Sports Columnist’s 902-Word Essay On The Joy Of Seeing Guys Get Hit In The Balls
Guardian sports columnist Harry Pearson is quite the cad when it comes to ‘nads. I mean, look at the headline and lede of Pearson’s 902-word opus on the whimsical nature and the joy elicited by witnessing a nut shot:
Joy of a blow below the belt (someone else’s): There is nothing more guaranteed to elicit laughter from a man than seeing another man get banged in the testicles
Pearson’s central premise for why he has such a passion for crotch shot comedy: (via the Guardian):
Yes, there is nothing more guaranteed to elicit laughter from a man than seeing another man banged in the nuts. It doesn’t matter who the recipient is, or the force of the blow.
I don’t know, isn’t Pearson’s attitude some kind of violation of the man code? Should a guy really enjoy nut shots to such a degree? Where’s his compassion? His empathy for the suffering of a fellow member of his gender? A sympathetic squirm when witnessing another man’s suffering? On the other hand, while Barney’s movie had heart, “Football in the Groin” did in fact have a football in the groin. So there’s that too consider, too.
After thinking about it, I don’t know which way to go on this one. Sorry to leave you all dangling here, but I’m going to have to hit the sack and sleep on this one.
Joy of a blow below the belt (someone else’s) [Guardian]