12 September 2013

Testicle size 'link to father role'

Another one of the (seemingly) obvious research results, with the same corollary: the scientists have to go out more frequently and get some life.

Researchers at Emory University, US, said those with smaller testicles were more likely to be involved with nappy changing, feeding and bath time.
What next? Confirmation that people with small penises are the most aggressive and vile commenters on the Internet?

Oh well, nothing more to see here, move on, ladies and gentlemen.

Hat tip: M.G.


SnoopyTheGoon said...

Not to worry, with the declining USA birthrate, there will be fewer and fewer opportunities for "nappy changing," whatever that means. Oh, sorry. Why can't they just say diapers and be done with it?

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Not true. Most men change diapers, bathe children and even feed them. Size of one's balls means nothing except when facing down a bully.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Science, Katie, science...