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February 23, 2011

WHY WE LOVE GUYS

Guys are caregivers.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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After a time McBride, of Newshot Court, noticed that the child’s private member was red and swollen, so he bizarrely attempted to fix it by using a loyalty card that he snapped to arrest the swelling.

At first he tried to compress the boy’s private area, but when that didn't work he used the card parts to saw at the genitals to get to the swelling, the court heard.

I mean...what else can you say but WTFBBQ, dude?

Compressed Privates WBAGNFA Adam Sandler movie.

The guy with autism and the child with all that trauma. It's just sad all the way around.

But I would go see the movie Compressed Privates.

Gooooooooooooooooooo-oooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!

Prosecutor Iain Bradley emphasised that there was no sexual aspect to the case.

Sure...tell it to the kid, then to the judge.

If someone who wasn't my parent even touched me there, something is wrong. Even with my parents,
even if I was a toddler, I'd be (at least) nervous.

Poor kid may be (pysch) scarred for life!

And it wasn't a football, it was a soccer ball!

Why do the British keep insisting on calling soccer football?

He should have used RICE! Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation. This has been your medical tip of the day. I'm not a guy and that story made me hurt.

That story that you can fix swollen genitals with a loyalty card is a phallusy..

Ok, what I want to know is, WHY WERE THE CHILD'S PRIVATES EXPOSED? Wasn't the kid in a diaper or something?

The guy was just trying to splint "it".

That's his story and he's sticky, um, stickin' to it.

WHICH loyalty card? If it was from a pharmacy, it was an attempt to use sympathetic magic -- completely logical, if ineffective.

Harris Peeter card.

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