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How to examine your balls

A friend sent me this video via WhatsApp. I love it. Cute, informative, and a very important public service announcement. Nadia Heng, a TV host and Miss Malaysia beauty queen no less, gamely teaches how to examine testicles. 575 more words


STONES (kidney), renal calculus

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STONES (kidney), renal calculus, urolithiasis

A kidney stone, also known, as a renal calculus or urolithiasis is a solid concretion or crystal aggregation formed in kidneys through dietary minerals in urine or when the normal balance of water, salts, minerals, and other substances found in urine changes. 819 more words


Testicles, oil and a pie

Missing testicles on No Such Thing As A Fish. Giggling all over the train.
Face oil.

Fish pie.

That's Nuts!

Polynesian Islanders of the South Pacific have a very special navigation tool – their testicles. When sailing a boat, they dip the scrotum below the surface of water to sense the motion of the ocean and navigate to desired location. Who needs a compass?



Peanuts, Walnuts. Almonds. They taste wonderful with wine. But, okay, what I really wanted was to ruminate on the meaning of the word nuts, and why it has several meanings. 343 more words


Square balls.

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{Please excuse any grammatical errors – I didn’t write this}

An elderly woman walked into the Royal Bank of Canada one morning with a purse full of money. 482 more words


4 Things Ladies Should Know About Blue Balls - The Frisky

“I don’t have balls, but this sounds extremely dangerous.”

Ha! Ha! This article is both short, sweet serious, funny, and insightful all at the same time!

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