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User avatar #348 - fluffymcnutter (04/06/2012) [-]
from someone who's had countless nut shots from various ways, this is complete 100% ********

regardless of how painful it is, the pain subsides quickly. Now if you break 3200 bones, you're gonna need some ******* morphine asap. And as for child birth, you need to consider the months before the actual birth filled with nausea, weight gain, and not being able to sleep on your stomach. Yeah, I'll rather have the nut shots
#197 - Dubya (04/05/2012) [-]
MFW people in the comments either believe this, or think it's serious (depending on whether OP meant it as a joke or was actually retarded)
#186 - Helle ONLINE (04/05/2012) [-]
please put some kind of proof... Stop come with this kinda **** without any kind of facts.
#448 - kikichu (04/06/2012) [-]
Even if so, child birth lasts hours to days.   
its not like women all of a sudden feel the little booger kick and BOOM a baby jumps out her vagina.    
   
also... since when do we have 3200 bones...?
Even if so, child birth lasts hours to days.
its not like women all of a sudden feel the little booger kick and BOOM a baby jumps out her vagina.

also... since when do we have 3200 bones...?
User avatar #466 to #448 - junkboy (04/06/2012) [-]
OH WOW, SO SORRY I CAN'T OPT OUT THE PAIN WITH AN ANESTHETIC EVERY TIME I GET HIT IN THE BALLS.
#468 to #448 - anon (04/06/2012) [-]
He/she never implied we had 3200 bones.. the pain is similar to breaking 3200 bones..
#404 - thefunniestjunk (04/06/2012) [-]
It's over 9000!!!!!!!!!!!
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#262 - bladebites (04/06/2012) [-]
It hurts like burns from the fire of Hell itself, but c'mon, man.    
That whole top paragraph is so obviously 			***********		 it isn't even remotely funny. T-T   
It screams "TYPING RANDOM LARGE NUMBERS TO MAKE IT SEEM PAINFUL HERPADERP!"
It hurts like burns from the fire of Hell itself, but c'mon, man.
That whole top paragraph is so obviously *********** it isn't even remotely funny. T-T
It screams "TYPING RANDOM LARGE NUMBERS TO MAKE IT SEEM PAINFUL HERPADERP!"
User avatar #259 - srapture (04/06/2012) [-]
Anyone else thinking that the entire idea of a pain measurement is ********** ? Surely it can only be qualitatively measured, e.g. "stepping on lego hurts more than being stabbed through the chest".
#241 - Krathalos (04/06/2012) [-]
Hasn't it already been proven that there is no digit for measuring pain?
User avatar #246 to #241 - lilnuggetbob (04/06/2012) [-]
there is.
#248 to #246 - Krathalos (04/06/2012) [-]
After reading the comments, I've read people saying there is and people saying there isn't. I'm unsure which to believe, and I don't care enough to research it.
#260 to #249 - anon (04/06/2012) [-]
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#255 to #249 - Krathalos (04/06/2012) [-]
A measurement isn't even mentioned on wikipedia
User avatar #313 to #255 - lempersy (04/06/2012) [-]
yea. Cause wikipedia has all the answers. am I right?
#458 to #313 - Krathalos (04/06/2012) [-]
I'm not the one who linked it
User avatar #256 to #255 - lilnuggetbob (04/06/2012) [-]
i assumed it would hhmmm i know there is one, but i dont think the one in the comic is the correct name
User avatar #264 to #241 - Umbranaught (04/06/2012) [-]
There is, but it is rarely used. OP spelled it wrong. It's a Dolor or Dol for short (latin for pain).
There are two scales I know of; The Schmidt Sting Pain Index and the Starr Sting Pain Scale.
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#69 - Megamaxmax (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."
User avatar #27 - abovelawl (04/05/2012) [-]
pain is different for everyone so this is ******** , and I broke my arm and it hurt way more than getting hit in the balls
User avatar #26 - ilikeepicninjas (04/05/2012) [-]
You can never compare the measurement of these pains until we find someone who can experience both. You can't use two different people as people have different pain thresholds. Wwhat puts one person to tears could feel like next to nothing to someone else.
User avatar #21 - BerryLicious ONLINE (04/05/2012) [-]
Utter ******** .
#408 - augustusxxiv (04/06/2012) [-]
The way I see it, women decide to give birth, sometimes multiple times. You don't see a guy going "Gee, that ball kick really hurt, but I think you need another one, just to render me completely infertile."
The way I see it, women decide to give birth, sometimes multiple times. You don't see a guy going "Gee, that ball kick really hurt, but I think you need another one, just to render me completely infertile."
User avatar #355 - akkere (04/06/2012) [-]
"There is no measure of pain, faggot"
Wrong.
The "Del" unit is an actual unit of pain that's used in MRI Scans, supposedly developed by British scientists using magnetic resonance imaging, and other basis' such as increased blood flow (another thing caused by intensive pain)
http : //www . upi . com/Science_News/2009/06/07/Pain-levels-measured-in-brain-using-MRI/UPI-5572/
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...At least that's what google told me. Probably gonna have a medical expert prove me wrong in the next five minutes.
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User avatar #368 to #361 - akkere (04/06/2012) [-]
That's probably another factor that has to be accounted for in doing the pain measurement.

