Wednesday, July 25, 2007

small price to pay?


somehow i doubt this practise of taking a sharp implement to a delicate piece of equipment will be eagerly approached. sure they'll offer a local anesthetic to dull the pain. and they'll probably even tell the ones who have undergone the procedure to take something like advil to make them more comfortable ex post facto. however, the stomach-clenching, visceral, fact remains that the procedure makes the whole organ want to retreat to a safe place, probably close to one's esophagus.

my family is an advocate for circumcision, probably because we are lazy. lol!!! i mean it takes so much work to flip the piece of skin back to check on the cleanliness status. much easier just to get rid of it so keeping oneself clean becomes moot. joking! my family is not lazy. at least, you couldn't tell from the frenetic pace at which we all travel. but according to the patriarch (and it seems, modern medicine), not having that extra bit of skin helps both the owner of the organ and the owner's intimates stay healthy.

personally, i like it for aesthetic reasons. *wink wink nudge nudge*

more seriously, i wonder if the idea will catch on in the countries mentioned as "hotspots?" there anyway to package it as a marque of pride? ...connect it to the marriage market? because otherwise, i see folks (= men) getting on the high, mighty, and morally outraged horse of, "of course i'm clean, and so are my intimates."

imo, the above is one of the most stupid equines to ride; doesn't get anyone anywhere except hanging from a stirrup by one foot, being dragged through the sand by the racing beast.


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