Guy puts thing in penis hole

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Male readers of the internet crossed their legs and let out a unified grimace of pain when a story made the rounds about a year-old Australian man who got a fork lodged in his dong. While plenty of people who read the report or even worse, saw the pictures had no idea why a person would try to shove anything—especially a rouge piece of cutlery—up his pee slit, those of us who frequent the kinkier side of life know this is a fairly common practice known as "sounding. If you really want an education, search for the term on XTube NSFW, idiot , and revel in a variety of videos featuring guys putting all sorts of junk into their junk. Yeah, it's not really my bag, either. But not everyone is going around putting forks or pencils or other household items up there all willy nilly.

If You Stick Things in Your Pee Hole, Awful Things Will Happen

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Men of the world, here's a piece of advice: There are many ways to bring happiness to your Johnson, but sticking a fork into it isn't one of them. Just ask this year-old Australian man who was rushed to the hospital after he attempted that very feat:. According to a report published in the International Journal of Surgery Cases earlier this month, the Canberra man was admitted to the hospital with "bleeding urethral meatus" after he stuffed a 4-inch fork into his urethra in an attempt to "achieve sexual gratification. Fortunately, the report says the fork was successfully removed using forceps and "copious lubrication. According to the report's authors, this isn't the first time that a man has attempted to insert a foreign object into his nether regions. Pens, safety pins, telephone cables, glue, cocaine, straws, marbles, light bulbs, carrots and snakes, among other strange things, have allegedly been found stuck in penises in the past.

Fork In Penis Removed After 70-Year-Old Man Stuffs 4-Inch Utensil Into His Urethra (PHOTO)

We all have our kinks. Some are relatively mild say, foot fetishes whereas some are more extreme say, blood play. Sounding—specifically, urethral sounding—definitely falls on the more extreme end of the spectrum. Urethral sounding involves inserting a sound—a long, thin rod, typically made of surgical steel—into your urethral opening. Yes, we're talking about the pee hole.
To determine whether men who perform recreational sounding are at increased risk of engaging in unsafe sexual behaviours, developing sexually transmitted infections STIs and lower urinary tract symptoms LUTS. We compared ethnodemographic and health-related variables between the sounding and non-sounding populations. There were respondents with complete data,