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Let's Hear It for Our Balls!

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | December 9, 2009 | Comments ()

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | December 9, 2009 |


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Resident Pajiban and weekend comment diversion writer Bucdaddy / Tater Barley Banks / Whatever It Is He's Calling Himself Today Comma reported over the weekend that it appeared as though the cancer might have gotten to him, testicular wise. Unfortunately, it has been confirmed (though thankfully isolated, it appears).

Today, Bucdaddy loses a ball, though I suspect he's got enough manhood left in one testicle to support three sets of junk.

All the same: Nobody wants to lose a tea bag, so in addition to sending out good vibes, and in the hopes of keeping his spirits high post-surgery, let us all come up with our favorite ball-related movie or personality. There's no real criteria here -- just a little time killer to pay our respects to Bucdaddy's departing testicle.

(A Moment of Silence, please)

As for me: I'm going with Willie-Jan van Ballegooi, star of Bum Fu: A Joint Venture and MaffiBAAAH!, whose nickname is also "Ball." That's singular, like Bucdaddy will be in a few hours.

I kid. I kid.

Best of luck with surgery, good sir. You join an illustrious group that includes Tom Green, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tom Arnold, Lance Armstrong, and former Phillies first baseman John Kruk, otherwise known as The Oddballs. Clearly, it doesn't affect performance -- Lance Armstrong won 57 Tour de France's with only one testicle, and Tom Green is just as unfunny after losing a testicle as he was before. No gain, no loss. Just a little kink in your symmetry.

Best wishes, Tater.


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