Sunday, July 03, 2005

want your foreskin back?

currently, this blog seems concerned with all things male. from hardness to blackness, to how men can leave home and grow up

while you are waiting for the next installment of mummy's boys, here is a gem for you

for those of you who have no foreskin and would like it returned to you, check out
foreskin restoration at

please note, this is to grow it back, not buy one at a shop or hunt down your original one


Cape Man said...

Not required, but it sounds painful.
Maybe those Americans can sue their parents?

MelbourneGirl said...

which americans?

and yes it does sound painful. who needs a foreskin??

MelbourneGirl said...

ps i love the way no one else has touched this post. you are my hero cape man, not only do you touch it, but you validate my crappy blogging

love youxx

Cape Man said...

The Americans were mentioned in the link.
"by a movement of circumcised men, mostly from the United States, who were upset at having been mutilated against their will."

See, I even check out the content.

MelbourneGirl said...

you are good cape man. i didn't even read it properly myself. you know how it is for journalists in the firing line... just gotta file that story. but i'm glad you are at least bumping up my "foreskin retrieval" comments tally.


russ said...

Do you prefer circmcised men?

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