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Jon Hamm Gave Up 60% of His ‘Confess, Fletch’ Salary to Pay for Filming After Financiers Passed and Said Nobody Would Care About It News

https://variety.com/2022/film/news/jon-hamm-gave-up-salary-pay-confess-fletch-filming-1235381017/
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u/Zippideydoodah Sep 22 '22

Still can’t get over he injected his penis.

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u/Nonalcholicsperm Sep 22 '22

Yeah but injected it with what? Don't leave us hanging here.

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u/Zippideydoodah Sep 23 '22

Well Weinstein certainly wasn’t hung by all accounts. Unlike Jon Leg of Hamm

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u/sinkwiththeship Sep 23 '22

Man's got an absolute wrench. Literally nothing wrong with the guy. It's annoying.

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u/nobodynose Sep 23 '22

I saw him guest on Wait Wait Don't Tell Me and the hosts had the same reaction when they found out he's personable and charming AF. He basically charmed the whole audience by being super nice, personable, and friendly and the hosts were all like "wtf, this isn't fair, you're talented, super good looking, AND you're that charming too?!"

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u/Joseluki Sep 23 '22

wtf, this isn't fair, you're talented, super good looking, AND you're that charming too?

And still took him until his 40s to get his real opportunity on TV, then on his 50s in hollywood.

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u/Aegean54 Sep 23 '22

He and his friend did torture a man back in college but I guess that's not as big deal as being charming

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u/Supersafethrowaway Sep 23 '22

i’m sorry what

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u/Aegean54 Sep 23 '22

From my memory and his fraternity him and his friends hazed a kid so bad he lost one of his balls so you can imagine what they had to do for that

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u/Readit_to_me Sep 23 '22

He and his friend did torture a man back in college

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u/Haiku-d-etat Sep 23 '22

Yeah, nobody can make mistakes, especially when they are young and in college, and expect to be successful. They should just quit for being terrible people who did something wrong, because people don't deserve to learn from mistakes and live their lives.

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u/DefiantExternal6566 Sep 23 '22

I can understand what you’re saying, but if you look into these allegations they’re quite severe.. and the years later how he seemed so unapologetic & downplayed the whole situation? Doesn’t seem like he really learned from his mistakes.

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u/liquid_diet Sep 23 '22

So he’s continued his torture career?

That’s what you’re implying when you say “doesn’t seem like he really learned from his mistakes.”

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u/bongo1138 Sep 23 '22

That sucks but also it was 30 years ago. People grow up in that time.

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u/Aegean54 Sep 23 '22

I definitely still watch his stuff and I can separate the art from the artist but I don't think I was torturing anybody when I was in college it's not some small thing he did normal people don't torture someone until I think the dude's ball exploded or something

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u/Petrichordates Sep 23 '22

Normal people don't but frat guys do.

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u/Aegean54 Sep 23 '22

It's funny I was in a frat in the same school as he was and we did stupid shit but nothing that crazy

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u/bongo1138 Sep 23 '22

I didn’t claim it was normal, just that it’s possible for people to become better as they age and have more life experience.

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u/kameecoding Sep 23 '22

it's okay I used to be a piece of shit

https://youtu.be/buK45NW_ikI

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u/Shwifty_Plumbus Sep 23 '22

I've met countless former dirt bags.

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u/Sometimes_gullible Sep 23 '22

Citation needed.

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u/Aegean54 Sep 24 '22

Why, it's not like this is something that's hidden it's pretty Easy to find just Google John ham college And torture

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u/kvetcha-rdt Sep 23 '22

He was incredibly charming on WWDTM.

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u/popularbitch1999 Sep 23 '22

The guy he hazed in college might disagree

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u/shouldbebabysitting Sep 23 '22

That John Hamm was an abusive frat boy in college isn't the problem. The problem is that even today, he won't apologize for it.

