Originally Posted by lawman800
I thought it was supposed to be forty, not fifty, when you get the exit plumbing checked?
Maybe it varies, or if plumbing problems run in your family, but even with my dad having colon cancer, my doc said 50, so as soon as I turned 53, I made my appointment...
If I had to do it over again, I'd do it at 50 and try to learn to whistle afterwards in recovery.
Maybe you're thinking prostate? I was glad I got married first, so I could still wear white at the wedding.
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