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April 28, 2009


(Thanks to Larry Martell)


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this subject has gotten blown up out of proportion.

The picture implies that one would rub it on their chest. Seems like the wrong area to apply the lotion.

I want to know how much they paid the guy who had to test-rub it on a rat.

Ok..that hairy thing is gross. I don't want to KNOW what it is.

It rubs the lotion on the fore skin or else it doesn't get the hose again.

Does anyone want to volunteer to rub my problem area?Even without nanoparticles I'll bet it helps.

Is that a hairy chest or a hairy back?? It would have helped to include a more content-oriented picture ;)

Under the therapy, nanoparticles that release the anti-erectile chemical nitric oxide are rubbed on the problem area, and absorbed directly into the skin.

Wait, wait, wait - "anti-erectile"? Isn't that going in the wrong direction?

They could market it like "Head On". "Come On - apply directly to the ... "

For best results apply the topical ointment orally.

When applied this way couldn't the woman absorb some of it? Then what?

What the heck does that picture have to do with anything and why did I look at it so long trying to figure that out?

*SNORK* @ Larry!!!

For the man who doesn't want his hand to wait.

"...rubbed on the problem area"

These people are SO missing the point.

>>... Of the seven rats treated by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, five showed signs of arousal...<<

Well, there's a visual we'd all rather forget.

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