Probably childbirth. since it comes in waves of contractions for hours. I wouldn't know about the other, though I heard it actually makes a guy puke to get kicked a good one in the groin.
I can only speak for my side of the species but being kicked in the balls, and I mean a really hard kick in the balls basically paralyses a guy in pain. The pain itself travels from the balls (obviously) up to the throat! You gasp for breath, you try to stand but your whole body is racked with pain. You simultaneously feel like you been kicked in the nads, winded, smacked in the throat and are being suffacated at the same time!
Clearly not a pleasant experience, and this pain lingers for a long long while. Having not gone through childbirth, I can't compare but obviously they both really hurt.
On the other hand, what I have been told is very close to the pain of childbirth is having testicular cysts, and these little babies feel like you've been kicked in the nuts permanently and that someone is hanging a weight from them. Fun times, I think you'll agree!
by Mmargie19665 years ago
Which hurts worse, getting a tattoo or waxing your body?People have different thresholds for several types of pain. I'm hoping this question starts an interesting dialog about pain.
by Kelly Kline Burnett4 years ago
I heard this statement the other day - "food poisoning is more painful than child birth". I, myself, thought I was going to die for 3 days after some bad seafood, however, I cannot relate to the pain...
by Anthea Kwaw4 years ago
Why can women handle physical pain and sickness better than men?
by RAANKAR8 years ago
Where is God when it HURTS...???
by Edmund Custers4 years ago
When I broke my ankle.
by Meg Moon6 years ago
Many women have totally natural childbirth without any pain relief- are those that say it is horrendous exaggerating or do you think there is just a massive range of labour and birthing experiences?
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