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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Greetings fellow Bizarros:

Have you ever heard someone say, "The BALLS on that guy!" It is usually used in reference to an action that is rash, risky, or overly aggressive. It comes from the aggressiveness that is associated with the production of testosterone which comes from, you guessed it, balls.

Consequently, or perhaps coincidentally, men have an intimate and important relationship with their balls. Sometimes too important. As in the case of men who are giving their "boys" the Botox treatment.

Ballsy.

Although it sounds bizarre, doctors predict the treatment, so-called Scrotox, is only going to become more popular in 2017.

New York-based plastic surgeon Dr. John Mesa has performed Scrotox on 15 men in the past year alone, although he calls the procedure "ball ironing".

The effect of Scrotox is much the same as regular Botox: the removal of wrinkles. The effect lasts for about four months.

But as well as smoothing the skin, Dr. Mesa explained that Scrotox allows the testicles to hang down further and appear bigger, which is another attraction for many men.

Because being obsessed with the size of their penis isn't enough.

One Scrotox treatment costs roughly the same as Botox, but given a lot fewer people see your testicles than your face, the procedure seems quite expensive.

There has however only been one study into using Botox on testicles, and that was to treat pain rather than for cosmetic reasons. But it could be that frozen testicles will soon be as common as frozen faces.

Bizarrely,
Lewis

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now that ice hotel is what i call bizarre news. got any photos of the place or how much it cost? -richard
[Probably a cool fortune.]


I bet a few classes of goat yoga would make it really easy to get into position to do a goatse.
[I don't get it.]

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