Skinny jeans can crunch your junk
If you're a parent or grandparent of a young man these days you've probably been unwillingly exposed to that fashion nightmare known as "skinny jeans."
(And please tell me it's not YOU that's tried to squeeze yourself into those torture devices.)
Well, it's time to lay a little tough love on that kid (or grandkid) of yours.
He may have ignored your advice to toss those super-tight pants because he looks like a relic from the Disco Era. (After all, let's face it; he probably doesn't even know what disco is.) But I'm willing to bet he'll listen to what you have to say when you tell him those tight jeans can do big-time damage to his junk.
A new survey finds that 10 percent of men who wear tight jeans experience health problems -- and they're the kinds of problems no man wants to face, including a squished sac, stomach pain, and bladder problems so severe you might need diapers.
Tight jeans can dig into your gut, squeeze your bladder like a sponge and even twist your private parts into shapes they were never meant to form.
In some cases, ultra-tight pants can even lead to a nut-squishing condition called testicular torsion in which the flow of blood to the testicles is actually cut off -- and some men need surgery to fix it.
Yes, that means a scalpel... in the one place you don't want any sharp objects.
But that's not stopping men from wearing the things.
In fact, 40 percent of men surveyed say they'd rather LOOK good than FEEL good -- and a quarter say they wear skinny jeans just to show off the fact that they can actually fit in them.
If that sounds like your kid or grandkid then just ask him how good he thinks he'll look in his adult diapers... especially if he's wearing them under those super-tight jeans.
I'm betting that image alone will have him loosening his waistline so fast it will make your head spin.