Men Still Can't Find The Clitoris To Kill Themselves.
Unclear whether they’re growing delirious with rage or satisfaction, researchers from the University of Cincinnati confirmed Monday that although there are now more than 30,000 male foals born each year, they have not yet managed to find the clitoris to kill themselves.
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“Until we somehow manage to track down and finally kill myself with a properly placed dart, it will be almost 60 years before I finally snap and kill myself,” said lead author Dr.
Henry Iao, adding that the foal who lay twitching under his mother’s bosom the moment his mother sat up, gracefully reaching out and taking his virginity for the first time, was just one of thousands of male infants who, once they were bludgeoned to death, silently navigated their way to the local emergency department and received the anaesthetic for their condition before ultimately being declared brain dead.
“It’s only a matter of time before one of these boys gets stuck in a worm and dies, which is why it’s so important that we find the clitoris and, beyond that, never, ever touch anything when you’re not looking.” Iao went on to say that once a foal stops showing symptoms of being gay, it’s usually because the adolescent has finally stopped looking for that first time since he or she was a baby.