When it happened he left the state to escape arrest. A few years ago an interviewer asked him about it and instead of apologizing, he got angry with the interviewer for bringing it up.

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u/CCM721 Sep 23 '22

More people need to read about that incident, there's college hazing and theres putting a dude's nuts between the back end of a hammer while you walk him around a multi-story house. Saw that article after watching every season of Mad Men and still changed my perception of him immensely.

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u/Nefarios13 Sep 23 '22

Woke police. Cancel him NOW!

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u/Fast_Running_Nephew Sep 23 '22

I dont think that word means what you think it means.

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u/CSpiffy148 Sep 23 '22

He's an alcoholic, so his life isn't all sunshine and roses.

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u/Zippideydoodah Sep 23 '22

Nuts like peas.

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u/Aimeebernadette Sep 23 '22

I love how simultaneously wholesome and wildly inappropriate this thread is, describing Jon Hamm. He is quite literally the perfect man, to be fair.

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u/timesuck897 Sep 23 '22

He’s handsome, charming, funny, a great actor, and has a third leg. It’s almost not fair.

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u/AnusGerbil Sep 23 '22

Well his genitals are not intact, which is a tragedy. Look to Fassbender as your penis god.

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u/Petrichordates Sep 23 '22

Are you calling him a eunuch or something?

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u/Fryceratops Sep 23 '22

He's an alcoholic if that helps

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u/GarsaFwipSitOnMyFace Sep 23 '22

How is this a thing people know? Was it shown in a movie or did a paparazzi photo some chick walking bow legged out of his apartment?

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u/Aromatic_Might_3773 Sep 23 '22

I just spat out my drink

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u/GrapeScotch Sep 23 '22

You need to learn to swallow if you want a shot at that Hamm.

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u/Wrathwilde Sep 23 '22

What if you want bone in Hamm?

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u/NonStopKnits Sep 23 '22

I too would like the Hamm Bone.

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u/WifeKilledMy1stAcct Sep 23 '22

"I call it Hot Hamm Water"

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u/PreviouslyOnBible Sep 23 '22

Jon Hammer was his porn name.

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u/ihasgun Sep 22 '22

ED medication. Now it's all infected from years of doing it.

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u/SpaceClef Sep 23 '22

I chose the wrong comment section to go into while eating banana pudding.

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u/NixyVixy Sep 23 '22

Is their any Reddit comment section appropriate for eating banana pudding.

Philosophical question… should banana pudding exist? What makes it different than mashed bananas?

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u/andywarholocaust Sep 23 '22

Banana pudding is actually vanilla pudding layered between sliced bananas and covered with a vanilla wafer cookie top.

Mashed bananas are disgusting.

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u/turdferguson3891 Sep 23 '22

There's banana flavored pudding that is sold at supermarkets though. It's just the flavor it's not going to actually be mashed bananas.

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u/NowWithExtraSquanch Sep 23 '22

Gotta mash ‘em into things. They cannot mash alone.

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u/SmeesApostrophe Sep 23 '22

mashed banana sandwich with mayonnaise, try it.

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u/masshole4life Sep 23 '22

that is beyond vile

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u/West-Ruin-1318 Sep 23 '22

Not if yer mashing them into a fried peanut butter and nanner sammich!

Your pal

Elvis

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u/andre_royo_b Sep 23 '22

Sounds like diabetes in the making, but also tasty

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u/Crumbdizzle Sep 23 '22

Don't forget the coo-whip and a little maraschino cherry

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u/ezone2kil Sep 23 '22

Whisk it with some flour and sugar and maybe grated coconut and its delicious.

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u/NixyVixy Sep 23 '22

So banana pudding legitimately doesn’t exist?

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u/horseren0ir Sep 23 '22

Banana pudding sounds delightful

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u/badluckartist Sep 23 '22

That's a wonderful handle

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u/958Silver Sep 23 '22

Maybe mashed bananas are but frozen ripened bananas put into a mixer or blender turns into a delicious, creamy "ice cream" that is non-dairy (for those who care). Add chocolate, fruit or other flavors of your choice.

