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Saints Fan Willing to Trade Left Testicle for Super Bowl Tickets

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We imagine there's a lot of horny housewives who have been left uncomforted by their husbands during big games causing them to quip, "You care more about the balls on the field than your own." Well, those ladies are apparently correct.

A New Orleans saint fan posted a Cragslist ad claiming he was willing to trade his left testicle for tickets to the Super Bowl. Lots of balls will be sold in Miami during that weekend -- commemorative game balls, cheese, eight balls -- but this might be unique. It's still up if you've got tickets and are in need of a nut.

[Total Pro Sports: Craigslist Ad: Will Trade Left Testicle For Super Bowl Tickets]

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