Husband gives vasectomy ring made from own sperm as Christmas gift to wife
Silver, gold or sperm?
Jewellery is an obvious gift option at Christmas but one husband may have taken it too far by opting for a ring made from his own sperm instead of silver and gold.
The father of five was due to have a vasectomy at the end of November 2019. Thinking already about what to get his wife for Christmas, he landed on the only obvious choice, a ring made from his baby gravy.
The man reached out on the online marketplace Bark in the hopes of finding someone with the know-how.
He told the Sun: "I know this is super weird, but I'm due to get a vasectomy at the end of November, and I wanted to do something funny with the last few living sperm I've got, kind of like a keepsake of my manhood.
"The plan is to give the ring to my wife on Christmas day, wait for her to tell me it's beautiful, let her wear it for a couple of hours, and then tell her what it's actually made of."
Is this perhaps the perfect gift?
The husband said he had heard of rings made from breast milk and presumably thought what's the difference? After all, they are both white-ish liquids - so how different could it be?
He continued: "So you don't think I'm a complete nutter, my wife and I have been together for more than 20 years now, have five kids (hence the vasectomy haha!) and since day one we've been pulling pranks on each other with quirky presents – this will hopefully be the best one yet though.
"I know this type of jewellery can be quite expensive (I saw some breast milk ones online), so I've set aside around £1,500 for the ring, I'm not really looking to spend any more than that."
Honestly, you have to appreciate the ingenuity.
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