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May 07, 2012

NEVER TAKE IT OUT DURING A THUNDERSTORM

Lightning strikes Spanish man's scrotum

(Thanks to Ralph)

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Let's run it up the flag pole and see if it lights up.

He can feel good about one thing. Lightning never strikes the same place twice. Well, almost never.

Doctors say he got lucky: his heart and brain were not affected by the lightning.

That doesn't comport with my understanding of male anatomy.

JSG, I agree. Also, I'm not sure I would call him lucky.

He fell unconscious.
I'd pass out too.

Any guesses about the kind of super powers he's going to develop?
My guess is he's learned to jump really, really high when he hears a loud noise.

Are they sure it was a direct hit? I always thought lightening struck the most elevated thing in the area.

Is this the same guy who had the light bulb in his anus?

So _that's_ what "ball lightning" is!

Electical erections lasting longer than 4 hours should be seen by an electician.

While warming up between innings, a kid went down. Concerned adults rushed to the field.

Ya never know when you're going to have a cup check.

We had an official time out for two kids who decided not to risk it. When the player who went down came up to bat, the catcher asked the umpire "Does his count start with two balls?"

You have to love 12-year-old humor.

It also helps if you don't have brass balls.

Goodness, Gracious, Great Balls of Fire! (again!)

...he clanged them together
and made stomy weather
and lightning shot out of his ass

All aboard the geezer bus.

I thought Spanish Man's Scrotum was an herbal remedy for the marthambles or something?

They were hanging out of the Spanish Fly.

>>Doctors say he got lucky<<

If that's luck, then Fortuna, pass me by.

Aarrrghh!

Oh, Spanish MAN.

Never mind.

Now if lightening would only strike that Romanian statue!

For some reason this makes me think of The Electric Prunes......

Doctors say he got lucky: his heart and brain were not affected by the lightning.

That doesn't comport with my understanding of male anatomy.
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Also, JSG, I'm betting that those doctors had to be of the female persuasion.

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