Global Art Exhibit | UK

By April 7, 2015Celebrity Balls

You know my method, Watson.

Each week we spend time catching up on the story line based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s literary classic series, Sherlock, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. This drama has become the number one watched show in the UK, and we understand why; It’s fantastic! Those two nut balls have led admirable careers and have contributed greatly to the community through their years of charitable work.
However, the Ballsy team is using this opportunity to remind you to regularly check your own nuts to ensure they are clear of testicular cancer. It’s simple, just check’em lads, this isn’t bollocks!!


Checkemlads in a local organization dedicated to raising awareness to this delicate and sensitive topic and was established in 2003 by Phil Morris. Who is Phil Morris you ask? Well, he is a testicular cancer survivor and personally funded all the expenses needed to gain popularity and awareness for this incredible cause. In 2008, Phil applied and was successful in making Checkemlads a recognized registered charity in the UK.  Donations can be sent via text, or on their official website. ext Donation

This isn’t bollucks

We’ve adjusted the saying, “leave no stone unturned” to “leave no ball untouched”, so men… lets get the balls rolling!
The next time you’re watching Sherlock, make it part of your routine to check your ball-bag! Before the show, during commercials, or after, we don’t care! Just be proactive about your health and regard it as highly as you regard the newest television craze. The only way to ensure that you don’t miss out on any of the weekly action is to keep your balls in check.


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