“Girls have balls. They’re just a little higher up, that’s all.”
I mean come on; those things aren’t cute. You know I’m right.
Still, I feel for the men, I really do. It can’t be easy, walking around with all that junk.
When I asked my guy what it’s like having a set of testicles, he said, “It’s like having pocket watches permanently attached to your crotch.”
The folks at Tommy John get that, which is why they make men's underwear (as well as undershirts, t-shirts and socks) that make having boy bits more enjoyable, by eliminating the need to constantly make adjustments.
And speaking of Tommy John… during the month of November, they are providing even more support by educating folks about testicular cancer with the help of their limited edition print.
So now, I mustache you to have a look at some balls…
And, 5% of all sales coming from this limited edition “Mustache and Ball” collection will be donated to the Testicular Cancer Foundation, an organization which provides education and support to young men to raise awareness about testicular cancer.
Did You Know?Testicular cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in males ages 15-35. That’s nothing to laugh about. It's not known what causes testicular cancer. However, the good news is, testicular cancer has the best prognosis of any cancer when discovered early. As in: if found early before it spreads, testicular cancer is almost always curable. EARLY DETECTION IS KEY!
And – here’s the thing. Testicular cancers are most often self-discovered by patients as a painless or uncomfortable lump in the testicle.
So, let’s get the ball rolling, shall we?
Ladies, get your men to check their balls – at least once a month. It’s not weird, it’s science and it’s easily done in the shower.
So pay attention men, get on it. There might even be some free Tommy John underwear in it for you.
Share a Pair, Win a Pair (but not before you check your boy bits)
Help spread the word about early detection and enter for a shot at winning a pair of Tommy John underwear on Instagram. For every qualified entry, Tommy John will donate $1 to TCF.
Here's How to Enter:
- Follow @TommyJohnWear and @TesticularCancerFoundation on Instagram.
- Take a photo of any ball-shaped objects and share it using the #SupportYourBalls hashtag.
- Upload your photo by November 30th to win. (You must have a public Instagram handle to be eligible)
Guys, I'm helping @tommyjohnwear spread awareness about testicular cancer and how important it is for you to check your boy bits. And, you could win cool underwear! (Girls can play too) :) To enter, follow @tommyjohnwear and @testicularcancerfoundation on IG. Snap and share a shot of any ball-shaped objects using the #SupportYourBalls hashtag. Tommy John will donate $1 to the Testicular Cancer Foundation every time you do (up to $1000). Contest ends November 30th so get on the ball! Also, check your balls. Seriously. DO IT. And ladies, encourage your fellas to be proactive because early detection saves lives. #menshealth #awareness #earlydetection #testicularcancer #bouncyballs #balls
So what are you waiting for? Don't drop the ball.
Some quick facts about testicular cancer:
• One male is diagnosed with testicular cancer every hour
• It is the most easily detected form of cancer
• It has the highest survival rate when caught early
How is Tommy John helping?
• They are giving 5% of all sales coming from their limited edition “Mustache and Ball” collection to the Testicular Cancer Foundation.
• They are contributing $10 for each purchase made by new customers who were referred by someone else
• They are donating $1 for each entry in their Instagram contest up to $1,000
About The Testicular Cancer Foundation
The Testicular Cancer Foundation provides education and support to young men to raise awareness about testicular cancer, the most commonly diagnosed cancer among males ages 15-35. TCF supports families of testicular cancer patients and shares its resources with the medical and healthcare communities, schools and various young men's groups. For more information, please visit tcancer.org.