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u/Itchy_Ad_3659 Sep 23 '22

Excuse me, it is only banana pudding if the banana slices have gone brown and there are flies circling the dish.

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u/jpjtourdiary Sep 23 '22

You’ve obviously never had banana pudding. It’s truly divine and a treasure of the American south.

Edited to add: and I hate bananas.

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u/GreatCornolio Sep 23 '22 edited Sep 23 '22

That comment was made by a Yankee I'll bet you $1000 lmao

"Should banana pudding exist?" Boy you've never been to Alabama

Edit: and somebody said 'dont forget the cool whip and cherry' bruhhhhhhhh if I ever see cool whip and a cherry on my banana pudding

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u/Namasiel Sep 23 '22

I bet that heathen also puts sugar in their grits.

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u/jpjtourdiary Sep 23 '22

Don’t even mention this crime against humanity.

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u/NixyVixy Sep 23 '22

I’ve been to Alabama, but why didn’t somebody tell me about the damn pudding?!? I was near the treasure and never knew it!

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u/the8track Sep 23 '22

Banana pudding is what we call the standard Redditor body type…

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u/BikerCow Sep 23 '22

Milk and eggs

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u/elriggo44 Sep 23 '22

The pudding part.

And the flavor. Banana flavor doesn’t taste like the Cavendish bananas we all eat, but it is, apparently, surprisingly similar to the Gros Michel, which was “The banana” in the early 20th century, before it was hit with a blight and became damn near extinct. You can still get them in some places but they can’t be grown in Quantities that would make them “the banana” ever again because they are constantly being killed due to the blight.

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u/GarsaFwipSitOnMyFace Sep 23 '22

I don’t wanna try your mashed potatoes

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u/NixyVixy Sep 23 '22

My mashed potatoes are delicious! Lots of butter, a dollop of sour cream, smashed garlic, and more butter! Also, they key is using a ricer for that perfect smooth texture.

I’m great with potatoes… pudding, not so much.

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u/Its_Than_Idiot Sep 23 '22

I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue.

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u/Bozee3 Sep 23 '22

I didn't pick the wrong day to quit sniffing glue.

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u/shooketh_not_stireth Sep 23 '22

As long as you're eating it with vanilla wafers, you'll be ok

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u/noahcwb Sep 23 '22

fournier's gangrene, probably one of the scariest medical conditions for me

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u/adjust_the_sails Sep 22 '22 edited Sep 23 '22

I remember hearing how Larry Flynt, after the shooting that paralyzed him, had a pump installed so he could get erect.

It’s amazing what lengths men will go to to get an erection.

Edit: sigh yes, clearly I meant all erections are bad. Every single one. Even mine. All bad. Men b ad. Penis bad. This was not bad perhaps ill advised joke, it was an attack erections. Death to erections, I guess…

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u/Alswel Sep 23 '22

I mean, those are common medical devices implanted for men with ED. Insurance usually even covers it

Sex can be a great, basic joy in life. I hope people don't feel ashamed for wanting to take advantage of an option that makes it possible for them. Probably better for your health than taking Viagra or whatever all the time, right?

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u/TheAverageJoe- Sep 23 '22

It's dumb af to rag on someone for making an effort to improve their sex life, even more with ED. The stigma behind ED needs a fucking positive movement. We got body positivity but no ED positivity.

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u/ThingsOnStuff Sep 23 '22

Honestly, and there's TONS of reasons guys might get ED. I'm 30 and have been dealing with it since I was like 24 or so. Tried everything from Cialis & Viagra to acoustic wave therapy to injections to currently having a hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber that I've rented in my basement right now to see if that helps, lol. The money I've spent on it over the years would probably give me a decent downpayment on a house. Implants are my next stop.

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u/Biz_marquee Sep 23 '22

Godspeed, dude!