Then again you have to figure out how pain tolerance works, whether it's the signals will still go through and be picked up in the MRI, and the sensory just doesn't react, or the sensory decides how the signals appear.
User avatar #366 to #355 - Dubya (04/06/2012) [-]
I hate i'm just chilling in an MRI machine and someone kicks me in the balls. Ruins my day.
User avatar #371 to #366 - captainrattrap (04/06/2012) [-]
Or when I tunr into a girl and a child pops out of my vagina, but then an MRI???
User avatar #286 - Eddythebandkid (04/06/2012) [-]
Isn't the ladies having for some ... uh, what'stheword? ... chemicals? or something released in their brain section? for less pain feelings, during the squeezing out those little people?

when get kicked in the balls is usually doesn't see it coming. so not can have such hormones or things that increase the pain toleration.


knowwhatiamsaying?
User avatar #329 to #286 - msmousekat (04/06/2012) [-]
The actual birth of the baby isn't the painful part, it's the dilating. The birth hurts, just not as much.
And the painkillers typically don't do enough, and still end up being one of the most painful things some women will feel.
User avatar #299 to #286 - lolfire (04/06/2012) [-]
>Yes a woman's brain releases endorphin's during pregnancy which does help to dull pain, and usually they're receiving pain medication if they're in a hospital.

Men don't get any of that when we get kicked in the balls, but we do get a massive release of adrenaline which blocks the pain in the same way in how a soldier can get a leg blown off and crawl to the nearest shelter. The pain is massively intense and in fact it's a safety mechanism coded in your brain to protect your ability to produce offspring.
#73 - eruptinganus (04/05/2012) [-]
I've felt a the full brunt of a kick to the nutsack and i've broken my arm before and it hurt more when I broke my arm, so how the **** does a kick to the nuts hurt more than breaking 3200 bones.
User avatar #10 - pokemasterbaker (04/05/2012) [-]
How long does the pain last when you are kicked in the balls VS labor?
User avatar #22 to #10 - angelassassin (04/05/2012) [-]
Yes but at least girls get things to reduce the pain i just say they hurt equally because you
don't have to have kids where my friend could just come up and kick me in the balls
User avatar #81 to #10 - kellbells (04/05/2012) [-]
average labor is 12 hours
#566 - anon (04/11/2012) [-]
did you know the actually measurement unit is a Dol?
also, the max pain a human can take is 45 Dol and Childbirth is 57 (equivelent to fracturing 20 bones at once).
Nice try dude
User avatar #567 to #566 - sublimedafuq (04/12/2012) [-]
The max pain a human can take is 45 but child birth is 57? Genius.
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