Easter is all about eggs. And even though it has already passed, I decided to write something more about those special ones, not chickens, but about Faberge eggs, family jewels, chocolate eggs, or simply testicles.
The hanging pair is a little weird and doesn't get the attention it deserves from most women. In our eyes, these are certainly not Faberge eggs. They are just a growth with a bit of hair that shrinks, moves around, stretches, tickles, and hurts. But we are wrong. Testicles aren't just that; they really are real family jewels.
When I watched a football match (mainly because of football players than games), I always thought what an idiot you have to be to cover the jewels between your legs with your hands rather than some more critical part of your body. Maybe it's not so weird. The testicles, the gonads, hurt like hell if we just hit them lightly. Imagine what it would be like to be hit by a ball or meet an opponent's shoe.
But why is such a sensitive thing outside the body? All vital organs are well protected in all living creatures, for example, the brain and heart. But nature already knew why. The temperature inside the body is too high to keep the sperm healthy. Therefore, during fetal development, the testicles descend outside the body, where the temperature is five degrees lower and, as such, is more than suitable for sperm production. But that doesn't mean it doesn't have safety mechanisms. In the case of testicles, this is the scrotum, the bag that carries Faberge's eggs. If they are in any danger, the scrotum will shrink and pull the testicles closer to the body. However, sensors sometimes react too quickly - even if a man gently strokes the inside of his thighs, the scrotum reacts. The same thing happens if it is too cold outside. Otherwise, the scrotum will stretch when it is hot outside, and consequently, eggs will be hanging.
Some say that the scrotum, despite being scared all the time, is similar to the labia, only it is an erogenous zone in a male person. Hardly playing with testicles could lead to an orgasm, but some men argue this is as good a feeling as teasing a penis. On the other hand, the testicles resemble a woman's breasts. Just as one is probably larger than the other, family jewels also vary in size. The left one usually hangs lower than the right one. This is not a beauty flaw, but it also has a practical function. In this way, the body can regulate the temperature in only one testicle without changing the temperature of the other.
As we were told in biology classes, family gems are a genuine sperm factory. They produce as many as one thousand five hundred sperm every second and one hundred and thirty million in one day. During ejaculation, between forty and one hundred million are ejaculated from the body. The number of sperm produced is influenced by several factors, one of which is the choice of underwear. Loose underwear works best, as the scrotum has more room for shrinking and stretching. In addition, this makes it easier to regulate the temperature of the testicles.
And if you didn't know, male family gems never turn blue like Easter eggs when a man is aroused but unsatisfied. If they were believed to be dying of pain, they would be immediately taken to the emergency room. However, scientists say it is just a feeling of discomfort. The veins dilate, and blood floods the testicles and penis. If they remain unsatisfied and the flag has to be hauled down, this feeling of discomfort described above occurs.
Hairy Faberge eggs, weird family yewels, are an absolute miracle, so more attention should be paid to them. Although they won't turn blue or glow in the dark, they're worth dealing with and getting to know them better. I wish you a happy playing!