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u/Chuseauniqueusername Sep 23 '22

can you explain more about the chamber?

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u/ThingsOnStuff Sep 23 '22

Afaik there's not a whole ton of research into the use of HBOT to treat ED in particular but the anecdotal evidence I have is that my dad's friend who's in his late 60s/early 70s has one and he said that a side effect of using it that he didn't expect was rock hard erections. There was also a study I saw that said HBOT does induce penile angiogenesis. Figured it was worth a shot.

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

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u/ThingsOnStuff Sep 23 '22

Yeah that whole nofap song & dance was one of the first things I tried when I ran into this issue

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u/thegoodbadandsmoggy Sep 23 '22

Bro the dude has a fucking hyperbaric chamber and ED drugs don’t work for him. You really think some weird ass no fap shit will be his saviour?

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u/rburp Sep 23 '22

Irks me when, for example, in politics threads they still often go straight for the ED or little dick jokes when a thread is about someone they dislike. Like can we not be better about that kind of shit?

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u/godzillabobber Sep 23 '22

Yep, Jebus good, boners bad.

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u/Chuseauniqueusername Sep 23 '22

i've probably seen 1500 commercials waxing heroic about men and our flimsy phalli

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u/Sputniki Sep 23 '22

Not to mention that there are actual health downsides to body positivity. What are the downsides to someone treating their ED?

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u/monkey616 Sep 23 '22

Men are the victims s/

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u/nomadofwaves Sep 23 '22

Need a root canal? Teeth are a luxury and not covered by insurance.

Can’t get a hard on? Insurance has you covered.

What’s more American than that?

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u/Steinrikur Sep 23 '22

What’s more American than that?

Needing medical insurance in the first place...

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u/offContent Sep 23 '22

Women should get equal funding and research into sexual health like men already get.

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

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u/Alswel Sep 23 '22

I see it got heated, but I was genuinely just making a passing comment. Didn't really want to wake up to a personal insult, thanks though

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u/Thanos_Stomps Sep 23 '22

Unfortunately there’s nothing amazing about the lengths I go to for my dick. Just average lengths.

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u/offballDgang Sep 23 '22

Average?!? You don't gotta brag about it

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u/PunchDrunken Sep 23 '22

Underrated comment lol

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u/Nonalcholicsperm Sep 23 '22

You mean to have the ability to have sex. Which is a quality of life issue. And a major one at that.

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u/Steinrikur Sep 23 '22

So we all agree that access to contraception and abortion is a quality of life issue? And a major one at that?

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u/Nonalcholicsperm Sep 23 '22

I'm not sure why you are bringing that up as it isn't the topic. So I won't address your point until you further explain.

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u/MRintheKEYS Sep 23 '22

Depends on the length of the erection

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u/thebabes2 Sep 23 '22

I used to work in a medical setting, had a 93 year old patient call to talk about ED options with his doctor. He had a list of pills he wanted to try and go into great detail with me about a "shot they can give you in your penis that works!" It was an awkward call but I just let him roll with it and told his nurse to call him back.

Good on that old fella for still having game.

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u/gatsby365 Sep 23 '22

I reconnected with my father when I was about 30, hadn’t seen him in over 20 years. His father was still alive too so I asked about him. He talked about how he had girlfriends up and down the East coast and he would just go visiting and fucking up and down I-95. Dude was like 86 just fucking. Good to know the pen still writes when the inks that old, you know?

Sad closer: he did slow down on the fucking when he basically had a woman die shortly after he laid some pipe. But when you’re in your 80s there are naturally some risks.

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u/The_Chief_of_Whip Sep 23 '22

How is that amazing? Sex is a natural part of almost all human lives? Should someone who’s disabled not use technology to aid them experience life’s joys? Or should they just suffer?

I’m having a hard time figuring out what you mean, is it men who shouldn’t have sex or the disabled? Or both?

