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Man needed surgery after sex with hedgehog

Ananove - A Serbian man needed emergency surgery after he had sex with a hedgehog on a witchdoctors advice.

Zoran Nikolovic, 35, from Belgrade, says the witchdoctor told him it would cure his premature ejaculation.

But he ended up in an operating theater after the hedgehog's needles left his penis severely lacerated.

A hospital spokesman said: The animal was apparently unhurt and the patient came off much worse from the encounter. We have managed to repair the damage to his penis.


What would I say ? I mean other than LOL ?



[tags] weird, odd, funny, news [/tags]

Comments

  1. Well.. the witchdoctor was right, and he treated his premature ejaculation .. permanently :)
    Premature ejaculation is not a problem for men, it's a problem for women, The article failed to say, "he did all of this to satisfy his significant other!"

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  2. Well,
    According to Wikipedia - Premature Ejaculation it's problem for men, unfortunately .


    Premature ejaculation (PE), also known as rapid ejaculation, early ejaculation, or by the Latin term ejaculatio praecox, is the most common sexual problem in men affecting 20%-30% of men.

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  3. Nope, they're wrong!
    Do you even give a damn how fast it happens?

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  4. LOOOOOOL
    Well, Yes I do. At least because I will only sleep with a partner not a hooker, so I guess I have to do it properly not just make it fast and leave her struggling with complex and confused emotions and indeed frustrated.

    Anyway, technically speaking it's for men :p
    BBC - relationship - Sex and health

    Premature ejaculation

    Between 30 and 40 per cent of men are believed to suffer from the frustrating condition called premature or rapid ejaculation. The good news is that it can be successfully treated. Psychosexual therapist Paula Hall explains how.


    Anyway, even if I'd adapt your thought in this case I'd be satisfied when it last longer

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  5. Man, Women made you think of it this way, it's not male premature ejaculation, it's women DELAYED orgasm ... they should get treated for that ;-)
    heheheheheh
    Man this is such a weird topic! And Mr JAD is always full of cliches (ya nassab) I guess I'm hallucinating due to low blood sugar or low caffeine or low Nicotine .. or something!
    I'm sure I'll regret it after Iftar

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  6. I heard this on the radio this week.

    Unbelievable man.

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  7. LOOOOOOOL

    ta7sheesh

    next time,
    a Skunk!

    omar

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  8. I don't know why you are laughing guys? In Aqaba we make love with the Sea Urchin as medication; and this doesn't require withdoctor approval :D
    Wahahahaha
    You know what I really want? I want to hear that guy shouting while doing it LoL

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  9. HOW HORNY do you have to be to shag a qonfod, and make up a story like this one. :S

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