The euphemisms news reporters use when a sports figure injures his penis and testicles


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#2

I passed this awesome piece on to my friend “Dick Hurtz”.


#3

I sent one down to the Antarctic research base to my absent-minded friend Ignatius Calvin (of the Vienna Wiener family) - he forgot to pack his underwear, of course.


#4

Sad to see the Nads getting so little media coverage…


#5

I thought The Nads were blue?


#6

I want a complete breakdown on the 41 “other phrases”. In the meantime…


#7

The real story here is the distinct difference between “new media” and “trad media.”


#8

What the “L”? :wink:


#9

Nobody has better euphemisms than the ghost of Billy Idol.


#10

When it comes to ones tallywacker, I enjoy the use of euphemisms. When I am at the doctor I prefer to hear the words testicle, urethra, and vas deferens. When I read about someone’s painful but ultimately survivable crotchtal injury, I don’t mind seeing words like anaconda, big lebowski, or dangly bits.


#11

Well the rug does tie the room together.


#12

I prefer Spanish slang … which includes, at least in 1980’s Yucatan, “huevos”.


#13

Hey, I sent a copy to Rodney H. Johnson, but he’d already seen it.

The H stands for Hammer …


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“Giving him the business.”



#18

Let’s have a little wedding tackle dignity and decorum around here folks, and let us dangley bits not turn this discussion into a forum for euphemisms frank and beans for the male genitalia.


#19

These statistics are junk


#20

What about ‘gentlemen’s area’, as favoured by the likes of James May?