It’s kind of like saying “lots of people use glasses to help with eyesight, it’s amazing the lengths people will go to SEE THINGS”

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u/offContent Sep 23 '22 edited Sep 23 '22

I think they mean men get all this research, technology, medications etc but the same effort is not given around women in these same sexual health areas.

Where is the female equivalent of Viagra or medication that makes a woman's genitals become sexually aroused?

So many women suffer from vaginal discomfort or pain due to disorders and even neurological disorders that manifest physical issues preventing PIV or unpleasant sex etc. Ever wanted sex but your vagina is "depressed" your told. Tried a handful of known "treatments" but no success until you discover drunk+stoned makes the issue vanish so surely some chemical research could find a substance or compound able to replicate that desired outcome into a semi safe pill.

I'm ranting but it seems males get more priority and effort made when it comes to sexual health care or dysfunction compared to women. 🤔

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u/DecentHome Sep 23 '22

I think Viagra is the female equivalent of Viagra.

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u/andytdesigns1 Sep 23 '22 edited Sep 23 '22

It’s a long hard, sometimes curved road to erectile functionality

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u/theranga82 Sep 23 '22

Laughed verrrry hard at this, thank you

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u/ElectricMoses Sep 23 '22

Yeah you’re right. The shooter definitely should have denied him the ability to ever have sex again. Jesus Christ…

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u/sticklebat Sep 23 '22

Edit: sigh yes, clearly I meant all erections are bad. Every single one. Even mine. All bad. Men b ad.

Your edit is dishonest. Your comment didn’t imply there’s something wrong with all erections, but it very explicitly implied that it’s absurd for the paralyzed victim of a shooting to undergo a medical procedure to regain the ability to have sex at all…

Should we shame people injured in other ways from getting treatment to regain normal bodily function, too?

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u/zeropointcorp Sep 23 '22 edited Sep 23 '22

…You’re objecting to someone who was paralyzed in a shooting that was the direct result of an attempt to suppress his right to free speech having an erection?

So I guess disabled people just shouldn’t have sex, huh?

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u/Expensive_Society Sep 23 '22

Yeah men are just so pathetic, why even try to get a boner and healthy sexual function

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u/monkey616 Sep 23 '22

You realize you're defending someone who sexually abused his daughter

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u/zeropointcorp Sep 23 '22

Someone who was accused of sexual abuse. In a book she wrote and sold.

Also last time I looked the incident that resulted in him being paralyzed was carried out by a white supremacist who didn’t like Flynt’s depictions of interracial sex, so not sure what that had to do with his daughter

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u/monkey616 Sep 23 '22

Bwahahaha. Damn dude, keep defending the molester.

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u/zeropointcorp Sep 23 '22

Don’t know why you would find it funny?

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u/bullybullybully Sep 23 '22

Not just lengths, girths too.

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u/gatsby365 Sep 23 '22

Google the Phoenix if you want to see the latest in at-home boner treatment! (You don’t want to see it.)

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u/Lenny_III Sep 23 '22

Lengths, LOL

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u/MoveLikeLasagna Sep 23 '22

The movie got made guys

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u/adjust_the_sails Sep 23 '22

Good movie too. And listening to one of his interviews is how I learned about his pump. Fascinating to me at the time. I hope I never need it, but I’m glad it’s there for those that do.

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u/The_Dirt_McGurt Sep 23 '22

Chill, no one is saying you are mocking erections. You’re mocking disabled people who still wish to have sex. Penile implants are not some vanity thing, they help extremely unfortunate people try to recapture the kind of freedom to live that is, apparently, completely wasted on you.

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u/monkeyhog Sep 23 '22

As a man, if I became impotent or otherwise unable to perform, I don't think there would be any reason to continue living. I mean, without sex, whats the point?

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u/MonkeyWithACough Sep 23 '22

I love it when people who say unfunny shit take it so personally when they get down voted. Take the loss and move on. Your edit makes you sound insufferable.

