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Parents Respond To Experiment Simulating Pain Of Child Birth

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It's hard to believe that two men would volunteer to feel the pain of child birth, but that's what two Dutch TV personalities did for a laugh.

The video of their experiment, which has gone viral, has received more than 3 million views in just one week.

For two hours, the two hosts screamed their way through their fake labor., which includes electric shocks that simulated the pains of child birth.

FOX 29's Stephanie Salvatore talked to parents about the video that everyone is talking about.

One mom said she admired the two for even trying to understand what the pain is really like while others say there's no way the two hosts would actually last through the real thing.

You can watch the story in the video above.

 

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