Reminds me of the comic who opened his act by saying, "I got me two six-year-old boys." And then added, with a sly grin, "And they ain't twins . . ."
Young men who contract sexually transmitted diseases often view their afflictions as an affirmation of their manhood, a new Swedish study shows.With other male friends slapping on the shoulders and offering encouraging comments about “success with the ladies”, young men who contract diseases such as chlamydia or genital warts can come to view their infection as a badge of honour, rather than a serious health problem.
Hell in a handbasket, people . . .