I’m sharing three real-life stories today of guys who have grown because of the stem cell method of getting bigger.
These aren’t extraordinary men. They’re normal guys, like you and me.
And their stories aren’t unique among guys who have grown bigger. They’re ordinary stories from men who understand that stem cell growth will cause long-term growth…
The results speak for themselves. And perhaps you’d like to have a story similar to one of these.
‘I got divorced and knew something needed to change. I’d been stuck in a loveless marriage for years, but who was going to take me? I mean, I didn’t have much to offer, being overweight, balding and hardly a Don Juan in the bedroom!
‘I’ve always been on the small side and it’s bothered me since I was a teenager. Being 4.5 is hardly something to gloat about, and women obviously felt the same.
‘So I settled for a moderately attractive, moderately overweight girl who I made a trade with. You accept me with all my faults and drawbacks, and I’ll accept you with all of yours. And so a marriage was made and we settled into a life of little excitement.
‘Then she cheated on me with my drinking buddy and brother-in-law and I was out on my ass. I hadn’t flirted with a woman in over 14 years and I had the confidence of a death row inmate. I thought I’d be doomed.
‘Stem cell growth is the thing that enabled me to believe in myself, get hotter women, keep them interested after sex and overall made me a happier person. I am now above average at about 7.75 (inches).
‘Life is sweet these days and I have settled for a woman I’m far more attracted to, without having to compromise.’
‘All guys want to do at my age is screw. I’m a red-blooded guy and screwing is something I think about.
‘I got a bad reputation for screwing and it tampered with my screwing and it tampered with my mind, so I had to do something about it.
‘A quick search online led me to finding out about this ‘Remedy’, and boy am I glad it did…
‘I moved away from town and into the big city recently, leaving my ‘small man’ reputation behind (thank God!) and opening my eyes to the reality of having a big thing in the big, wide world.
‘Girls are going crazy for me because I finally got that porno package.’
‘Tom Candow is a genius for bringing the Remedy to the world. I grew up with testosterone deficiency in post-war America.
‘Everyone was happy where I lived. Yet I found out I had a problem when I was about 9. I was changing in the local pool and I noticed that all the other kids were way bigger than I was…
‘From that day, I realized I was different. I drew back, never being seen changing. And romantically, later on, I avoided sexual contact. In fact, I was a virgin until I was 24. In the swinging ’60’s that was a quite something.
‘And for decades I’ve shelled out money trying to get the problem fixed. Some things added a quarter inch or so. But when you start so small, such gains don’t exactly cause a rush of women.
‘I’ve been a bachelor for the longest time two. I was married for a few years a long time ago, but I vowed to lay off the women until they’d stop dreaming of being with other men.
‘My vow didn’t change until last year when out sprouted 3 & 1/2 inches. Now this doesn’t make me special or unique.
‘It has done something far greater than that. It’s made me ordinary. I’m just like every other man!!!
‘I’m proud to say that I’m average, instead of being a spectacle.
‘Going from clinically micro, to clinically average has filled me with joy. It’s a revelation.’
I don’t know your story. I don’t know what size you are, or what size you want to be. It’s up to you to fill in the blanks.
What I do know is if you want a happy ending, this is the best place to begin:
Take action and live the life you deserve,
m Shanti Om From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Om Shanti Om Om Shanti Om.jpg Theatrical release poster Directed by Farah Khan Screenplay by Mayur Puri Farah Khan Mushtaq Shiekh Story by Farah Khan Produced by Gauri Khan Starring Shah Rukh Khan Deepika Padukone Arjun Rampal Shreyas Talpade Kirron Kher Bindu Desai Cinematography V. Manikandan Edited by Shirish Kunder Music by Songs: Vishal–Shekhar Background Score: Sandeep Chowta Production company Red Chillies Entertainment Distributed by Eros International Release date 9 November 2007 (India) Running time 170 minutes Country India Language Hindi Budget ?50crore Box office ?215crore Om Shanti Om (transl. Om, Shanti, and Om) is a 2007 Indian Hindi-language romantic fantasy comedy film directed and co-written by Farah Khan with Mayur Puri and Mushtaq Shiekh. It stars Shah Rukh Khan as Om, a junior artist in 1977 who has a crush on a secretly married
superstar, played by Deepika Padukone in her Hindi film debut. Her lover, a producer played by Arjun Rampal, kills her in a fire; Om witnesses this and dies from the injuries sustained from trying to rescue her. Reincarnated as a superstar in 2007, he seeks to avenge his love. Om Shanti Om also starred Shreyas Talpade, Kirron Kher, Bindu Desai and Javed Sheikh in supporting roles, and saw cameos from many Bollywood celebrities in several sequences and songs. The film was produced and presented by Shah Rukh's wife Gauri Khan under the banner Red Chillies Entertainment on a budget of ?50 crore. Farah conceived Om Shanti Om while directing the musical Bombay Dreams (2002), which was based on the Indian film industry. After Shah Rukh rejected the first version of her next film Happy New Year, she was reminded of Om Shanti Om; the film's title derives from a similar titled popular song from the 1980 film Karz. The soundtrack album was composed by Vishal–Shekhar, with lyric
s written by Javed Akhtar. The background score was performed by Sandeep Chowta. The album received positive reviews and was also commercially successful, becoming the highest-selling album of the year in India. The film was theatrically released in India on 9 November 2007 during Diwali weekend, Om Shanti Om earned over ?215 crore worldwide becoming the highest grossing Bollywood film of the year; it received positive reviews, with praise for the performances and the film's narrative. The film won several awards in major Indian film award ceremonies. At 53rd Filmfare Awards, it received 12 nominations, winning for Best Female Debut and Best Special Effects, and also won the National Film Award for Best Producti