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In adulthood, mumps can cause severely swollen glands and testicles as well as aseptic meningitis, which produces such symptoms as fever, headache, stiff neck and vomiting.
More sun makes some amount of sense, but why the testicles specifically?
Among them: the morcilla (a truly bloody blood sausage), chinchulines (small intestine) or criadillas (testicles).
With the invention of anesthesia, operations could move beyond one-minute leg amputations that occasionally lopped off a testicle in haste.
New allegations of inmate abuse and cover-ups at the Placer County Auburn Jail are surfacing with claims by a former inmate that he was beaten and had his testicles groped by an officer who already faces abuse charges involving six other inmates.
What happened: True love conquers everything, including the very obvious physical limitations of Grey Worm being a eunuch whose penis and testicles had been removed.
But what was good for a laugh just a few years ago is apparently now a thing among millennial men seeking testicles that look smoother, sweat less, and hang lower and look larger.
In the Realm of the Senses' In the Realm of the Senses tells the story of Japanese Geisha Sada Abe, who's said to have killed her lover, and then cut off his penis and testicles, and carried them around with her in her kimono.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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