I am a normal guy, 27 years old, and yea I admit it – I watch porn sometimes. I cannot be the only guy who is tired of seeing all these stupid grow your penis ads on every adult website on the known internet. They are 90% scam, and the claims are outrageous. My friend runs a penis enlargement website where he personally reviews some of the stuff out there thats marketed to us guys, so I know which ones are scams. Friendly tip – there is no such thing as a PILL that enlarges your penis. (edit: Greg is an honest guy, dont think he promotes any penis pills to my knowledge)
That being said, why are these marketing guys pushing pills so hard? I know there is information out there, even clinical trials and debunked myths of a magic pill or overnight solution. There is no cream to raise your testosterone, theres no magic big penis pill, just about the only thing thats been proven to work by actual doctors is stretching, and forgive me to those who are advocates of penis stretching (that includes you Greg) but I dont think its worth the risk of ruining your sex life forever.
The devices used squeeze your penis head, and stretch it for a long time. I havent actually tried one, and maybe its my perpetual lack of a girlfriend or access to sex that keeps me from even caring about the size of my penis, but it just does not seem worth it. And back to the ads – why is every penis in these get big ads some huge black porn star. If everyone is growing their manhood larger using whatever they are selling, why are they all the same ads. How about some real proof from regular guys?
How about the ones that start talking to you while your browsing, what is that about. Do you think startling me and then showing me some other guy standing with a dick reaching his feet is going to motivate me? Nope! All I think is hey, my penis fits in my hand and thats the only place its been for a long time, and my hand doesn’t judge me for my penis size. And if you have a girlfriend (my sad love life excluded from the picture) wouldn’t you want a woman who loves you for your intelligence, personality, and preferences? Why on earth would anyone marry, or stay in a relationship with a girl who complains about that aspect of you?!
I dont care how big any persons penis is. If I see a guy with a smaller penis than me, or a bigger one, all I think is I need to get out of this situation so I dont have to look at this mans penis anymore. Can I get some comment support here? I cannot be the only one who realizes this whole market is retarded.
UPDATE: I did some googling on the “doctors” who endorse these things, and they are all the same people endorsing tons of fake penis pills.
Male Enhancement Drugs Endorsed by Dr. Michael A. Carter, Psy.D. RCP
12) Prolong Rx
9) The Male Enhancement Program
8) ProSolutionâ„¢ Penis Enlargement
7) VigRX Plusâ
6) VigRX Oil
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People who wear bras (yes, drag queens count, too) fall into two categories: you’re either a back-fastener or a front-and-twister. I’m a front-and-twist sort of gal – you back-fasteners are contortionist freaks. I heard rumors of a third kind, once—the overhead—which, unless it’s a sports bra, means it’s the wrong size.
Speaking of size, it matters. Regardless of whether puberty granted you a set of Grand Tetons or you’re president of the Itty Bitty Titty Committee–all bras don’t belong all people. Smaller busts can wear a variety of styles and easily get away with tiny spaghetti straps, delicate materials and ample padding. Demi-cup, strapless, plunge and push-up bras can often work magic, making the invisible visible.
Bigger gals like me…well, let’s just say some need industrial scaffolding. Thicker straps and better support are available in most full-coverage or minimizer bras. That doesn’t mean sacrificing sexy—oh, no—seductive balconette and plunge bras have been redesigned to accommodate larger busts. Be careful though: a friend of mine wore a push-up bra with size GGs–she had cleavage even in a turtleneck. A happy medium has been discovered for all bra-wearers in the mutli-way bra. Bonus: they’re five bras for the price of one! My wallet would be so proud.
Try venturing into a lingerie shop and get measured professionally. It’s usually free, and you’ll be amazed how much better you feel in a proper-fitting bra.
Ever heard the expression “just because it fits doesn’t mean it looks right”? Well, this applies to more than just speedos on octogenarians. Like bras, not all panties are created equally. Lace, silk and cotton are good go-to fabrics for all sizes and ages, but unless you’re a dominatrix steer clear of leather and vinyl. They may fit like a glove, but they remove like duct tape.
It’s hard to mention panties without mentioning thongs. They’re sexy, easy to pack, and the seamless kinds don’t give off dreaded VPLs, but in my opinion it takes guts to walk around with a string up your butt. Plus, if underwear showing is a real worry, why do thongs appear above waistbands?
We’ve all suffered Bridget Jones moments, wrestling between cute, skimpy panties and everything-control granny pants. Luckily, shapewear has finally become sexy, allowing us to have hourglass figures without worrying about what’s underneath.
Also, well-endowed backsides be wary: boyshorts (or “cheeky” shorts) are not always your friends. Badly designed pairs can transform into thongs by noon. If you want this style to work, choose fabrics with some stretch and sturdy hemlines so they’ll stay put.
