Two Men Try Labor Pain And Regret Everything They’ve Ever Said About It

When it comes to painful experiences, giving birth ranks up there pretty high, if not the highest. Of course, women alone have to endure this agony while men watch from the bedside.

Some men are skeptical about the extent of the pain that women feel when they give birth. When one of these guys comes around, they say that women just exaggerate stuff and that labor pain is just another example of this. Well, it looks like a few of these fellas put their money where their mouths are and strapped on labor pain simulators for the world to see. Oh boy, did they get what was coming to them…

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So two guys made a video talking a lot of smack, saying outright that they think women are exaggerating the pain felt during labor.

They are tired of women thinking that they are weak and say that, “According to women, us men can’t handle any of it.”

So two guys made a video talking a lot of smack, saying outright that they think women are exaggerating the pain felt during labor.
via YouTube / Nicole Wong

What one of the men say next will likely rile up a lot of the people reading this article.

“Well, did you know that according to men, women exaggerate everything?”

This is when they scheduled an appointment with Dr. Julie Masters to test once and for all whether they can handle the same level of pain a woman feels while she gives birth.

What one of the men say next will likely rile up a lot of the people reading this article.
via YouTube / Nicole Wong

Shortly after meeting the men, Dr. Masters explains that electrodes will be strapped to their abdomens to deliver jolts of pain. This pain is calibrated to reflect levels felt during actual labor.

This guy seems like he might be getting a little scared… Next comes the intense part.

Shortly after meeting the men, Dr. Masters explains that electrodes will be strapped to their abdomens to deliver jolts of pain. This pain is calibrated to reflect levels felt during actual labor.
via YouTube / Nicole Wong

Are you ready for this?

Are you ready for this?
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