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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    That is SO SO SO gross Angela!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Nah just kidding. Well, YKWIM. It is gross of course, but not enough to freak me out.
    I'm more inclined to ask where you picked him up from?

    Oh dear, i have to remove myself from this thread, I can see it's gonna go very awol.

    From uni! We'd dated for about 3 months. It made me throw up from just the sight/smell of it.

    I think it went AWOL a while back

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    I have been laughing so much at that my stomach hurts.

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    The problem with the awol thing is, circumcision and docking/cropping are along the same lines IMHO. Un-necessary and a thing of the past in most circumstances.

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    But what I want to know is.....ummm...nup





    oh okay





    what was HIS reaction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    what was HIS reaction?
    Shall we say the sight of me vomiting at the sight of 'it' deflated the mood??














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    Yep, I'm severely grossed out. Shoulda given him a nylabone.

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    Oh my, there are so many things I COULD say, but I have to remember there are young 'uns that read this forum.

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    And I'd agree to it if it were performed for valid medical reasons under anaesthetic. Unfortunately a lot of infants are not given any anaesthetic during the procedure. Some say that there ARE medical reasons to have it done, such as decreased risk of penile cancer (which is something like 1 in 1000 in uncut males anyway), decreased risk of STD contraction (I fail to see how this works? >.> Can't find any studies on it), and my favourite, decreased risk from infections caused by poor hygiene -.- There are others, I just cannot remember them.

    This is, of course, all my opinion lol.

    I asked my parents earlier why they had my brother done, and they said "Because it looks better". THAT, I think, is wrong.

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    aww Girls.. wtf are you girls on???.. wacky weed or something

    i've sitting here lmfao at you nutters, thankies for the good laughs though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by silvershadowwolf24 View Post
    And I'd agree to it if it were performed for valid medical reasons under anaesthetic. Unfortunately a lot of infants are not given any anaesthetic during the procedure. Some say that there ARE medical reasons to have it done, such as decreased risk of penile cancer (which is something like 1 in 1000 in uncut males anyway), decreased risk of STD contraction (I fail to see how this works? >.> Can't find any studies on it), and my favourite, decreased risk from infections caused by poor hygiene -.- There are others, I just cannot remember them.

    This is, of course, all my opinion lol.

    I asked my parents earlier why they had my brother done, and they said "Because it looks better". THAT, I think, is wrong.


    Doesn't matter whether it's humans or canines, the way society is led depicts so much on how we see things. I'm glad you think differently to your parents SSW, if I may say so.

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