HA! Look at this guy!!
“Beware of penis-enlargement scams
Considering penis enlargement? Don’t waste your money on ineffective and possibly dangerous male-enhancement pills, pumps, exercises and surgeries.
If you’ve seen the “Austin Powers” movies, you may have laughed at Austin for owning a penis-enlargement pump. But you also may have been thinking, “Hmm. I wonder if something like that could give me an extra inch or two.”
Penis-enlargement products aren’t difficult to find. Men’s magazines, sports radio shows and Internet sites are filled with advertisements for pumps, pills, weights, exercises and surgeries — all of which supposedly can increase the length and width (girth) of your penis. Even if you’ve never visited an Internet porn site, you’ve likely received many unsolicited e-mails for products and services that promise to make you more of a man.
These come-ons are based on several stereotypes about men’s insecurities. The “male enhancement” industry assumes that every man:
Is afraid he has a small penis
Believes he’d be a better lover if he had a bigger penis
Is looking for a way to safely and effectively increase his penis size
Don’t fall for it. No scientific research supports the use of any nonsurgical method to enlarge the penis, and no reputable medical society endorses penis-enlargement surgery performed for purely cosmetic reasons. Because many of these techniques can damage your penis and even cause impotence, think twice before trying any of them”
“Nonsurgical methods of penis enlargement
Marketers offer many different types of nonsurgical penis enlargement, and often promote them with serious-looking advertisements that include endorsements from “scientific” researchers.
But if you look and read closely, you’ll see that claims of safety and effectiveness are completely groundless. Because no reputable scientific research validates any type of nonsurgical penis enlargement, marketers rely on testimonials and before-and-after photos that may not be authentic.
At the bottom of such advertisements, you’ll usually find a sentence such as “These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.” Well, of course they haven’t been. The Food and Drug Administration, the government agency that regulates medications and medical devices, has never approved any medications or devices for enlarging a penis.
There are four basic types of nonsurgical penis enlargement:
Manual stretching or squeezing (jelquing). These exercises are supposed to be performed 30 minutes a day for an indefinite period of time. Although they may be safer than other methods, they can lead to scar formation, pain and disfigurement.
Stretching with penile weights. This technique is very likely to cause permanent penile damage.
Vacuum pumps. Because pumps draw blood into the penis and make it swell, they’re useful in the treatment of impotence (erectile dysfunction). This may create an illusion of a larger penis, but results are seldom permanent. Repeated use can damage elastic tissue in the penis, leading to less-firm erections.
Pills and lotions. These usually contain vitamins, minerals, herbs or hormones such as testosterone. Although topical testosterone is sometimes used on adolescent boys to accelerate puberty, there’s no evidence that it or any other substance can increase penis size in adult men. In 2002, authorities in the state of Arizona seized the assets of a penis-pill company, in part because the owners fraudulently claimed their product would deliver a permanent gain of 1 to 3 inches. The company owners also refused to honor their money-back guarantee, committing yet another fraud.”
Sounds to me like the author of this has a severe case of SPD - Small Penis Disorder! :rofl:
March 2006: 6.875" x 4.500" x 5.00" (BPEL x MLG x BG)
April 2007-.: 7.81" x 4.81" x 5.1" - 'And it just keeps getting bigger!'
Last edited by Johnnno : 04-30-2006 at .