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A male's testicles, arguably one of the most important thing to continue our species, are not inside our body protected, but dangle outside vulnerable to environment. amirite?

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It's for temperature regulation.

@Legendnoel77 It's for temperature regulation.

That's what everyone says, but my personal theory is that it's an extra step to insure only the fittest reproduce. If a male can't protect their testicles then they lose the ability to reproduce.

@dankXD That's what everyone says, but my personal theory is that it's an extra step to insure only the fittest reproduce...

No it's legit for that. You even have muscles that tighten or relax to bro g them closer or farther away from the body to control the temperature. Although o have wondered also if it was intended also as a means for a woman to defend herself against a stronger man 🤣

Sperm cells like it just a few degrees cooler than your body, so they hang out externally so they don't get too hot. Part of the reason for why your balls shrink up close to your body when you get cold and why they get more dangly when it's hot

And yet, here we are

Yea, and the first time you land on the bicycle crossbar you do a whole lot of thinking about " intelligent" design.

There's an old gag:

Friend 1: What's the capital of Thailand?

Friend 2: Bang-

Friend 1: Punches mate's nuts.

Power move

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