Finally, the big question: are matching sets worth it? It depends on your gender. Women may feel more put together wearing matching bras and panties, but most guys couldn’t give a damn. Stripes with plaids? Go crazy! At the end of the day, most guys care about how easy they are to remove.
2009 Video From The Petroleum and Natural Gas Conference. A Must Watch if you are in the energy and alternative energy business. This is where the buyers and sellers meet, and massive deals take place.
This is one of those satire videos that works so well because it feels so authentic. Ignore the lyrics and Julian Smith’s “I’m Reading a Book” could easily be an MTV video chart topper. A lot of videos that could have been funny are ruined by actors, singers and directors who wind up trying a little too hard, mugging for the camera and generally just letting you know “hey this is comedy, here!” “I’m Reading a Book” plays it dead serious, and the end result is a video that’s sure to be one of the funniest of 2011, and definitely the most absurd so far.
With a hardcore gangsta tone, we see Smith instructing us to “never interrupt him while he’s reading a book!” insisting that if we continue to interrupt him, we’re going to be confronted with his “nasty side.”
This is one of those videos you’ll wind up watching again and again because it has everything that makes a catchy Youtube hit:
- Good Music
Really, the song isn’t bad. It’s a pitch perfect spoof of the modern style of hardcore rap. It could easily have come off of Rick Ross’s newest album. When you consider that the majority of music satire is pretty dated, with joke songs spoofing rap trends that haven’t been relevant in a decade or longer (see any video that’s still riffing on Puff Daddy, who hasn’t had a hit single in years), “I’m Reading a Book” has the potential to be enjoyed by rap fans and Youtube addicts alike.
- Short Playtime
Anyone who makes videos always tells you that once you break the three minute mark, you’re in the danger zone. The videos that go viral are the ones that are short enough to send your friends without telling them to “skip to halfway through for the funny part!” Every line in Smith’s video is funny, as he’s clearly refined the song down to just the good parts. It’s probably a good bet that there are a dozen verses written but left unused in the final mix for the sake of keeping it short and sweet.
- A Great Ending
It’s actually worth watching the video the end. Assuming you haven’t seen it yet, we’ll let you discover it for yourself, suffice to say that it’s as unexpected as it is the only way you can really end a video about a guy who hates being interrupted.
Julian Smith has had some hits before, but most of his videos have been slow climbers, taking a couple years to earn a few million views, in contrast to a song like “Bed Intruder” which explodes overnight. “I’m Reading a Book” has the potential to be his biggest hit yet, as even if you’ve found his previous videos a little obnoxious, you won’t be able to help but laugh out loud at this one. It also has a great hook. A lot of his previous videos, you don’t really “get” it until you’ve heard the whole song. “I’m Reading a Book” has that immediate catchiness that makes for a hot video.
The most powerful portable laser in the world, Spyder Artic III, is now available to the public for a not so low price of $299 thanks to a company based out of Hong Kong known as Wicked Lasers. This real life lightsaber is extremely dangerous and can cause burns to the skin, blindness, and prolonged exposure of the of the lasers rays can cause the user to lose the ability to recognize the color green. The laser comes with protective eye wear to aid in preventing damage to the users visual abilities and has a training lens included with purchase. There are several other accessories available for purchase with this lightsaber all available on wicked lasers’ web site.
Although this real lightsaber is not a toy and could cause some serious damage to anyone who comes into contact with it, anyone interested enough to enquire about purchasing one is probably well aware of the potential harm it could cause and is willing to take that risk and pick one up. Now I know $299 isn’t exactly cheap, considering the technology, engineering, and quality materials that go into making this incerdible piece of equipment the price is more than fair. The lasers’ body is made with 061-T6 Aircraft-Grade Aluminum and the laser finish is Mil-Spec Type III hard anodized in black and looks just like we remember it in all those star wars movies, which is not making Lucas very happy as he has been quit vocal with regards to his opinion of this lightsaber. There are also different modes including low and high power modes, pulsed and constant wave modes, secure lock/unlock modes making this lightsaber versatile and a lot of fun to use. With around 5000 hours of expected life it is safe to say you’re getting your monies worth and it will last a long time.
With wicked lasers wide variety of products and upcoming developments in laser technology, they will be around for long time and c
ontinue to make all of the star wars fans dreams come true and make it possible to have a lightsaber at home, ready to show off to any and everyone.
If an individual is experiencing pain and he or she cannot find relief through over-the-counter treatments, a doctor may prescribe opioid analgesics, otherwise known as narcotic painkillers.
