Most men probably wouldn't think to begin a fun day out with a mate with a vasectomy.
First stop: cutting a tube in their, well you know, followed by... a special celebratory lunch out?
It's a unique recovery method following the rather delicate procedure, but it's a plan that Hamish Blake stuck to after he and his mate both decided they were ready for the snip.
Speaking to No Filter, Blake said he and wife Zoe Foster Blake felt 'done' following the arrival of their second child, six-year-old daughter Rudy in 2017. They also share nine-year-old son Sonny.
Listen to Hamish Blake on No Filter.
"I think it's just a general feeling... you never know what's going to happen, but you're like 'I think this feels complete,'" he explained of the decision.
"I would say we were pretty on the same page. Zo's like 'hey, that's it'. So, you know, if you're going to make a baby you need a factory, so supply chain issues would've really come into it - if I wanted a baby anymore, we would've had some big supply chain issues.
"We were like, of course anything could happen, we could have 10 more kids, but this feels complete. And there's just a subtle shift in focus, I guess, for people that make that decision."
Rudy was four when Blake decided on the vasectomy. He and his friend went for the procedure together.
"We did the one where you can stay awake. We booked it in the morning and then we were going to go out for lunch. We did a snip and sip."
Blake joked about it being a bit like a couple's massage.
"We got a four hands vasectomy," he laughed.