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Ratballs Stories

RatBalls (Goolies, Furry 'Nads, whatever) are mesmerizing. I think if Freud would have had pet rats, he would have never developed a cigar fetish. Instead he'd be chewing on dates all day. Of course because he's German, they'd probably be daytsch. Whatever - he'd have a different fixation. But alas, the poor man was deprived and was limited his whole life to grappling with his cigar while treating Anna's sinus infections.
Let's have a moment of silence for the poor man.

Ratballs bring people together. People think I'm strange (No, really they do!) but I can always break the ice with a good ratball story. Always. It's therapeutic and though it probably wouldn't treat a sinus infection, psychoanalysis never did either, so I'm not too concerned.

So this page is dedicated to all the ratball stories out there. That's right: You submit 'em and here they will remain for life. And I'm sure there's a lot of 'em.

Here's my story: When we first got rats, I refused to let Andy get boys because I thought the big pink bumps were repulsive. There, it's out in the open. A few months after getting the girls, however, I saw past the furry 'nads - I didn't care anymore. Just like I managed to see past the tail. But as I had the boys for awhile, I found that I liked them. They're so full of character...and really excellent neck-warmers. I started thinking about male humans with their ratballs scaled to size...that is, male humans in skirts. Visualize it yourself: You'll see why the skirts come into the picture.

But this isn't the kind of story I'm talking about. I'm talking about "first impressions." First impressions by non-rat-loving strangers:


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