Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Balls The Size Of Churchbells

Daily Star
Game Show Is Kick In The Balls
A BIZARRE game show based on kicking a monk in the balls, has become a reality TV sensation. Cross legged male members of the audience watched in shock as various members of the panel were invited to boot the monk between the legs - who simply bowed and smiled after each blow. The art of steel ball kungfu is divided into hard balls Kungfu - and soft balls Kungfu. Shaolin monk Yong Hsueh said: "Steel crotch Kongfu is an ancient art, with roots stretching back to ancient China. It’s a practice to strengthen and protect the male genital organs so there is less chance they are injured or incapacitated in battle." The monk said hard crotch Kongfu could only be learned by a student that started in childhood - pushing their balls into their body where they could not be hurt, so that no matter how hard he is kicked his balls are protected. But those who start learning too late can only learn soft balls Kungfu, which is reportedly also good for improving the man's sex life. According to the Austrian Times, the programme shown on CCTV, China Central Television, invited the best of the best in the country to show off their talents.

Hell no!  This is one crazy monk.  Mark my words, one of these days there's gonna be a mishap.  Like he forgets to tuck one of his nuts up into his body.  Then what do have?  A screaming, crying, one-balled Shaolin monk, that's what.  And that's something none of us want to see.  Stop kickin' the monk!  Pay attention!