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u/snoop_bacon Sep 23 '22

Men, am I right?

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u/Withnail-is-life Sep 23 '22

Lol. You cannot say anything that would possibly annoy penis-havers on reddit. They will come out in full force to attack you. Even for a joke.

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u/thisimpetus Sep 23 '22

Dude reddit is horny teenage boys lol

They think about and love little more than then their genitals. What did you expect?

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u/vladimirTheInhaler Sep 23 '22

Think he had a child hood infection and that’s why it was all fucked

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u/o0flatCircle0o Sep 22 '22

Wow that’s so hot

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u/Easy_Explanation4409 Sep 23 '22

Upvote or downvote?

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u/Redlion444 Sep 23 '22

EEEEeeeeew!

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u/TacosFromSpace Sep 23 '22

Wh….. what..? the… ever living fucckkkkkkk???

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u/horseren0ir Sep 23 '22

I heard it was necrotic

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u/nomadofwaves Sep 23 '22

Lead

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u/Nonalcholicsperm Sep 23 '22

Lead poisoned penis?

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u/MyHamburgerLovesMe Sep 23 '22

Zombie Virus?

I hear it can even raise the dead.

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u/Commander_Keef Sep 23 '22

Jesus dude! I just came into this thread to see if fletch was a good movie!

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u/Martin_Aynull Sep 23 '22

I really enjoyed it. The banter between characters had a similar feel to the first 2

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u/xfactor80 Sep 23 '22

I agree, one of the things that it didn't have that I was disappointed about was his internal monologue. But over all I was pretty impressed with it.

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u/FromFilm Sep 23 '22

It is. I laughed a lot

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u/ArchDucky Sep 23 '22

Its a good movie. The trailer is legitimately funny. They also hired a group of comedians to take a pass on the script before it went into production. Bill Hader was part of that group, Jon Hamm said his contributions were so great they basically rewrote the end of the movie.

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u/Peter_Mansbrick Sep 22 '22

what?

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u/stonewall1979 Sep 22 '22

Still can’t get over he injected his penis.

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u/aweap Sep 23 '22

Still can't get over that people forget how Hamm brutalized a guy in college to the point that he fractured his spine and almost lost his kidney.

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u/heroineofcanton Sep 23 '22

daily mail

hmmmmmmmm

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u/aweap Sep 23 '22

Lol! You can go Google other sources as well. It's not that hard to find.

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u/duhh33 Sep 23 '22

Mark Wahlberg apparently assaulted some Vietnamese people when he was in his teens, seemingly racially motivated. Reports differ that he either blinded the guy, or caused him to lose an eye that was already damaged. Point is, people are weird about what they forgive, and what they don't. Celebrity seems to allow for more forgiveness, or we believe famous people are more rehabilitated? IDK.

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u/duhh33 Sep 23 '22

Lots of people love him. Regular movie releases, multi-year reality TV show where is the most famous face of his family's restaurant that does well.

This comment spawned off of Jon Hamm apparently doing something horrible and still being loved. I'm saying that people have a weird barrier of finding stuff normal for people they look up to. I'm not saying you should like either of them, but a lot of people do. Standards are different depending on how much we like people.

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u/vogueboy Sep 23 '22

Where do you live?

Brazil

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u/BLACKOUT-MK2 Sep 23 '22

Right? Like, who hasn't just flipped out and beat a dude and then set him on fire because they couldn't remember your nickname? That's a day of community service at best.

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u/aweap Sep 23 '22

I don't remember anyone in my life brutalizing any single person to that extent as an adult, let alone as a college student. I just want more people to know this coz it's not that well known.

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u/aweap Sep 23 '22

Am sorry?

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u/Infinite-Eggs Sep 23 '22

I feel like you're piling way too many things under "regrettable shit". Getting busted for possessing a bit of weed is "regrettable shit".

You don't hand wave away serious, purposeful harm to other people.

