For the record, a vasectomy surgery typically has no effect on a man’s sexual desire, ability to get an erection, or produce sperm or ejaculate.
“I found a fabulous, untold story in Black American history, and everyone who’s seen my screenplay agrees it’s fantastic. But when they meet me, they decompose faster than rancid flesh in a zombie movie—because I’m white.”
“I told my buddy, John, about my vasectomy reversal: ‘It was microsurgery. They wore high-powered microscope glasses.’ His smart-ass response: ‘Of course he did...for you!’ But John had no smart-ass response to offer once my third child—my post-vasectomy-reversal child—was born.”
There's two ways you can get “the cut” done; the old way aka “your father’s vasectomy” or the new way, aka a “no-scalpel vasectomy.” One involves a cut, with a blade and all that. Yeah, a blade, down there. The other way is...well, "cutless." Which sounds better to you?