Balls, balls, balls

Balls, balls, balls

Dec 12, 2023, 12:32 AM
Ray L. Junia

Ray L. Junia


There was this tourist in Spain who chanced upon a restaurant selling "cojones" as a specialty. Extremely curious, he decided to order it – and was rewarded with a pair of gigantic balls of meat. "What's this?" he asked the waiter. "Señor, those were the balls of the bull that lost at the bullfight earlier this morning," the waiter replied. At first, the tourist was disgusted, but curiosity won the day. He found cojones to be delicious, so the next day he once again asked for the specialty – and once again found in his plate two gigantic pieces of bull's balls. On the third day, upon arriving at the restaurant, he requested once again for cojones. This time, however, he was shocked to find in his plate two small pieces of balls no larger than marbles. "And what in the world is this?" he asked the waiter. "Cojones, señor," the waiter replied. "No, no, no!" the tourist protested. "I had had cojones yesterday and the day before that, and they were bigger than this. MUCH bigger! What happened?" "Señor," the waiter explained, "the bull does not lose all the time..."


Speaking of balls, a study once determined the sports preferences of various positions of private employees. Researchers found out that the preferred sports for each position was:

Frontline workers: football; Supervisors: baseball; Middle management: tennis; CEOs: golf

Conclusion: the higher you go up in the corporate ladder, the smaller your balls become.


Flu season is once again upon us, coupled with reports of “pneumonia” spreading across China. Facemasks are once again becoming the “in” thing. Let’s hope and pray this won’t be a case of déjà vu of 2020 next year.

Speaking of which, it’s amazing how humans have progressed in finding cures for diseases. I mean, just take a look at this timeline of medicine…

“Doctor, I have a headache…” 2000 B.C.: “Here, eat this compound of root.” 100 A.D.: “Don’t you dare touch that root. That is the work of Satan. Say this prayer instead.” 1850 A.D.: “That prayer is pure superstitious nonsense. Drink this potion.” 1940 A.D.: “Believe me, that potion is nothing but snake oil. Swallow this pill.” 1975 A.D.: “That pill’s just a placebo; it’s ineffective. You must take this antibiotic.” 2000 A.D.: “That antibiotic is artificial. Here, eat this compound of root!”

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