From the wire
story on the four maroons who were injured at the running of the bulls in Pamplona comes this hair-raising quote:
The 22-year-old Briton, from Oxford, identified by the initials J.M.D., was gored in the scrotum, in the bullring, in what the government spokesman said was a "slight injury.
Folks, I’m here to tell you that the phrases “gored in the scrotum” and “slight injury” don’t belong in the same sentence, paragraph, or even language.
“Gored in the scrotum” isn’t the least bit amusing… unless we’re talking politics.
Heh-heh. He said “scrotum”. Heh-heh.
“We better get him to a specialist!”
“How about the Ear, Nose & Scroat!”
The running of the bulls.
The bulls refer to it as the scattering of the morons.
Dare we hope that’s one less moron who’ll reproduce his kind?
We hope so, but we all know better.
That bull was on the ball.
I mean, Quack!
This reminds me of one of Dennis Miller’s finer moments during his stint as a commentator on “Monday Night Football,” when he remarked, “I’m not sure there’s such a thing as
minor groin surgery. Anyone has a sharp instrument around my genitalia, I’m thinking it’s major.”
Be a while before he’s horny again, no doubt.
Yeah, prove your manhood by losing it.
But however, I can see how you can distinguish a “slight” goring in the scrotum. I’m guessing it means that it’s still mostly attached to you.
I heard that ex-Chicago Bull Dennis Rodman was there on the first day.
Being gored in the scrotum would be bad enough, but in the bullring? Now that’s gotta hurt!
For some reason I associate the name “Tipper” with the phrase “Gored in the scrotum”.
No, you mean
Quack! Quack! Quack! Quack!
Poor guy, he can’t even show off his scar at the local pub.
I’m afraid that would depend on what kind of bar you’re in. :rolleyes:
The real question is, is this guy going to have a little extra room in his jockey shorts from now on? :eek: