March Madness is upon us. And as all the number one seeds prepare for the tournament, it's time to think about whether you want your own seeds to advance.
Put less punnily, it's time for all the male sports fans out there who don't want (more) children to think about scheduling a vasectomy.
With all those games on, you'll have plenty to entertain you while you're briefly benched. You could even get a team of players together — if you have like-minded friends — and make it a brosectomy.
Vasectomies are fully covered by most insurance plans and enable you to be an MVP of family planning. If you and your partner have decided your family is complete, a vasectomy is one of the most foolproof ways to prevent adding to our population unintentionally — which means you can help give wildlife like your favorite mascots, from wildcats to horned frogs, a better shot at surviving past the playoffs.
For the wild,