or you recommend a vasectomy during March Madness?
OK, just gonna say the NCAA is probably worried the urologists will mess with their balls.
Take the “like” and go away.
Oh, come on!
Not sure if you meant it this way, but this is actually a thing. I know quite a few men who did theirs during Final Four, so they could sit on a pillow of frozen peas on the couch during the games.
A urologist told me this is their busiest time of the year, it’s like tax season for accountants.
Yes, I’m sure this really hurts the NCAA’s profit margin.
I think the NCAA may have inadvertently tipped their hand on the next sport they’re adding in a bid to draw in more athletes from med schools.
I hear that, if it isn’t done properly, you can end up dribbling all over the court.
This is fine, but their Hysterectomy Hysteria event really is over the line.
Does anyone else think that “Vasectomy Mayhem” isn’t really selling it?