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June 29, 2011


AN NHS nurse is offering backstreet silicone ops to enhance men's privates - using a DIY sealant gun.

Headline: "Silicone Willy Con"

(Thanks to Chuck Cody)


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I do not offer this service.

There's a reason guys call them the jewels. They are perfect the way they are. Keep your silicone away from mine.

C*ck Caulk?

If you can't trust a guy with multiple piercings and a neck tattoo to jab your package with a grouting gun, just who the hell can you trust?

To see exactly what you were doing, wouldn't you wax first?

*snork* @ Layzee!

Boy, George Michael really has fallen on hard times.

What could possibly go wrong?

"The scrotum is very easy and it's just a case of hitting the best place."

But he admitted: "If it's done incorrectly you could inject silicone into the blood vessel and that would result in the patient being, well, dead."

WTFBBQ? Is this guy nuts (so to speak)?

No, no, no, no, no, no, no!!!

>The British Association of Aesthetic and Plastic Surgeons called on the Government to close the legal loophole allowing such ops.

Perhaps they could seal it shut.

Lesson in Irony - it would take serious cojones to do this. But then you wouldn't need this service, would you?

The thought of this dude approaching my privates...ew...they would probably shrivel up in fright.


I could see the demand for it though, especially in Britain.

I can see why some men might want to be better endowed. Not me, of course. But why would you want your scrotum to be larger than it naturally is?
I mean, there are times in life when it seems to have a target painted on it. Why make it easier to hit?

Why not use silly putty? Then you can twist and shout.

Annie sounds like she has first hand knowledge of British errrrrr well you know what.

Goodness gracious great balls of ...ow, ow, ow, ow, ow, ow.

The upside is that you will be able to touch up spots around the house yourself. Tomorrow I'm going to do the weather stripping on the front room windows.
(zips down)

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