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#388 - lifeisahighway (04/06/2012) [-]
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#353 - Dubya (04/06/2012) [-]
MFW people think this is serious
#279 - claymoar (04/06/2012) [-]
There's no such thing as a unit of measurement for pain...   
   
Everyone had different pain tolerance levels, so even if a unit of measurement for pain existed, it would be useless.
There's no such thing as a unit of measurement for pain...

Everyone had different pain tolerance levels, so even if a unit of measurement for pain existed, it would be useless.
#293 to #279 - anon (04/06/2012) [-]
There could be a unit for pain and then quantify pain tolerance as well...
User avatar #295 to #293 - lolwatthe ONLINE (04/06/2012) [-]
*forgot to log in* also you could plot it multiple charts for different levels of tolerance after quantifying pain tolerance.
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User avatar #3 - aldheim (04/05/2012) [-]
You realise that's a made up measurement, right?
It was only ever used as the extension of the joking about "But you never see a guy get kicked in the nuts and saying he wants to do again a year later."

Who's stupid enough to believe that's true?
#325 - auesis (04/06/2012) [-]
I've snapped my arm pretty badly and been kicked in the balls a few times. Believe me, a broken bone is a LOT worse than a hit to the balls. More immediate pain, but it wears off in a short space of time. If you can't get your snapped bone tended to for a while (waiting in the doctor's etc.), then you'll be in absolute agony for much, much longer.
#309 - meanmamajama (04/06/2012) [-]
Thumb me down if you must! I just had to!
#275 - usernameistaken (04/06/2012) [-]
Eh, there doesn't currently exist any scale of which to meassure pain..   
   
People need to stop with these 			********		 pictures and do some research first.
Eh, there doesn't currently exist any scale of which to meassure pain..

People need to stop with these ******** pictures and do some research first.
User avatar #310 to #275 - lempersy (04/06/2012) [-]
A unit for pain does exist. Its called Del and measured by MRI scan.
#218 - mtandy (04/05/2012) [-]
Just two random facts (or at lest I think they are) that I recall.
1) Men have a higher pain threshold (on average) than women, apart from 1 time, childbirth.
2) If the hormones in a woman's body during childbirth were to be transferred to a man's, he would die.
No good image, so here are some waffles.
#239 to #218 - anon (04/06/2012) [-]
I'm fairly certain that hormones would not kill someone. If they were present in that amount, they'd probably kill a non-pregnant woman as well.
User avatar #173 - conordalymcr (04/05/2012) [-]
Pain has no unit of measurement.
User avatar #206 to #199 - conordalymcr (04/05/2012) [-]
Well shove a pencil up my ass and call me sally.
#209 to #199 - anon (04/05/2012) [-]
wikipedia as a source? yea anybody can type in anything on that site. Never trust it.
#95 - DJKitty (04/05/2012) [-]
Oh, you know so much about pain?


Tell me more about how pain can be measured.
#461 - marionettis (04/06/2012) [-]
MFW people in comments believe OP can measure pain.
MFW people in comments believe OP can measure pain.
User avatar #512 to #461 - onkii (04/06/2012) [-]
that picture makes me laugh every time
#519 to #518 - onkii (04/06/2012) [-]
here's a funny gif for you
here's a funny gif for you
#389 - akimbobears (04/06/2012) [-]
I am a guy and even I don't believe this.
#227 - yologdog (04/06/2012) [-]
I knelt down on legos for three hours. Then accedently stepped on one.

You don't know pain until you've done this...
User avatar #204 - sauceome (04/05/2012) [-]
getting kicked in the balls hurts the same as any other part of the body, but its the aftermath that kills us
#212 to #204 - anon (04/05/2012) [-]
And the stretching of a women's vagina as well as their pelvic bone. Sometimes if the vagina is split too wide the woman would need stitches but all situations are different.
#267 to #212 - anon (04/06/2012) [-]
they slice it open before it can split
User avatar #162 - Hyoukin (04/05/2012) [-]
Pain is a subjective experience. Not everyone experiences they same amount of pain in every situation. Ever had to tell a doctor how bad your pain is on a scale from 1-10? They have to do that in an attempt to level the playing field and understand how bad your pain is according to you...

TL;DR: You have to be a ******* retard to think there's a "pain unit" scale of measurement.
#174 to #162 - anon (04/05/2012) [-]
there is a scale to measure pain, in fact theres a ton of them

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pain isnt subjective, there are just so many small variables its hard to measure, but its still possible
#201 to #162 - anon (04/05/2012) [-]
Go light yourself on fire and shut the **** up. Might not hurt after all, being as subjective as it is.

They have that scale and ask people because people are ******* retarded. The terms used vary from people to people, not the subjectivity of pain. Some stupid bitch might say when she fell it hurt like a 7, while a 7 for me is closer to, "Shut the **** up and give me some morphine pronto." It doesn't mean that she's as in as much pain as I am because we both said 7.
#115 - ninjatunarocks (04/05/2012) [-]
You can't 			*******		 measure pain, stop being retarded. And this again? For 			****		 sake, this isn't even funny.
You can't ******* measure pain, stop being retarded. And this again? For **** sake, this isn't even funny.
User avatar #121 to #115 - angreif (04/05/2012) [-]
The dol (from the Latin word for pain, dolor) is a unit of measurement for pain.
James D. Hardy, Herbert G. Wolff, and Helen Goodell of Cornell University proposed the unit based on their studies of pain during the 1940s-1950s. They defined one dol to equal to "just noticeable differences" (jnd's) in pain. The unit never came into widespread use and other methods are now used to assess the level of pain experienced by patients.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unusual_units_of_measurement#Pain
User avatar #129 to #121 - chaosacaza **User deleted account** (04/05/2012) [-]
Widely discredited and not used anymore.
User avatar #130 to #129 - angreif (04/05/2012) [-]
the point however, is that it exists, and is measurable
User avatar #133 to #130 - chaosacaza **User deleted account** (04/05/2012) [-]
An unusual unit of measurement (dol) is a unit of measurement that does not form part of a coherent system of measurement; especially in that its exact quantity may not be well known or that it may be an inconvenient multiple or fraction of base units in such systems. Unusual units of measure are sometimes used by scientists, especially physicists and mathematicians, and other technicians, engineers and computer programmers, either humorously or for real convenience when dealing with objects in the real world whose quantities in more conventional units may be awkward to use. Its not a measurement for pain if you want to be technical it was an assumption of pain level using the dolorimeter which is an instrument used to measure pain threshold and pain tolerance.
User avatar #137 to #133 - angreif (04/05/2012) [-]
i still love you
User avatar #296 - fuzzyyeti **User deleted account** (04/06/2012) [-]
Most women ask for another baby. You never see a guy asking for another kick in the balls.



#344 to #296 - anon (04/06/2012) [-]
That's because their brain releases a ******* of oxytocin after giving birth. It helps with bonding and actually helps them forget some of the pains of labor. Otherwise no one in their right mind would have sex again after that.
User avatar #312 to #296 - floydrose (04/06/2012) [-]
well that's because a child is worth it.
We don't gain anything from getting our nuts flogged.lolol
#183 - yoyoyoko (04/05/2012) [-]
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#127 - obnoxygen (04/05/2012) [-]
Getting kicked in the balls hurts like **** .
Giving birth hurts like **** .
They both put humans in severe pain.
SHUT THE **** UP.
User avatar #101 - ericforeman (04/05/2012) [-]
This is so retarded.... There is no standard unit for pain
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