Vicodin is a brand name for the narcotic painkiller hydrocodone, which is a combination of the narcotic component and an additional analgesic called acetaminophen, which is the active ingredient in Tylenol. Hydrocodone is a controlled substance in the United States and is classified as a schedule III drug. Scheduled drugs are monitored by the U.S. government since they are potentially habit-forming and can lead to physical or psychological addiction. A side effect of Vicodin is euphoria which is generally the reason it is abused by certain individuals. Vicodin has a similar structure to that of morphine, and works to alleviate pain by binding to the opioid receptors in the brain and inhibiting them from processing pain signals. It is most commonly prescribed for post-surgery pain, discomfort from dental procedures, and broken bones or other injuries.
Tramadol HCL is the generic name for Ultram. To Buy Tramadol HCL is an issue for some, and the ismedication surrounded by a certain amount of controversy, since it is a hybrid drug, and therefore, does not fit into a specific classification. It is not a considered a narcotic painkiller by the FDA at this time, and subsequently, is not presently a controlled substance in the United States. However, it is a synthetic opioid, which many experts feel is a justifiable reason to classify it as a schedule III drug. Experts have conflicting opinions as to whether or not tramadol is indeed a narcotic.
Tramadol acts to relieve pain in the same way Vicodin and other opioid analgesics do; by binding to the opioid receptors in the brain. It promotes the same feeling of euphoria, and many patients who have used both Vicodin and tramadol, claim the euphoric effect of tramadol is much stronger than that of Vicodin. Out of all the narcotic painkillers, tramadol most closely resembles codeine in its synthetic structure.
Similarities and Differences
There are many similarities between Vicodin and tramadol HCL as far as how they work to relieve pain, and their narcotic properties. However, one distinct difference is an additional active ingredient in tramadol that is not seen in Vicodin, or other narcotic painkillers. This is a selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor–SSRI. It is the active ingredient in many antidepressants such as Zoloft and Lexapro. SSRIs release serotonin and inhibit the re-uptake of norepinephrine. This subtype selectivity contributes to the controversy about how the drug should be classed. Anti-depressants are rarely prescribed with narcotic painkillers, yet tramadol is antidepressant and a synthetic narcotic combined in one drug. According to the U.S. Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration, tramadol is a “drug of concern.” This means it is under some scrutiny and may be reclassified as a controlled substance in the future. Tramadol creates an effect similar to that of codeine, while Vicodin’s effect is similar to that of morphine. Tramadol is available in an extended release form, but Vicodin is not.
The levels of stress, anxiety and depression, for individuals living in the world today, are considerably higher than levels experienced by members of previous generations. Anxiety, a completely normal human emotion, is regularly experienced by everyone on some scale. However, some people experience much higher levels of anxiety than others—which can have dramatic, negative effects on their quality of life. High levels of anxiety can lead to individuals experiencing anxiety and panic attacks, in some cases. Chemically treating individuals with unusually high levels of anxiety has become quite common.
Chemical treatment for patients dealing with an uncomfortable amount of anxiety is done through the use of prescription medications. One of the most common types of these medications, used for the treatment of anxiety related disorders, is called “Xanax.” The pharmaceutical name of Xanax is “Alprazolam.” Alprazolam is a benzodiazepine, and is closely related to diazepam (Valium) and lorazepam (Ativan). Alprazolam was first approved by the FDA in 1981. Xanax was originally approved for the effective treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD).
There have been uncountable advancements in science and psychiatric knowledge since 1981. So, consequently, Xanax has been identified as a very effective treatment method for many anxiety related disorders, including: GAD, agoraphobia, anxiety associated with depression, panic attacks and anxiety related insomnia. Xanax is an effective treatment for all of these disorders because it fundamentally acts as a central nervous system depressant. However, the exact mechanism affected by Xanax, in the brain, is still unknown. It is generally accepted by the scientific community that Xanax works by effectively enhancing the effects of the human body’s nervous system’s primary neurotransmitter GABA.
Xanax is an extremely effective treatment for anxiety related disorders. The onsets of alprazolam’s effects, when taken orally, are relatively fast—usually taking somewhere between twenty and forty minutes. This is what has made Xanax one of the most popular and frequently prescribed drugs in the United States. However, it is also a drug with very powerful addictive qualities. Regularly taking Xanax is very likely to cause some form of physical and psychological addiction. [keep this in mind should you decide to buy online]
Xanax is so widely prescribed because it is the best medication available to treat patients experiencing moderate to mild anxiety related symptoms, such as anxiety attacks and panic attacks. Xanax is extremely addictive, even for people who have been legally prescribed the drug from a doctor. Xanax is most commonly habit-forming when it is being used on a daily basis. If patients develop a physical addiction to Xanax, then suddenly stopping their daily use of the drug can be very dangerous. Patients, who suddenly stop taking Xanax— instead of gradually stopping by reducing their doses slowly—have been known to experience seizures, tremors, coma and sometimes even death.