For women, there is probably nothing more painful in the world than childbirth.

Hours upon hours of labour are both a physically and mentally demanding test for mothers around the globe.

Men on the other hand, can only bare witness to the pain their female partners have to go through and can only offer soothing words as a consolation.

Until now, it has been believed that barring a biological miracle, men will never experience the true agony of childbirth.

However, new technology has emerged that allow men to undergo a simulated version of labour pain by sending electrodes to their abdomen for one hour.

Two confident husbands, who didn't possibly believe that the pain could be that bad, decided to partake in the experiment, conducted by Kensington.

They got more than they bargained for.

Even in the early stages of labour they were pleading for mercy.

That was early labour? It feels like someone is taking a saw and just carving up my abdomen.


As the pain increases one man declares that he might 'throw up.' Thankfully he didn't.


At least their wives seem to be having some fun.


At the end both men gave their honest assessment of what they had just gone through.

That was not good. 

That sucked. It was horrible.

To make matters even better, the two gentlemen recorded their experience on Mother's Day and one participant had a parting message/apology for his Mother.

Mom, if anything that I experienced was as close to what I did to you all those years ago. I'm sorry. You're like a super hero. Happy Mother's Day.

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