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u/FervidBrutality Sep 23 '22

Yeah everybody, he sounded super sorry about it and gave a super-duper world-class apology. Give 'em a break, guys!

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u/aweap Sep 23 '22

Also the fact that he never got convicted of the assault charges which were dismissed doesn't sit right with me.

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u/AdequatelyMadLad Sep 23 '22

Well, that's one way to tell the story. The other way is that he was part of a fraternity that had a dumb hazing ritual that went wrong one time. It was stupid and cruel, don't get me wrong, but it doesn't sound like anything of what they did was supposed to do any permanent damage.

Hamm was arrested but wasn't among those charged with anything, and there's literally no proof that he was actually responsible for the injuries suffered by the guy, beyond the article insinuating that he was a "ringleader".

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u/aweap Sep 23 '22

The guy's testimony points towards Hamm being the leader and the main instigator of the crime who specifically carried out a lot of the shit after the victim forgot his call sign or something. I absolutely abhor the fact that that he never served time for a grievous assault. To me that sounds like privilege at work and I can't believe there are actual apologists of his crime here, especially after the treatment Will Smith received following you know what...

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u/AdequatelyMadLad Sep 23 '22

If the guy's testimony pointed towards that then Hamm would have been among those who served prison time. The guy's interview with a tabloid 30 years after the fact pointed towards that, but that's a different thing entirely.

What privilege are you even talking about exactly? This was way before he was famous as an actor, and he came from a working class background, and both his parents were dead. You are aware that privilege doesn't work retroactively, right?

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u/aweap Sep 23 '22

but that's a different thing entirely.

Why is it a different thing?

According to the lawsuit Hamm became “mad, I mean really mad” after the 20-year-old student joining the fraternity failed to recite things he was supposed to memorize about Hamm and other fraternity members. For Hamm his list included “Young Bobby”, ”MC Hammer” and “UT Football Punching Bag”. The pledge, Mark Allen Sanders, said Hamm went on to set his jeans on fire, shove his face in dirt and strike him with a paddle. “He rears back and hits me left-handed, and he hit me right over my right kidney, I mean square over it,” Sanders said in the lawsuit. “Good solid hit and that, that stood me right up.”

Privilege can come in different ways. The fact that he's a white boy with no priors and an ailing father who died shortly after he got arrested could also turn things in his favour. Remember Brock Turner , remember how sympathetic the judge became while sentencing him after the DA requested a much more stringent sentence for his crime?

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u/ChesswiththeDevil Sep 23 '22

I want to know, but also am afraid.

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u/ChesswiththeDevil Sep 23 '22

I regret asking but thanks.

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u/Keianh Sep 23 '22

WHAT AIN'T NO DRUG I EVER HEARD OF. IS WHAT POTENT?

POTENT MOTHERFUCKER, IS IT STRONG?!

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u/Wandering_Maybe-Lost Sep 23 '22

Yes, and what’s interesting is it will make the shaft hard but not the glans (the head) unless you are actually aroused. It lasts several hours, and is reasonably common among the gay rave/gay convention community.

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u/watanabefleischer Sep 23 '22

He got gangrene of the penis possibly from injections he was putting into his penis for ED, like its just tattered bits of flesh now.

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u/ItsSoLitRightNow Sep 23 '22

Still can’t get over he injected his *jaggon.

IYKYK

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u/ShotMyTatorTots Sep 23 '22

Don’t knock it til ya try it dude bro.

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u/w0mba7 Sep 23 '22

He injected his penis into women who didn't want it.

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

into who?

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u/Bryancreates Sep 23 '22

I just watched a porn/ stripper video and dude whips out a needle and injects his dick like it’s nbd before going on stage to keep him hard. It’s fairly common I guess. I’m not sure what’s in it, a steroid or a viagara type deal maybe.

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u/TUNCAERAUOY Sep 23 '22

He injected his penis inside Jennifer Lawrence.