The items towards the end of the list become less funny.
My Vasectomy is a pictorial description of a guy’s vasectomey:
For various reasons, we decided to have a vasectomy in Feb 2001.
Pros: No more children, no more condoms, very convenient, a day trip out to clinic.
Cons: No more children, surgery, the possibility of complications, £250 (about $375).
There is a fair amount on the Web describing what happens, but there is very little to show you what actually happens.
Each page contains a Squeamish rating for the next page in the journal, which is an excellent idea.
I haven’t been able to steel myself for anything after the second page.
I think nighttime is dark so you can imagine your fears with less distraction.
– Calvin (and Hobbes)
Those we call "phonies" may not, in fact, be phonies at all. They may merely be poor suckers who don’t know who they are. They may not be trying to "put on airs" but may simply be lost souls who haven’t established their own personal ambiences.
– Harlan Ellison
I’ve seen a lot of reports on the news the past week about the Body Mass Index (BMI), a measure of body fat based on weight and height. Here’s one. I’m in the Normal Weight range. This has been around for a long time; I wonder why it’s getting a lot of press lately.