I dated my ex-boyfriend for about a year. I broke up with him because he cheated on me with 3 other girls and verbally abused me. Anyway, I saw him at a party a while back and he confronted me in a hallway. We were alone and he said we “had to get back together.” I said no so he grabbed my arm and twisted. I broke free and kicked him as hard as I could right in the balls! He was wearing loose slacks so I was able to catch both of his babymakers and drive those suckers hard. I was wearing my cowgirl boots which are the best ball bashing footwear a girl can wear. After I rocked his ballsack, he fell down and puked. I stood over him a minute and did a victory pose before leaving. The look on his face was priceless. The last thing he said was “My Nuts!”
Anyway, I guess I got him so good his nuts swelled up to the size of oranges and one ruptured and had to be removed (I play college soccer so I know how to blast a ballsack!). I feel a little bad but I’ve also heard he has been telling people he will never mess with a girl again and says he is glad I did not rupture his other nut. He now wears an athletic cup protector all the time to save his remaining jewel. My girlfriends on the soccer team now call me the "nut remover" and say I should hang up a fake pair of nuts like a hunting trophy on a tombstone background with the words "RIP Brian's Nuts-Destroyed By Girl Power" underneath them or be crowned winner of an annual “Ballsack Blast” competition! Other people say I should hang up a guy's athletic cup as a symbol of female power of male weakness or get a decal of a pair of nuts on my boots with one missing and an “X” over them.
Any other good nicknames? And what should I hang up?
<blockquote><b>Quoting Chick+6!:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Rd.:</b>" I wouldn't brag about that... You're lucky he didn't press charges."</blockquote> He should. A twist of the arm vs. permanent damage?"</blockquote>
Right? I was physically abused by my now ex husband for 6 years. He even almost killed me once and I never laid a hand on him. Not out of fear, I didn't have battered women syndrome or anything like that. But because I refused to be just like him. I definitely wouldn't be proud of myself for that.