Male Enhancement and Debunking the Infomercial
Say the words “penis extension” and you’re gonna turn heads, often accompanied by an awkward pause or even a snicker.
Hey, male enhancement is about your penis. Don’t you remember how much fun you had as a kid talking about the penis? What’s funny when you’re ten is funny when you’re 50.
Of course, say these magic words and you also conjure images of spam emails, late night television and the infamous infomercial, which lends itself to satire and funny videos like this:
Take a minute to calm down if you’re like me and busted a gut laughing. Billy Mays and ExtenZe make a great combo!
That was awesome (and really goes to show you that some people have a whole lotta time on their hands!).
But you’re on this site for a reason. Chances are you’re here because you’re curious about male enhancement, either to make your penis bigger, to boost your performance, or both.
Unfortunately, the proliferation of infomercials and B-list celebs on late night TV pushing products ranging from penis extension to how to wash your car without water (Chuck Norris can do that, right?) don’t do favors to the image of male enhancement as a legitimate industry.
To be sure, there are scammers and shady operators out there looking to exploit the insecurities of guys who really need help where it counts. That’s one of the reasons I started this website, to discuss what’s real and what’s not, what works, and what’s a crock.
But know this: there are guys out there who need help. And for them, an effective, safe and real male enhancement method is a real answer. If it helps them feel like more of a man, then good on them.
You’ve heard the phrase “needle-dick” right? You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to figure out what that means. Them’s fightin’ words.
But I’m willing to bet a shiny new nickel you didn’t know that micro-penis, for us politically correct folks, is the term for a penis that’s two inches long or less when fully erect, and it affects almost nine million guys in the U.S. alone.
How many people do you encounter in a day, both in passing and in conversation? A few hundred maybe?
It probably wasn’t the first thing to pop into your mind, but on an average day you’re likely to encounter multiple guys with a penis that’s less than two inches long.
And that’s just penis enlargement. What about the performance related side of male enhancement? How many guys are having problems with their confidence, their relationships, their lives, because for whatever reason, they’re not performing?
My point is this. Male enhancement lends itself to fun and games. That video was bloody hilarious.
Just remember that it’s not all hoaxes and scams. Male enhancement also helps men. That’s what counts.